It has been a decent start for Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Manchester United who are still unbeaten and will be looking to get back to winning ways here.

Crystal Palace on the other hand are not doing so well right now.

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace.

Manchester United are overwhelming favourites and have a 1/3 chance,

Crystal Palace have a 15/2 chance and a draw would be a great result for the visitors.

Over 2.5 goals is roughly at 8/11.

Manchester United to win and over 2.5 goals in this game.

Manchester United to win and both teams to score – 11/10.

Anthony Martial has scored in both of his side’s two matches so far and he gets a 5/4 to make it three.

Marcus Rashford also has two goals to his name this season which means he also gets a 5/4 to score anytime.

Wilfried Zaha is definitely a 10/1 to score first.

Martial and Rashford tally to a 4/1.

Paul Pogba and Martial is 5/1.

Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba get a 9/1.

Luka Milivojević and Zaha have a 33/1.

Ole Gunnar Solskjær side have four points but maybe it could have been so much more after a brace from Rashford, Martial and James saw Manchester United beat Chelsea away in a 4-0 win. They travelled to Molineux ON Monday night to face Wolves but the game ended 1- 1.

Mid-way through the first half, Anthony Martial put the Red Devils in front but Wolves equalised thanks to a Neves volley from long-range.

Paul Pogba was given the responsibilities to take the penalty instead of Rashford who has so far kept up his 100% record just eight days earlier.

Solskjær clarified afterwards that his side has two designated penalty takers and that there was no “bad blood” between the two.

Crystal Palace.

Crystal Palace, were involved in a pretty uneventful 0-0 draw at home to Everton on their opening match.

Then, had a 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United and this means that they are yet to score a goal this season, and are looking to get their first goal and first win of the season in Manchester.

Palace last won at Old Trafford in a league game back in in 1989.

LINE UPS

David de Gea in goal as he has already made eight saves this season.

back four for the third game out of three.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has made atleast 15 tackles and Harry Maguire has made 13 most descent clearances in the league. Andreas Pereira dropped out and Dan James came in this made Jesse Lingard move to a more central area.

Marcus Rashford will begin on the left with Anthony Martial at the middle.

Martial became the 53rd player to score 50 goals in all competitions for Manchester United on Monday night at Molineux.

CRYSTAL PALACE

Goalkeeper Vicente Guaita has a sure place in the XI.

In defence, Martin Kelly has to fill in at centre-back.

Gary Cahill has not made his debut and might be at the deep end.

Joel Ward as the right-back after Wan-Bisska moved to Manchester United.

In midfield, James McArthur and Luka Milivojević despite the presence of Cheikhou Kouyaté and Víctor Camarasa and James McCarthy.

Up front, Zaha who has scored six goals in his last eight away Premier League games.

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