Manchester United’s first league win at home since September 11 against Arsenal last time out lifted the Red Devils to seventh place in the table following an eight-game winless streak.
However, with a slew of injuries and inconsistency in form, Ralf Rangnick will have plenty to think about in his debut game in charge.
United’s probable XI for the visit of Crystal Palace is examined by Express Sport.
Emile Smith Rowe scored one of the oddest goals in Premier League history after David de Gea went down during Arsenal’s visit.
In Michael Carrick’s final game, the Spaniard climbed up and finished the game on the winning side.
Despite receiving criticism for his Arsenal error, his presence has been one of the few bright spots in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s final few months in charge.
Diogo Dalot made his first Premier League start against Chelsea due to Aaron Wan-poor Bissaka’s form and subsequent hand injury.
And the Portugal international dazzled, providing a little different dynamic to his English counterpart by emphasizing his attacking instincts.
In Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, and Alex Telles, he’ll likely be partnered by the same defense that began against Arsenal.
Palace’s counter-attacking ability will need to be countered with a strong midfield presence. McTominay, Fred, Fernandes
Many say United is missing in this area, yet Scott McTominay is without a doubt the greatest player in the position.
Following a strong showing against Arsenal in midweek, Fred is expected to play against Patrick Vieira’s side.
He had an assist and was fouled for the game-winning penalty, and he’ll be hoping for a similar impact tonight.
Bruno Fernandes’ first league goal since early September will almost certainly keep him in contention for a starting role.
Greenwood, Sancho, Ronaldo. After the departure of Solskjaer, Sancho is starting to come into his own at United.
Under Carrick’s temporary tutelage, he scored his first two goals for United, and a fantastic display against Arsenal cemented that.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s first goals at home since early September suggest he will remain United’s frontline striker for the foreseeable future.
With Marcus Rashford’s form deteriorating, Mason Greenwood could be called back to the left side.