At the start of the season, the Premier League title race was thought to be between Manchester United and Manchester City, but now, it is safe to say United are out of the title race but they are looking to end the season as runners up.
Man United take on capital rivals Chelsea at the Theatre of Dream tomorrow and Mourinho will be looking to prove a point to Conte after he side was thumped by the Blues in the November fixture. United have endured an indifferent form recently but they have maintained the best defensive record in the League this season.
Mourinho has received tongue-lashes for his football ideology that sees his team defend too deeply but while coming-off any game with a win is the goal, the fans of the Red Devils will be looking forward to a more commanding performance by the side.
Meanwhile, United are currently three points ahead of Chelsea on the League table and they will not want to slip from the second spot.
MAN UTD INJURIES
Ander Herrera sustained a muscle injury injury which saw him withdrawn before the 17th minutes mark during United Champions League game against Sevilla this week. Fellaini remains the only long term absentee after undergoing surgery – the Belgian is expected to be back at the end of March.