Manchester United (4-2-3-1): De Gea, Rafael, Smalling, Vidic, Evra, Valencia, Carrick, Fletcher, Mata, Rooney, van Persie
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If this result was to repeat this weekend, you can say bye bye to David Moyes.
A stuttering Manchester United will hold no fear for Crystal Palace’s wonderkid signing Thomas Ince, who can make a mark in world football with a performance against his father’s former side.
Crystal Palace vs. Manchester United: An Alternative Preview
Crystal Palace have scored the highest proportion of goals from set-piece situations this season in the Barclays Premier League (44%).
Manchester United have won nine and lost none of their last 11 league meetings with Crystal Palace.
No Crystal Palace player has assisted more than one goal in the Premier League this season.
David Moyes has not named the same starting XI in any two competitive games this season, with this being his 40th match in charge of the Red Devils.
Manchester United are yet to lose a Premier League game that they have been leading in this season (W12 D3) – one of only three sides to manage this (alongside Swansea and Spurs).
However, no team has lost as many points from goals conceded in the final 10 minutes of Premier League games this season than Man Utd (7).
Palace have recouped just one point from a losing position in the Premier League this season; a joint league low.
Since Tony Pulis took charge of his first Palace game in the Premier League on November 30th 2013; the Eagles have won just two points fewer (19) than Manchester United (21), but have played one game less.
Only bottom side Fulham (18) have lost more Premier League games than Crystal Palace (15) this season.
Wayne Rooney has gone five successive Premier League appearances without scoring or assisting a goal for Man Utd – his longest-such run since December 2011(seven games).