Manchester United are targeting a third straight away win, having triumphed 3-0 in the last two, as they chase a top-four finish in the Premier League. Crystal Palace have lost their last five games but can complete their first ever league double over United, having won 2-1 at Old Trafford in August.
The Premier League clash kicks off at 8.15pm BST this evening.
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Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson: “It was a very good game [against Chelsea at Selhurst Park] from our side against a top team and I would consider ourselves unfortunate not to come away with a result.
“Now we have another team of the same level of quality coming to visit, with a lot of top class individuals and also in a rich vein of form.
“We are aware nothing less than a performance of that level will be good enough if we are to get something from the game.”
Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “Keep on doing what we have been doing, trust yourselves.
“You’re at a club where it always boils down to the last couple of weeks, or two or three games, in the season anyway.
“We’ve done fantastic since we restarted. We started with the draw against Tottenham, of course, we then had a great run.
“That little bit of a setback is a test for mentalities.”
Palace striker Christian Benteke begins a season-ending three-match suspension after his dismissal against Aston Villa.
Defenders Gary Cahill and James Tomkins are again missing because of injury, but Jeffrey Schlupp is available.
As for United, Mason Greenwood and Luke Shaw are doubts with ankle problems, while Brandon Williams could also miss out after suffering a cut above his eye.
Axel Tuanzebe and Phil Jones remain sidelined for the Red Devils.
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