The Eagles have just one point from their opening two games and have yet to score a goal in the top flight this term. Here are the latest odds for the encounter, as well as the viewing information and a preview of what's to come. OddsManchester United win (7-20)Draw (4-1)Crystal Palace win (8-1)Odds courtesy of Caesars. Date: Saturday, August 24Time: 3 p. m. (BST), 10 a. (ET)TV Info: NBC Sports (U. S.
Can't say I missed Twitter on holiday. United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said the two players decide on the day who will take penalties, and football journalist Elko Born believed the reaction to the miss has been over the top:Elko Born @Elko_BAs grown up, professional footballers, Rashford and Pogba decided together that Pogba should take the penalty this time. Stop the presses, call Gary Neville, let's spend 6374543 hours of our lives coming up with stupid opinions on this pretty normal thing. There were more positives than negatives to take from Monday's match for United. At the back, new signings Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire have made a major impact, helping to shore up an area of significant weakness last term. At the sharp end of the field, Martial is relishing leading the line after making it two goals in as many games with his rasping left-footed finish against Wolves:Manchester United @ManUtd⚽️ @LukeShaw23 ➡️ @JesseLingard ➡️ @MarcusRashford ➡️ @AnthonyMartial 🌟 What a way to bag your 50th #MUFC goal 😆 https://t.
Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times said Pogba shouldn't be criticised for taking responsibility:Jonathan Northcroft @JNorthcroftPogba played well last night. Mature, productive, team-first display. His great close control won a penalty. Following team rules he took it. He ends up almost the only topic of post-match discussion and racially abused.
co/8La2QhbyJ1Per Samuel Luckhurst of the Manchester Evening News, it's been a while since the France international was given a prolonged chance to impress as a centre-forward:Samuel Luckhurst @samuelluckhurstMonday marked the first time Anthony Martial's started as the number nine in consecutive #mufc games since February 2016. That run ended with a hamstring injury against Midtjylland, which allowed Rashford in to make his debut... For Palace, the prospect of coming up against a revitalised United team will not be relished, as they've endured a difficult few weeks. While they managed to keep Wilfried Zaha at the club despite his transfer request, the team is playing uninspired football under manager Roy Hodgson.
In their previous match, they barely threatened at newly promoted Sheffield United and eventually lost 1-0. After the game, the manager was not happy with the performance of his players:Sky Sports Premier League @SkySportsPLRoy Hodgson says Sheffield United deserved their 1-0 win against Crystal Palace and admitted his side did not play well enough. https://t. co/5zwAxIf7kfSo much depends on Zaha for the Selhurst Park side.