Crystal Palace v Manchester United Preview And Betting Tips
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Crystal Palace v Manchester United Preview And Betting Tips

Following their surprising 2-2 draw with Southampton on Monday night, Manchester United sit in fifth place, however level on points with Leicester and just a point behind third placed Chelsea coming into week 36 of the Premier League. Expert tipsters Form Labs guide you to where the value might lie for the game, while Kevin Campbell and Neil Mellor give their exclusive insights which you can watch below.



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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would have been left with a bitter taste in his mouth on Monday night as although his side extended their unbeaten run to 18 matches now across all competitions, Michael Obafemi’s 96th minute equaliser for Southampton meant United remain in fifth place having been just minutes away from third.

Crystal Palace, meanwhile, have seen a real downfall of results themselves as after having achieved four consecutive wins either side of the break, they’ve now lost five on the bounce, with four of them coming to nil.

They were a touch unlucky to have Mamadou Sakho’s goal ruled out for ‘handball’ at the weekend away at Aston Villa, though they failed to really threaten much after that incident and the relegation battling hosts very much deserved all three points on the day.

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Selhurst Park is never the easiest place to go, and although they have a respectable W6-D4-L7 record on home soil this season, it’s worth noting that five of those victories came against the current bottom five in the table, while the other came against 13th placed Newcastle, and a visit from the 13-time Premier League champions will be a different kettle of fish.

They’ve lost six of eight winless matches against the top half here, so we’d expect United to bounce right back and remain firmly in the hunt for a Champions League spot.

No team in Europe’s top five leagues have scored fewer goals in the opening 45 minutes on home soil than Palace’s four, while United have matched that tally in their last two away first halves alone.

In fact, the Red Devils have scored a whopping 11 opening half goals across their last five matches at all venues, netting a minimum of twice in each and we’d expect them to pull through and be leading at the break for a sixth game in a row.


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Marcus Rashford To Score Anytime

The absences of Gary Cahill and Christian Benteke will hinder Palace at both ends of the pitch, while the trio of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood show no signs of slowing down.

The former was instrumental in both their goals on Monday night, though each of his last seven goals have come at Old Trafford and at odds-on doesn’t look to represent much value.

Instead, we’ll opt for Marcus Rashford in this game, the Englishman netted their equaliser against Southampton with a smart finish, while he had another ruled out for narrowly being offside, and would have had another if it weren’t for some fantastic last gasp defending from Ryan Bertrand.

He’s looked incredibly sharp since the break, even if his output doesn’t suggest so, and with two goals in three we’re happy to get behind him to find the net again.

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Marcus Rashford To Score Anytime At 21/20

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