Match Preview: Man United VS Crystal Palace

Man United VS Crystal Palace
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The English Premier League is coming to an end today. On the final day, Manchester United will travel to Selhurst Park Stadium to play against the home team, Crystal Palace. However, Manchester United failed to go to the top four. As a result, they will miss the next UEFA Champions League. But tonight’s match is very important for the Red Devils to qualify for the Europa League.

Stats & Records

In the Premier League, Manchester United will end the season with the lowest points total ever. They have already lost 11 games in the league. Moreover, Man United have lost their previous five away games this season. In addition, the Red Devils will finish the 21/22 campaign with a negative goal difference if they lose the match by two or more goals.

However, Manchester United have a good record of winning the final game in the league. On the other hand, Crystal Palace also have a decent record on their home ground. On their home ground, they haven’t lost a game to any top-flight team on the final day.

Team News

Crystal Palace don’t have a major injury crisis. All the key players are fit for the match against Man United. But, some academy players are unavailable for tonight’s clash. James Tomkins, James McArthur, Nathan Ferguson, and Michael Olise are a few of them.

However, Manchester United will not have some key players tonight. Jadon Sancho is unavailable for the match. He trained yesterday but couldn’t complete the session. Luke Shaw also might miss tonight’s clash. Anyway, the manager didn’t disclose the team’s news. While speaking to the club media, Ralf Rangnick said,

We, once again, unfortunately, have quite a few players missing and another couple of players with question marks. I’m still positive that we will have a strong starting XI and finish the season on a higher note than we did at Brighton. I’m positive that the players want to get things right and show and prove to everybody that they are capable to play a lot better than we did at Brighton.

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