In light of Man United's unique ability to throw away a three goal lead at home, this thread needed a bump.
Having said all that, it's amazing how spectacularly wrong I was in my last post.
United went out to Bayern (hilariously) and lost to Chelsea at Old Trafford. It's all up in the air now. How will Arsenal react to the Messi show? Is it a good thing or a bad thing for the next league game to be the big north London derby? Spurs are a vastly better side under Redknapp.
Meanwhile, how will United deal with the week from hell? Especially without the services of Wayne Rooney, for however long he's out for. We know he's missing the Blackburn game but there's a hint he could miss the Manchester derby. This season that'll be a tougher game than usual.
Chelsea, on the other hand, have no such issues. But a lot could yet hinge on their FA Cup semi. Do they rest players or go for it with a full strength side? Could they suffer some shock injuries?