Crystal Palace look cracking value to cause Old Trafford shock
Eagles have competed well in three recent big-six games
Kick-off 3pm Saturday
The game is Palace's fourth successive clash against a big six team following a draw at home to Arsenal (2-2) and losses away to Chelsea (1-3) and at home to Tottenham (0-1).
Roy Hodgson's side competed well in each of those games and may have better luck against United, who are back under pressure following their 3-1 loss at Manchester City before the international break.
1pt 8-1 Betfair, Betfred
Luke Shaw serves a one-game ban and Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Marouane Fellaini and Victor Lindelof are injury doubts.
Wilfried Zaha, James Tomkins and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are back in full training but Mamadou Sakho (back) is a doubt.
Manchester United have kept one clean sheet in their last 11 fixtures.
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