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28 Sep 2017 by TSZ

Premier League In Focus – Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Preview

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When? Saturday 30th September, 15:00 (UK)

Where? Old Trafford

What channel is it on? Manchester United vs Crystal Palace will not be televised live

Are tickets still available?

Manchester United - https://www.livefootballtickets.com/fixtures/manchester-united-v-crystal-palace-tickets-english-premier-league.html

Crystal Palace – Sold out

STATS & FACTS
Head-to-head – last five meetings: Man Utd W4, D1
Head-to-head – Premier League meetings: Man Utd W13, D3
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Man Utd W34, Crystal Palace W7, D10

Manchester United have scored 17 Premier League goals and are averaging 2.83 goals per game. Their victory over Southampton last Saturday was the first time they have won by a solitary goal this season.

They have scored 10 of their Premier League goals at home and seven away from home.

David de Gea has kept five clean sheets in six Premier League games this season, with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting the only player to score against him in the league.

Manchester United have won by a scoreline of 4-0 three times this season, twice at home and once away.

Romelu Lukaku has scored in five of United’s six top flight fixtures and is averaging a goal a game in the Premier League.

Crystal Palace are the first English team ever to lose all six of their opening top flight matches and not score a solitary goal.

Roy Hodgson takes charge of his third game as Palace manager. So far, he has seen his side concede six goals in two matches. Two of those have come in the first half with four in the second.

The South London side have conceded 13 goals already - an average of 2.17 goals a game.

The last time Crystal Palace scored a Premier League goal was against Hull in May 2017 when a 4-0 win at Selhurst Park secured their top flight status for another season.

MEMORABLE MEETING
The last time that Crystal Palace won at Old Trafford was back in 2011. It would be a League Cup tie which saw the Eagles earn a shock 2-1 win over Sir Alex Ferguson’s side.

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