'This Weekend MU Face toughest test'

‘This Weekend MU Face toughest test’

'This Weekend MU Face toughest test'

Manchester – Manchester United are stringing series of victories which also listed the top row of tough teams. Now MU assessed faced its toughest test by visiting Chelsea.

MU is currently undergoing a series of six wins in the Premier League – albeit briefly interrupted by the defeat in the FA Cup. Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, and Manchester City became victims MU continues to creep up in the Premier League standings board.

However, the performance is okay The Red Devils will now be tested when faced standings waiting Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday (04/18/2015) night.

According to Gary Neville, the former Manchester United player who has now become an observer and commentator, it will be a big test for Louis van Gaal’s troops, especially Chelsea will be performed at home.

“The test is against Liverpool and the City,” said Neville told Press Association Sport and told the Manchester Evening News.

“This is the next exam. They have proved themselves, but there the next best team in the country and went to Stamford Bridge is the toughest test.”

“Appearances United in the last month has been so remarkable, even in any season. Forget the fact that this season they will not win the league, but at any rate season games they already show has become a high standard,” he continued.

At the beginning of the season Manchester United had limped after just one win, two draws and two defeats in five Premier League games early. However, Neville is now confident in the top four will be able to be secured.

“Due to the situation of Louis van Gaal could always change their formation by lowering the different players in different systems. In the past four weeks he continued to use 4-3-3. Formation that has been running very well and the players looked comfortable in the system,” Neville said.

“At the beginning of the season he said the team will get better, because it is always better, and he kept his word. He said they would get in the Champions League and I think he will also be true in that regard,” he added.
(Krs / rin)