But despite the early dominance of Chelsea in the Premier League Manchester United players and staff remain confident they can get a result this weekend.
United crave big games like this one, as does new boss Louis van Gaal, who will get to pit his wits against former protege Jose Mourinho.
The likes of Rafael, Marouane Fellaini, Phil Jones and many more have all been speaking about the game this week - suggesting they have what it takes to take down the undefeated Chelsea side on Sunday.
The club have also been boosted by the fact that injury doubts Angel Di Maria and Ander Herrera both trained this week and will be fit to play on Sunday.
One of them is clearly up for it.
Herrera is loving life in his first Premier League season, often taking to Twitter to express his thoughts with the Manchester United fans.
He did so earlier today, showing his excitement for the upcoming game with Chelsea...