Manchester United and Chelsea (photo) will play in the Champions League final in Moscow on May 21. It is expected to be a perfect time for Chelsea's billionaire Russian owner Roman Abranmovich.
Both teams hold a press conference before their respective trainning session. This won't be a platform for tactical surprise so expect something similar to what football fans have seen at Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge this season -both teams tight at the back and pushing forward in numbers when they get the chance.
"An all-English final. I think everyone's looking forward to it," Chelsea captain John Terry said. "They have been very good in the league. Also we matched them the other week and managed to beat them here. All in all, they're playing very well. I think we're at the top of our game so it's going to be a very tough game."
Manchester United has a 65-41 record against Chelsea with 44 draws. But the last time they met in a final, Chelsea edged United 1-0 in last season's FA Cup at Wembley