Crystal Palace will welcome Manchester United tonight at Selhurst Park in a Premier League clash which is highly anticipated between the two sides. United are expected to win the match which will see them getting closer to the leaders' Man City hopeful they can overturn the season and win the title.
Despite the match being a must-win for Ole Gunnar it won't be an easy one considering they lost the first match of the season to the Roy Hodgson men at Old Trafford. Ole Gunnar who said today that the team need to be patient if they want to beat Crystal Palace might extend his incredible unbeaten record in away Premier League games to 21 games tonight.
Ole Gunnar has said he is hopeful the Red Devils will be back to winning ways after his match with the Blues ending in a draw. "Playing against Palace is not an easy match, they have good forwards who can beat on counterattacks and set-piece", he said.
"They have experienced players who are game-changers as we saw in our first meeting where they beat us in counter-attacks and if we won't be careful they might repeat this and we might end up losing the three points".
If Ole Gunnar will get the win today he will be 12 points behind Pep Guardiola. His main striker Edison Cavani will be back tonight and he will play a big part in helping United get the win. Since he got injured United have been struggling in front of goals and they could have beat their rivals on Sunday if he was available.
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