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Full-time: Manchester United 0 Chelsea 0.
Final Chelsea change - Azpilicueta ON, Hazard OFF.
A second Chelsea change - Mikel ON, Schurrle OFF.
Ten minutes left - can we find a winner? United are 9/2 with Sky Bet, Chelsea are 13/2.
Torres is the second player booked by Atkinson tonight, for a foul on Cleverley.
2nd United change - Giggs ON, Welbeck OFF.
Chelsea are 4/1 with Sky Bet to win this in the live in-play betting market. United are 9/4, and the draw is 4/5.
Midway through the 2nd half, Rohaan Mohanty emails in to say: 'Can Torres prove it to Mourinho that he is a big match player and score against United?'
First United substitution - Ashley Young ON, Valencia OFF.
First change, and it's for Chelsea - Torres ON, De Bruyne OFF.
Time for some Blues opinions. First up, it's Ryan on email: 'I still think that Chelsea need a striker on the pitch. And to fit the playing style of us, and the opposition, I have to say that it's got to be Ba. I hate to say it... ' On Twitter, @charliehardma and @Awabomar both want to see Torres come on.
Some views from Twitter on Martin Atkinson's officiating. @JoseffJBSmith says: 'I think the ref is letting the players engage in physical play. It hasn't gotten out of control...yet.' Meanwhile, @jlewis_design wants to know: 'Why no yellow for Valencia's challenge? Then they give De Bruyne a yellow for not so harsh tackle! Shocking decision.'
United fan Barry from South Carolina emails in with some advice for David Moyes: 'We need to take off Welbeck and Valencia and put on Anderson and Kagawa. Put Kagawa in the hole behind Rooney and Van Persie and have a central three of Carrick, Cleverley and Anderson. Wish we had Zaha and Januzaj on the bench.'
And De Bruyne becomes the first player booked as he tangles with Van Persie on the touchline. The Belgian comes off far worse though, and is left with a bloody lip.
Darryl from Blackburn emails in to say: 'Chelsea clearly missing someone to hold it up. So many balls going forward and into space where no one is. I think Torres would make a big difference.'
One last bit of feedback before kick-off, from Chris Green on email: 'I'm mighty relieved to have found out that Rooney is in the starting line-up for this evening's match - if he had been left on the bench, I think he could have been heading for the United exit door, but because he's starting, I think Chelsea's hopes of signing him are definitely over.'
A good point on email from Akogwu Austine: 'Good line-up by Jose Mourinho, but he should beware it could backfire as Di Matteo's against Juventus.' That match he's referring to is the 3-0 defeat at Juve last November that cost RDM his job - he didn't choose an out-and-out striker either, going for Mata, Hazard and Oscar in attack. But Akogwu adds: 'Even at that, I reckon 3-0 Chelsea win!'
That brings us on nicely to the match betting. A lot of you are getting involved in Sky Bet's tempting 11/2 boosted odds for Robin van Persie to score the first goal. Anything else caught your eye? Let me know. As for the straightforward stuff, United are 13/10, Chelsea are 9/4 and the draw is 23/10.
As for those of you backing the hosts, @teazle007 on Twitter says: 'I am predicting a win for Man U! Chelsea midfield does not look strong enough.' Meanwhile, on email, James Cutting is very specific and writes: 'Seeing as Rooney is starting, I'm going for Rooney score first and United win 3-2 @ 250/1.'
Time for some more of your predictions. First up is @axionazure on Twitter from Brazil: 'Dangerous long range finishers in De Bruyne and Schurrle. I put my money on a dramatic 2-1 late winner for the Blues.' Ryan Webster on email has gone for the same scoreline but adds: 'I think that they should have Lukaku up front because he was electric at the last match of the season for WBA when he got a hat-trick against Man Utd.'
Jeremiah I on email thinks he knows why Mourinho has left out his centre-forwards: 'Don't like what Jose is doing here with this team - clearly playing with no strikers as a statement to Rooney to come and fill the void!'
Ben Gleeson is watching in Cardiff and he's emailed in to say: 'The main thing that stands out to me is how slow the Chelsea back four looks without David Luiz or Azpilicueta. Yes, Ivanovic, Cahill and Terry are brilliant defenders but they can all be turned by a quick player like Welbeck or Valencia. Chelsea might be caused some problems there. The front four of Chelsea really excites me though, I hope the lack of playing time together won't cause them to seem disjointed.' Ben's predicting a 2-1 home win - anyone agree with him?
Reaction is coming in from you now on the somewhat surprising team news. Liam Mortell on email says: 'I don't like to see Mata on the bench - but Chelsea have the skill and ability to win.'
First tweet of the night from @MattydBWFC: 'Neutral supporter! However I think Chelsea will steal this 1-0. Looks like a defensive line-up, I can see them hitting on the break.'
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