Dalot starts, Young plays in attack: Man United 4-3-3 predicted line-up for Palace

Following what was a very gritty draw against fierce rivals Liverpool despite several injury blows on Sunday afternoon, Manchester United will be looking to earn all of the three points when they face Crystal Palace away at Selhurst Park on Wednesday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer suffered three major injury hits in the first half of the game as he was forced to use all of his substitutions before the half was even brought to an end.

The Red Devils are facing a Crystal Palace side who convincingly won against Leicester City at King Power Stadium over the weekend and are back in quality form as they look to secure survival before things get too tense.

The Eagles have often proven to be a very tough opposition to play against at Selhurst Park and the Red Devils’ clash with Palace promises to be a very exciting affair on a day filled with high-profile fixtures in the Premier League.