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Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Preview, Odds and Injury updates

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Manchester United will hope to use their extra week of rest to get all three points and make home advantage count against Crystal Palace
Manchester United will host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in their first game of the 2020-21 Premier League season on Saturday 19th September, 2020.
5:30pm Nigerian Time

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Latest Odds
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be eager to get the season off in the best possible way with little room for error and are priced at (1.35) with bet9ja to win on their turf.

Roy Hodgson’s men, meanwhile, claimed a famous 2-1 win at the Theatre of Dreams last season and any chance of that happening again comes in at massive odds of (9.00).
The game ending all square is quoted at (5.35).

Who will play? And who is missing out?
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Team News:

Centre-backs Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe are the only certain absentees for the Red Devils ahead of their season opener.

The Eagles will do without Gary Cahill (thigh injury), Nathan Ferguson (knee injury), James Tomkins (thigh injury), Connor Wickham and Patrick van Aanholt (shoulder injury).

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Preview:
Manchester United have won their opening Premier League fixture more often than any other side in the competition (19), though this is the first time their season opener has not taken place on the opening weekend.

Crystal Palace have never previously won back-to-back league trips to Manchester United - only six sides have won away at Old Trafford in consecutive Premier League seasons – Man City (three in a row on two occasions), Bolton, Liverpool, Southampton, Tottenham and West Brom.

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Tips and Predictions:
The Red Devils are unbeaten in their last 14 league matches (W9 D5), keeping clean sheets in eight of them. Banking on Palace not going past the Red Devils defence is offered at (1.96).
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