MANCHESTER UNITED’S horrific Premier League season has been laid bare ahead of tomorrow’s crunch clash against Chelsea.
Ralf Rangnick’s Red Devils are in a desperate fight to save their campaign by finishing in the top four.
However, United are six points off fourth-place Arsenal – having played a game MORE.
And this term’s miserable stats make for damning reading ahead of Chelsea's visit.
The Old Trafford side have taken just 54 points so far this season.
That’s their lowest total after 34 games in ANY Premier League campaign.
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Just 15 of those 34 matches have been wins.
And that too is the fewest at this stage of a Premier League season.
As for goals conceded, the Red Devils are setting unwanted records there as well.
That’s because the 51 strikes they’ve shipped is the most they’ve let in after 34 Prem games.
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It’s not much better with goals scored too, with the numbers sure to concern inbound gaffer Erik ten Hag.
United have found the target just 53 times so far.
That’s just two more than they managed by this stage in the 2016/17 and 1992/93 seasons.
And it’s a fair bit better than the miserly 42 United scored in 2015/16.
However, things still get worse for the Red Devils.
They’ve lost ten of their 34 Prem games so far this term.
And that’s just one away from the record 11 defeats they suffered during the 2013/14 term.
Tomorrow’s game at the Theatre of Dreams won’t prove to be any easier either.
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Chelsea are looking to wrap up third place in the table after bouncing back from defeat to Arsenal with a narrow win over West Ham on Sunday.
And no side has beaten United more times in the Premier League era, with Chelsea inflicting 18 defeats on their rivals.
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