After Thursday’s thumping of Fenerbahce, Manchester United’s focus turns to Chelsea. You can bet Jose Mourinho has been daydreaming of this day from the moment he started jockeying for a new Premier League job; leading a team onto the Stamford Bridge pitch to face his former club. Two years ago, Mourinho was leading Chelsea to the Premier League title. He didn’t last the next season, as a run of shocking results motivated Chelsea to cut ties with its “Special One”. Joe Prince-Wright is here with another PST Extra, breaking down Sunday’s big match between Mourinho’s Red Devils and Antonio Conte‘s Blues at 11 a.m. ET.
T’s are crossed and i’s dotted on Neymar’s new contract, keeping him at the club through the 2020-21 season. Neymar, 24, will make his 100th La Liga appearance with his next step onto the pitch. Lionel Messi’s deal runs through 2017-18, and Luis Suarez’s goes through 2018-19. He’s scored 59 goals in league play, and has 91 total when you include all 150 of his matches in a Barca kit. Neymar is on a similar scoring rate to last season, when he netted 31 times. The Brazilian also has 49 international goals in 73 caps.
Chelsea Unseen is back for week 11. Let's hope Chelsea's YouTube channel don't pull the same shenanigans a couple weeks ago, when they removed the original upload of the video, only to re-upload it a couple days later. In any case, this one starts on a rather unsavory note with a slow motion replay of a juicy sneeze by Chelsea TV commentator and presenter Ben Andrews, but then it improves thanks to a visit from pro golfer Justin Rose (preparing John Terry for a future career?) and a few clips of Marcos Alonso and David Luiz working with Chelsea Foundation and having fun with a few young visitors to the training ground. Can David Luiz get any more adorable? Alonso also talked to the official