Manchester United only got a single point against Wolves on Monday night and the Red Devils will be looking to get back to winning ways when they face Crystal Palace at Old Trafford tomorrow.
The Eagles have only got a single point from their opening two league games and not to forget, in the last contest, they lost to newly promoted Sheffield United.
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As far as Solskjaer’s team news is concerned, we can expect two changes in the squad that started vs Wolves in the last fixture.
James, who scored on his debut, failed to impress in his first start for the club and in his place, veteran Juan Mata could return to start on the right wing.
Lingard started in the central attacking midfield role against Wolverhampton and in his place, Pereira, who provided an assist in the opening game, should return to the starting XI.
Rashford should retain his place on the left wing and Martial, who has so far netted two goals in as many PL appearances, should start as the lone center forward up front.
Pogba missed a penalty in the last game and in turn United failed to earn all three points. Nevertheless, the club’s record signing should start with McTominay in the center of the park.
The likes of Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Lindelof and Shaw could retain their starting places in the back-line in front of Spanish goalie, David De Gea.
Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Palace:
James better to start behind martial instead of a lazy lingard and if dalot is fit then i prefer him in the left flank rather than aimless mata.