During today's presser manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claimed Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Phil Jones are still unavailable for selection by Manchester United and won't be involved in tomorrow's match against Crystal Palace.
Additionally, Solskjaer added that Edinson Cavani trained this morning and hopefully there is no reaction. There are another couple of knocks that they have to look at, from after the [Chelsea].
Manchester United have been handed a big boost ahead of their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace. The eagles will be missing the services of their key player Wilfried Zaha, Nathaniel Clyne, Mamadou Sakho, James Tomkins, Nathan Ferguson, James McArthur, Jeffrey Schlupp and Connor Wickham. Hopefully United will revenge their 3-1 defeat at their hands the last time they meet.
Also, the boss commented on the penalty incident against Chelsea. The Norwegian claimed that's water under the bridge and they have to move on. He understands it is a high pressure situation and they have to accept them.
And finally, Solskjaer noted the refs have a difficult enough job without extra pressure, so we should leave them to make as many good decisions as they can.
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