CRY Vs MUN Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Manchester United’s draw the last time around throws the last four spots wide open.
Both Leicester City and Chelsea were not only defeated but spanked in their respective ties in gameweek 35 prior to Manchester United’s encounter, leaving the side with a golden opportunity to finally break into the top 4. However, this enthralling clamour for a top 4 finish showed that it still has one twist and turn remaining with Manchester Untied letting go off the opportunity to capitalise on their competitors’ plight.
The side was held to a 2-2 draw by Southampton in their clash, a stunning result which saw the top 4 remain as it is. And with Chelsea winning earlier in gameweek 36, the pressure is colossally elevated on Manchester United to come out unscathed from the imminent tie as they look to keep breathing down a spot in the Champions League places.
Given Crystal Palace’s predicament at the moment, Manchester Untied will be fanciful of their chances as well today. They are up against a side that has completely been wiped off the land of the Premier League since the restart, a club currently sitting in a pickle after registering five defeats in succession.
From seeing everything go hunky dory for them as the plaudits kept raining down for an incredible campaign to currently being ripped into shreds by anyone they encounter, Crystal Palace’s decline has been as unexpected as unwarranted. They became the latest fatality of this sensational City juggernaut with the team being thumped 5-0 on the day.
Defence has completely given way and lost its path, a plight which will result in the side being putdown in yet another clash.
Probable Playing 11
- Kelly is going to be ruled out for Crystal Palace yet again with the player nursing an injury.
- Williams, Greenwood and Shaw are all out injured for Manchester United.
Guaita, Ward, Sakho, Dann, Van Aanholt, Milivojevic, Townsend, McCarthy, Kouyate, Zaha, Ayew
De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams, Fred, McTominay, James, Fernandes, Rashford, Martial
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Crystal Palace Vs Manchester United
Date And Time: 17th July, Friday- 12:45am IST
Venue: Selhurst Park, London
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
Top Goal Scorer
- Ayew: 9 Goals
- Rashford: 16 Goals, 6 Assists
Crystal Palace Vs Manchester City: 0-5
Manchester United Vs Southampton: 2-2
CRY Vs MUN Dream11 Picks
All across the course of the season, whenever Crystal Palace managed to pull off some well versed results in their favour, the side was left thanking goal-keeper Vincent Guaita for his fortitude and guile. A tough nut to crack, the player is capable of embroiling the opposition in quagmire to see him be an instant pick as our goal-keeper for the day.
Where the defensive side of the game has vanished up in smoke for Crystal Palace, the attacking slot hasn’t managed to faire off any better. This is a side which has failed to score in four of his last five encounters, a rut which massively increases the likelihood of Manchester United registering a cleansheet today.
It’s a narrative extremely plausible, one which sees us entail in our slot a trio of picks from the side with three assist man Aaron Wan-Bissaka getting things underway for us today. He’s partnered up by CBs Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof, two names for whom it wont be the toughest of task to curtail this languid attack.
Elsewhere, we also have the one name line up our side from the home team with Patrick van Aanholt our pick for the imminent clash after having worked up the two assists this season.
Another match, another attacking contribution saw Bruno Fernandes take his figure upto the 7 assists for Manchester United in a short span of time. He’s been a pathbreaking performer for the side, someone who has gone for the jugular straightway by grabbing the game by the scruff of its neck.
Nemanja Matic will be moving in alongside him for the day’s clash while we’ll be making four goal man, Wilfred Zaha our singular pick from Crystal Palace.
Responsible for 9 goals for his club this season, Jordan Ayew has not only top scored for the home side but has come up with goals for a team that has otherwise largely failed to inspire anything in the attacking slot.
Manchester Untied will on the other hand see us rope in the partnership of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial with both the players having scored the 16 goals apiece for the club this season.
Captain And Vice-Captain
With 6 goals and 7 assists, Fernandes will captain our side while Martial is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Vincent, Aaron, Maguire, Lindelof, Patrick, Bruno, Zaha, Matic, Rashford, Martial, Ayew
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