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Man United Vs Crystal Palace Kick-Off Time, Venue, Standings, Stats, Possible Lineup, and Prediction

Manchester United will host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Sunday at 5 pm East African time. The club will be full of confidence after coming from a goal down to win 3-2 against Arsenal last night.

Premier League Standings

Manchester United earned three points last night against Arsenal. Currently, they are in the seventh position with 21 points with a zero goal difference. On the other hand, Crystal Palace is eleventh in the league table with 16 points with a goal difference of negative one.


Manchester United has faced Crystal Palace 24 times and managed to record 17 wins. On the other hand, Crystal Palace has only managed to win two matches against the Reds and drew five matches. Last season, Manchester United lost to place in the opening fixture is the season. The return match which was played at Selhurst stadium finished goalless.

Possible Manchester United lineup

Ralf Rangnick is likely going to retain the last starting lineup that was used by Michael Carrick. However, he is going to switch to a 4-3-3 formation instead of a 4-2-3-1 formation which the club has been using since Ole Gunnar took over. Here is the possible starting lineup.

Front three

Marcus Rashford, Jordan Sancho, and Cristiano Ronald will retain their positions in the starting lineup. They produced a fantastic performance last night.


Bruno Fernandes, Scott McToninay, and Fred will control the midfield. The latter will retain his position despite committing several errors in the first half against Arsenal.


Manchester United Captain Harry Maguire will lead the back four. He showcased confidence with the ball after returning from suspension. He will be supported by Alex Tells, Diego Dalot, and Victor Lindelof.


As usual, David De Gea will start in between the sticks. The Spaniard has been instrumental for the club and has already made 46 saves so far this season.


Manchester United is unbeaten in the last two Premier League matches and while Palace has lost their last two matches against Leeds United and Aston Villa.

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