Manchester United will be desperate to return to winning ways on Wednesday evening as they make the trip down to London to face Crystal Palace.
United have now played out back-to-back goalless draws against Real Sociedad and Chelsea respectively and will be looking to put a bit of pressure on leaders Manchester City.
They take on a struggling Palace side, who aren’t quite safe in the Premier League just yet, and like United, will be desperate to take maximum points.
Here are the key details you need to know ahead of Crystal Palace vs Manchester United.
What channel is Crystal Palace vs Manchester United on?
The clash will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Main Event (with the fake crowd noise) and Sky Sports Premier League (without the fake crowd noise) at an empty Selhurst Park.
The pre-match coverage gets underway at 8pm on Wednesday evening, just 15 minutes before the game is scheduled to kick off at 8.15pm.
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Can I stream Crystal Palace vs Manchester United?
Yes. If you are an existing Sky Sports customer, then you will be able to watch the match live via the Sky Go app – which is available on both Android and Apple services.
For added insight and analysis, stay tuned to MEN Sport for an in-depth live blog of the action at Selhurst Park.
What is the early Crystal Palace vs Manchester United team news?
Crystal Palace will be without star man and former Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha.
Roy Hodgson is unhappy that the match has been rearranged given the current state of his squad.
“The Manchester United game, that has been thrust upon us, is obviously something we’re pretty unhappy about, especially in this current state of affairs where we do have so many of our good players, our first-team players, unavailable.”
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Manchester United were denied a penalty in controversial fashion against Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players were furious that Callum Hudson-Odoi wasn’t penalised for a handball, as they had to settle for a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge. The point leaves United 12 points behind leaders Man City, with Crystal Palace the next opponents.
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Palace are also set to be without: Nathaniel Clyne, Mamadou Sakho, James Tomkins, Nathan Ferguson, James McArthur, Jeffrey Schlupp and Connor Wickham.
Paul Pogba is set to miss out again for United, but the midfielder is inching closer to his comeback.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer mentioned that Edinson Cavani is not too far away from returning to action, so he could yet make the matchday squad.
Scott McTominay and Donny van de Beek both returned to the squad for Sunday’s draw with Chelsea, so the midfield duo are set to be available for selection.