Manchester United's Dutch manager Louis van Gaal arrives for the English Premier League football match between Stoke City and Manchester United at the Britannia Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, central England on December 26, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PAUL ELLIS
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Manchester United's under-performing players approach Monday's home game with Chelsea not knowing whether besieged manager Louis van Gaal will still be in the dug-out when they take to the field.Chelsea dispensed with their own manager last week, Jose Mourinho paying the price for a calamitous start to the season, and the Portuguese is the favorite to take over at United in the event that Van Gaal departs.Whatever fate befalls Van Gaal, there is guaranteed to be at least one sexagenarian Dutch coach in attendance at Old Trafford after Guus Hiddink's appointment as interim manager at Chelsea.Diego Costa scored twice to earn Chelsea a point – book-ending goals from Watford strikers Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo – but will miss Monday's game through suspension.Manuel Pellegrini's side will be without captain Vincent Kompany, who aggravated a calf injury against Sunderland, but striker Sergio Aguero is likely to start after being rested.
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