Money Line: -161.00 Chelsea (Home)
Chelsea sits top of the table in the Premier League, and they host a mediocre Manchester United squad Sunday. The Red Devils have themselves a new manager, and perhaps Ralf Rangnick can turn things around at Old Trafford. Don't expect it to happen overnight, and in the mean time they are likely to continue to struggle. The Blues have only conceded four goals this season, posting four clean sheets in their last five matches in all competitions. Manchester United has been embarrassed by top teams this year, losing to Liverpool and City by a combined score of 7-0. They will do well to avoid another embarrassment here at Stamford Bridge.