Sunday’s Premier League action saw Manchester United host Crystal Palace to Old Trafford as the Reds played their first game under caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick. United are coming out of that wild 3-2 win over Arsenal and could clinch three points in the top four with a win. Meanwhile, Palace have failed to win any of their last three, coming in at 11th. Here’s the plot, how you can watch the match and more:
How to watch and odds
Day: Sunday, December 5 | Time: 9 a.m. ET
Location: Old Trafford – Manchester, UK
TV: NBCSN | Live: fuboTV (Try free)
The odds: Man United -170; Draw +305; Palace +470 (according to Caesars Sportsbook)
Featured game | Manchester United vs. Crystal Palace
Manchester United: Three big games unbeaten since a 4-1 loss to Watford, and now with Rangnick leading the way. We’ll quickly get an idea of the players he sees fit into his system, although that could come midweek in the Champions League. However, we can expect a renewed confidence, energy and organization in a team in the hope of turning the tide and proving they can compete. Jadon Sancho is one to watch, having scored twice in his last three games after scoring none in his first 13 games at the club.
Crystal Palace: Patrick Vieira’s side have struggled after consecutive wins over Manchester City and Wolves. Draws against Burnley and defeats to Aston Villa and Leeds show that this team is now trying to find consistency at both ends of the pitch. On Tuesday against Leeds, they conceded a penalty in the 94th minute with a silly play. The problem in that is what they fail to achieve in the attack. Of their nine shots, only one went on target, in which Christian Benteke puzzlingly missed a header wide of the post. With United facing injuries at the back, they should feel confident in their ability to score here and grab something if they can be a bit sharper.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored one goal and assisted another to help the Reds win three points. Pick: Man United 2, Palace 1
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