Crystal Palace vs Man Utd LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, teams news for Premier League clash – latest updates – The Sun

CRYSTAL PALACE welcome Manchester United to Selhurst Park for a Thursday night Premier League showdown.

The Red Devils are hoping to continue their push for the Champions League places against a Palace side who have lost five top-flight matches on the spin.

  • Start time: 8.15pm BST
  • Venue: Selhurst Park
  • TV/Live stream FREE: BT Sport 1/BT Sport app, EE customers watch FREE

Follow all the latest updates from South East London below…



    The big news from United is Greenwood starts but also that Timothy Fosu-Mensah starts ahead of Diogo Dalot.

    Luke Shaw sits this one out with injury. Let's see what United fans make of that shall we…


    7 Meyer, 8 Kouyaté, 13 Hennessey, 15 Schlupp, 34 Kelly, 35 Woods, 39 Mitchell, 40 Pierrick, 44 Riedewald


    As usual, Palace will be relying on talisman Zaha to provide the magic against his old club. He'll play off Jordan Ayew up top.

    31 Guaita, 2 Ward, 6 Dann, 12 Sakho, 3 van Aanholt, 10 Townsend, 18 McArthur, 4 Milivojevic, 22 McCarthy, 11 Zaha, 9 J Ayew


    3 Bailly, 8 Mata, 14 Lingard, 17 Fred, 20 Dalot, 21 James, 22 Romero, 25 Ighalo, 31 Matic


    Big news then is that Greenwood starts, chance to get that record. 4-3-3 attacking as usual!

    1 De Gea, 29 Wan-Bissaka, 2 Lindelöf, 5 Maguire, 24 Fosu-Mensah, 39 McTominay, 6 Pogba, 26 Greenwood, 18 Bruno Fernandes, 10 Rashford, 9 Martial


    Will Mason Greenwood shake off an ankle knock and aim to equal a club goal record?

    How will Roy Hodgson freshen up his out-of-form Eagles?

    We will know in TEN MINUTES.


    Manchester United will be hoping to keep their hopes of bagging a Champions League spot alive as they travel to take on out-of-form Crystal Palace.

    All eyes will be on Mason Greenwood as he seeks to equal a club record of 17 goals scored by a teenager in a season.

    He will join some illustrious company if he nets tonight – alongside George Best, Brian Kidd and Wayne Rooney.

    He is expected to shake off an ankle knock – but Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams might not be so lucky with their injuries.

    United are unbeaten in 18 matches in all competitions, and few would bet against that continuing at Selhurst Park.

    Palace have struggled since the restart, and have lost their last five Prem games.

    Reaching that magical 40-point mark seems to have many Eagles players resting on their laurels – which will not please experienced gaffer Roy Hodgson.

    They will be missing Christian Benteke through suspension and Gary Cahill through injury.

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