Manchester United will go with an inexperienced pairing in the central defense as they square off against Chelsea for the second time in four days at Stamford Bridge. If the Chelsea attack isn't looking at the United back line like a starving man looks at a buffet line, I'd be shocked.
Roberto Di Matteo has made a few changes from his lineup on Sunday. Regular starters Petr Cech, Gary Cahill, David Luiz and Juan Mata are joined by some familiar names and a couple youngsters like 21-year old Oriol Romeu and 18-year-old Lucas Piazón.
On the other hand, Sir Alex Ferguson has overturned 10 of the 11 players in his lineup with defender Rafael the only hold over from the weekend. He starts two young defender in the middle as Michael Keane and Scott Wooton team up to face what is still a formidable Chelsea attack. United look a bit more familiar in the midfield and attack with plenty of familiar faces including Ryan Giggs and Chicharito.