4-2-3-1: Man Utd’s strongest possible XI vs Palace without Ronaldo

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Manchester United will face Crystal Palace in the final game of the season knowing that a win is needed to guarantee Europa League qualification for the next campaign.

As far as the team news is concerned, unfortunately, star striker, Cristiano Ronaldo, will not take part against the Eagles due to injury (The Athletic).

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In such a scenario, we can expect Uruguayan international, Edinson Cavani, to start as the main center forward up-front. The South American will be out of contract next month, so, this might be his last game for the Red Devils.

Behind Cavani, Bruno Fernandes could feature in the No.10 role. On the other hand, the likes of Rashford and Elanga may start in the wide attacking positions.

In the center of the park, Fred could return in place of Matic to partner Scott McTominay. Matic has already confirmed that he will be leaving the club this summer.

At the back, Wan-Bissaka could replace Dalot to start in the right-back role. Shaw should be out for personal reasons, so, Telles would likely feature in the left-back position.

Harry Maguire started the last game on the bench. The England international may return to partner Varane in the central defense in front of La Roja goalie, David De Gea.

Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Palace without Ronaldo:

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