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Crystal Palace vs Manchester United preview

Kick off: Saturday, 21 May @17:30 GMT

Venue: Wembley Stadium (London)

Live Stream: fuboTV (US), bet365 (non-US)

Head to Head record

Man utd vs Crystal Palace 2-0 (2015/2016 Premier League)
Crystal Palace vs Man utd 0-0 (2015/2016 Premier League)
Crystal Palace vs Man utd 1-2 (2014/2015 Premier League)
Man utd vs Crystal Palace 1-0 (2014/2015 Premier League)
Crystal Palace vs Man utd 0-2 (2013/2014 Premier League)

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United Team News

Alan Pardew rested a number of his first-team regulars in a 4-1 loss to Southampton, but he is going to field the best possible side against Manchester United. Joe Ledley failed to recover in time to face the Red Devils, but Wilfried Zaha is fit and he is likely to play against his former teammates on Saturday evening. Yohan Cabaye returns to the starting line-up after he was rested against Southampton.

Injured: Kwesi Appiah (0/0), Marouane Chamakh (2/0), Brede Hangeland (2/0)

Doubtful: None

Suspended: None

Marouane Fellaini returns from suspension and he is likely to be recalled to the starting line-up. Full back Matteo Darmian has overcome his injury and he is pushing for a start as well. Marcos Rojo is fit, but Luke Shaw and Bastian Schweinsteiger remain in the recovery room. Luke Shaw returned to training, but Saturday’s clash against Crystal Palace comes too early for him.

Injured: Luke Shaw (0/0), Bastian Schweinsteiger (2/0)

Doubtful: None

Suspended: None

Quick Facts

  • Crystal Palace failed to keep a clean sheet in previous six games
  • Eagles recorded their last win over Man Utd on 30 November, 2011 (League Cup)
  • Under 3.5 goals were scored in each of last eight meetings between the two teams
  • Manchester United are after their 12th FA Cup tittle
  • Crystal Palace made it to the FA Cup final in 1990, but they failed to win the trophy

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United Team News

Manchester United are desperate to save the season by winning the FA Cup trophy. As things stand now, Louis van Gaal is unlikely to stay in charge of the team, but the Dutch tactician will certainly give his best to help the Red Devils beat Crystal Palace in the Wembley Stadium clash. The Eagles have been struggling to find their form in 2016 and that is the main reason why I am tempted to put my money on the English giants this time out. In their last meeting in the FA Cup final (1990) Man Utd emerged triumphant.

Betting Tip: Manchester United to win

Odds: 1.70 (7/10) @BetVictor

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