Crystal Palace vs Man United

During Crystal Palace's march to 28th round of the Premier League, the problem that caused Solskjaer coach the most headache was the current chipping force of MU. Specifically, MU will lose up to 10 players in this round. Matteo Darmian is not ready yet, Marcus Rashford is still injured, Phil Jones is ill, Anthony Martial is still unable to take a risk while Jesse Lingard, Ander Herrera, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Marcos Rojo also do not have many opportunities to shove their shoes. the yard. In this context, the young strikers will be summoned by coach Solskjaer to the first team to confront Crystal Palace in this round.

Achievement of MU is still very good under the guidance of coach Solskjaer. The 0-0 draw against Liverpool in the last round has extended MU's unbeaten run in the domestic league to 10. Currently, the Reds are ranked 5th in the league, less than the fourth ranked Arsenal 1. 2 points and more than Chelsea but the Blues have 1 match. Thus, in order to regain the top 4 position, MU needs the scores in the rest of the season.

Amidst the trauma, MU had an unpredictable march to meet Crystal Palace. The home side are in good shape with 6 consecutive unbeaten matches. However, it should be objective that their generals are not appreciated. Those are the deepest teams at the bottom of the league like Southampton or Fulham or a Leicester who are no longer themselves. After 27 rounds, Selhurst Park host team earned 30 points and ranked 13th in the rankings, 6 points behind the red light group. 

In this round, Crystal Palace will play in the home, where they only lost 2 in their last 7 matches. However, MU is not a comfortable opponent for them. In the past, MU had never lost to Crystal Palace in the last 16 meetings. The last time they met was in the first leg, Crystal Palace held a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford before a MU was deep in crisis. This time again, MU has molested and returned to himself, however, they will come out with the strongest squad and this is the chance for Crystal Palace to retain their points.

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