Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince is looking forward to the FA Cup game between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
The former Red Devils captain believes this fixture will be much tougher than the 4-0 bashing United suffered early in the season.
“This one could be a huge game,” Ince told Paddy Power. “When I think of this game, it brings back memories to me of when we played them in the 1994 FA Cup Final.
“These are tough games that are tests for all of the players. They’re not always thrilling games either. They’re hard games to play, that aren’t always ‘total football’ matches.
“Both teams will be set up to get a result, and that doesn’t always mean it’s the best game to watch.
“Chelsea are clearly in a much better place than United at the moment, but Mourinho’s side are in a much different place and mind set than they were back in October.
“They’re playing against a United side that have their confidence back, they want to play attacking football and they will want their revenge for that game.
“Missing Zlatan will be a huge blow, but that’s not to say United don’t have options. They shouldn’t be underestimated.”