Manchester United v Crystal Palace Match Preview & Best Odds

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Fresh from their 3-0 thumping of Crystal Palace in the League Cup earlier this week, the Red Devils meet the Eagles for the second time in four days when they lock horns in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, therefore now is a great time to register a new account with any of our UK and Irish betting sites and claim some exclusive Man United free bets and other great offers.


Manchester United v Crystal Palace Match Preview & Best Odds


Manchester United enjoyed a convincing 3-0 win over Crystal Palace in the League Cup on Tuesday evening and Erik ten Hag’s men will be confident of getting the better of the Eagles in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Manchester United endured a disappointing start to the month with three successive defeats and ten goals conceded during that time, however Ten Hag appears to have steadied the ship with two much-needed wins-to-nil over Burnley in the league and Crystal Palace in the League Cup. The Red Devils edged past the Clarets to the tune of 1-0 last weekend but they had no issues brushing aside Crystal Palace in their midweek cup outing, their reward being a meeting with fellow 2022/23 League Cup finalists Newcastle United who themselves knocked Manchester City out of the contest.

This weekend’s meeting with Crystal Palace will be the side’s second of four consecutive games at Old Trafford, this outing followed by a Champions League clash with Galatasaray and a Premier League encounter with Brentford. The Red Devils currently sit in ninth position in the Premier League table with five points separating them from the top four in the league table. Their 31-match unbeaten run at Old Trafford came to an abrupt halt by Brighton & Hove Albion a fortnight ago but having won all-but-three of their last sixteen meetings with the Eagles, we envisage United taking the spoils here.

Crystal Palace enjoyed a solid start to their season with seven points collected from their opening four matches, however since then the South London outfit have failed to win in each of their last three outings across competitions, culminating in a one-sided 3-0 defeat to Manchester United during which Palace had just 31% of possession throughout as well as a mere four shots on goal.

Palace boss Roy Hodgson has experience of guiding his men to decent results at the Theatre of Dreams in the past but the likelihood is that they will struggle to grab themselves any points this time around. The onus here will be on the home side to follow up their fine midweek cup victory with a similar showing on Saturday afternoon and with Ten Hag expected to field a stronger line-up, we can see the home side claiming the spoils in this one.


Back Man United to win-to-nil at best odds of 17/10