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After a convincing performance on the opening day at the Liberty, United could into Monday's clash with Chelsea with an unchanged lineup as David Moyes looks to claim another three points. Wayne Rooney could force his way into the lineup after laying on two goals on his introduction from the bench although Moyes will be reluctant to break up the partnership of Danny Welbeck and Robin Van Persie after they earned a brace apiece against the Swans. Rooney could be given a flank role, however, with Ryan Giggs making way.
Chelsea's only concern is David Luiz, who is a doubt to feature due to a hamstring injury. Mourinho has started with Fernando Torres and Demba Ba as the lone striker against Hull and Villa respectively, but Romelu Lukaku may come into contention after emerging from the subs bench in each of the last two.