Manchester United are looking forward to picking three points in midweek encounter against Crystal Palace in Premier League fixture. Especially after coming from a 2-1 win against tough as well as defending champions Manchester City.
Having already signed Wout Weghorst from Burnely on loan in which he was at Besiktas on temporary basis as well. His now set for an appearance for red's against Palace if all goes well and according to Erik ten Hag plans.
We take a look into how a 4-3-3 formation for United could be a better approach for the visitors. In between the sticks we may still see David de Gea as well as a last line of defence having a well playing. Lisandro Martinez, Varane, Luke Shaw and England international Wan-Bissaka.
A midfield of Casemiro, Eriksen and Bruno to control the game as an attacking trio of Rashford, Weghorst and Antony could be an important selection. Meanwhile the Manchester United side are fourth on the table with 38 points after 18 matches.
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