The Red Devils will welcome the defending Premier League champions to Old Trafford looking to return to winning ways in the English top flight.
I told you before I'm not going to speak about it.
Naturally, you could never argue that McTominay was a more talented player than Pogba.
Pogba was left on the bench by Jose Mourinho for United's Champions League match against Sevilla after the midfielder previously claimed he was too sick to start last weekend's FA Cup clash at Huddersfield.
Conte's response was to label Mourinho a "little man" and "fake" by also delving into the Portuguese's past.
Tomorrow will be the fifth time Mourinho has led United into battle with Chelsea and the first since an intense public exchange with counterpart Conte.
Meanwhile, Mourinho has hailed Pogba's professionalism amid reports of rising hostility between them. Conte was later cleared of wrongdoing in court. Pogba and Mourinho both have big egos, but one of them is going to have to relent for the good of the club.
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'In the past, both of us said things, ' said the Chelsea manager, at the training ground in Surrey, on Friday. "For me, it's OK", said Conte.
Asked if he meant to shake Mourinho's hand this weekend, Conte replied: "I'm not interested in this. I'm not interested in this".
Manchester United have lost two of their last three Premier League games following disappointing losses at Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur.
"It was suggested that Jose Mourinho wouldn't give young players a chance but to leave out your record signing and play a kid from your academy in one of his first big games, I would say, is just an incredible show of faith".
"We must pay great attention". Meanwhile, Jones has made an impressive 121 clearances and Smalling 111, with Chelsea's Rudiger and Andreas Christensen on 73 and 72 respectively.
Conte stated that his players can draw inspiration from their performance against Barcelona in Tuesday's Champions League which ended 1-1.
They have won only four of their 16 league matches under Mourinho against the other established top-six teams (D5, L7), scoring only 12 goals and conceding 18.
"United are always unsafe". Always unsafe, because their squad is very strong.