After a goalless draw against Chelsea, Manchester united take are in action today away from home to face Crystal Palace. The match was rearranged to take place thus week United qualified for quarter finals in the Emirates FA cup which will take place on 21st against Leicester Fc.
The Red Devils will be hoping yo be back on scoring form, having failed to score in the last two consecutive matches. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided the latest team news ahead of Manchester United's Premier League contest at Crystal Palace, including an update on Edinson Cavani's availability.
Cavani has been out of action since the draw at West Brom last month, however he has recovered and has been training with the first team squad. He is hoped to be back for the Selhurst Park clash
“Edi has trained this morning and hopefully there is no reaction,” Ole revealed to club media. “There are another couple of knocks that we have to look at, from after the [Chelsea] game, and from the season's wear and tear"
The Manchester United forward has failed yo score in the last two matches, so we hope with Cavani's availability, they will be on scoring gorm.
Here is a possible starting lineup that could send Crystal Palace parking.
De Gea, Shaw, Lindelof, Maguire, Bissaka, Fred, Tominay, Bruno, Rashford, Cavani, James.
With this starting lineup, united will be aiming to extend it's unbeaten record away from home to 20 matches.
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