Premier League: Manchester United Vs Crystal Palace Match Preview, Line Up, Match Info

Manchester United Will Look To Make It Three Wins From Their Opening 




Three Pre-season Games When They Take On Premier League Side Crystal Palace On Tuesday.

The Red Devils Have Beaten Liverpool And Melbourne Victory In Their Two Warm-up Games This Summer, While Palace Go Into This Game On The Back Of A 2-0 Loss To Liverpool In Singapore On Friday.

Man United Opened Their 2022-23 Campaign With A 4-0 Win Over Liverpool Last Tuesday, Followed It Up Three Days Later With A 4-1 Win Over Melbourne Victory And Now Have Two More Games In Australia Against Premier League Side Palace. And Aston Villa. Head Coach Erik Ten Hag Can't Get Too Carried Away With Two Pre-season Successes, But There Were Plenty Of Positive Signs And It's Pleasing That The Team Managed To Score Eight Goals In The Absence Of Cristiano Ronaldo. New Management Team.

Anthony Martial Has Now Scored In Back-to-back Matches, While New Signing Tyrell Malacia Has Impressed At Left-back And The Red Devils Will Now Complete Their Tour Against Palace And Villa Before Returning To Europe For Friendlies Against Atletico Madrid And Rayo Vallecano. .

Man United Then Kick Off Their 2022-23 Premier League Campaign 

At Home To Brighton & Hove Albion On August 7 And The Ten Hag Will Be Hoping To Have A Few More New Signings On Board By Then.

Christian Eriksen Was Confirmed As The Team's Second Signing Of The Summer On Friday, While A Deal For Ajax's Lisandro Martinez Is Said To Be On The Verge Of Being Approved, But Neither Player Will Join The Team In Australia And May Make Their Debuts Instead. Against Atlético Or Rayo. Palace, Meanwhile, Played Four Friendlies This Summer, Drawing With Accrington Stanley And Beating Millwall, Before Suffering A 2-0 Defeat At Liverpool On Friday In The Opening Game Of Their Pre-season Tour.

Jordan Henderson And Mohamed Salah Were On The Scoresheet For The Reds, But It's Hard To Read Too Much Into The Defeat As The Eagles Made The Trip To Australia Without A Number Of Key Players. Marc Guehi, Wilfried Zaha, Eberechi Eze, Michael Olise, Christian Benteke, Will Hughes And Cheikhou Kouyate Are Among The Individuals Who Did Not Make The Trip Due To Fitness And Visa Issues, Meaning The Premier League Outfit Only Have 10 Senior Players Available . Visitation.

Most Of Those Left Behind Were Actually In Action Against Ipswich Town On Saturday, With Benteke On The Scoresheet In The 4-2 Win, So It's Been A Tough Pre-season For Head Coach Patrick Vieira. The Team Will Be Together Until The End Of The Month. Palace, Who Have Signed Three New Players During The Current Window, Bringing In Cheick Doucoure, Sam Johnstone And Malcolm Ebiowei, Prepare For Their Premier League Opener Against Arsenal On August 5 And The Capital Will Be Looking To Improve On Last Year's 12th. - A Place In The English Top Flight.

Man United Were Without David De Gea And Raphael Varane For The Clash With Melbourne Victory, But Both Players Are Expected To Be Available For The Match Against Palace. The Hags Have Made Big Changes At The Break In Both Of The Team's Pre-season Games So Far And Are Expected To Do So Again This Time Around, With A Familiar Xi Taking The Field At The First Whistle.

Marcus Rashford Could Return For Anthony Elanga, While Jadon Sancho And Martial Are Expected To Feature In The Final Third On Tuesday.

Donny Van De Beek And Malacia Are Perhaps The Two Players Most Likely To Establish Themselves In The Starting Side, But Luke Shaw Should Keep His Place At Left-back, While Bruno Fernandes Should Continue As A No.10.

Neither Hannibal Mejbri Nor Alejandro Garnacho Have Yet Appeared On The Tour, While James Garner, Who Impressed On Loan At Nottingham Forest Last Season, Is Unavailable Through Injury.
As For Palace, Midfielders Jesurun Rak-sakyi And Killian Phillips Were Both In The Starting Line-up Against Liverpool And The Pair Could Get Another Chance To Impress Here. However, Vicente Guaita, Joachim Andersen, Nathaniel Clyne, Tyrick Mitchell, Joel Ward And Luka Milivojevic Are All Expected To Start Again, With Vieira Using His Senior Players From The First Whistle.

Meanwhile, Jean-philippe Mateta, Odsonne Edouard And Jordan Ayew Started As A Front Three Against Liverpool And Are Expected To Do The Same In This Match.

A Host Of Youngsters Will Again Have A Chance To Impress, Including Ebiowei, Who Recently Came Off The Bench Against Jurgen Klopp In Derby.


Manchester United possible starting lineup:
De Gea; Dalot, Maguire, Varane, Shaw; McTominay, Fred; Rashford, Fernandes, Sancho; Martial

Crystal Palace possible starting lineup:
Guaita; Clyne, Andersen, Ward, Mitchell; Rak-Sakyi, Milivojevic, Phillips; J Ayew, Mateta, Edouard

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