Despite an attacking mindset, Chelsea currently finds themselves in 11th place in the Premier League. Mauricio Pochettino believes that they should be fourth in the league according to expected goals per match. However, with their recent draw against Burnley, they moved up to fourth place, having a total of two expected goals.

Their next opponents, Manchester United, are struggling defensively and have conceded an average of 17.2 shots per game – second worst in the league. Moreover, their expected goals against is also high, ranking them fifth in the league. While United’s league position may not reflect their poor defensive performance, Chelsea’s position at the bottom of the table does not reflect the chances they create during matches.

Pochettino’s attacking force will come up against Ten Haag’s defensive line-up when Chelsea faces Manchester United at Stamford Bridge. It remains to be seen which side will come out on top in this exciting encounter between two teams with contrasting playing styles.

By Samantha Johnson

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