Manchester United Vs Crystal Palace Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the Dream11 prediction between Manchester United and Crystal Palace.
Manchester United will face Crystal Palace in Old Trafford on Saturday. The Red Devils were not able to secure more than one point in their last outing against Wolves, thereby owning four points from first two games, while the Eagles have drawn against Everton and lost to Sheffield United.
While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is trying to put Manchester United in the map once again, the Londoners will be hoping to prevent the drop following an untidy start to the season. It is still early days, but the managers will be hoping to secure as many points to match the club’s season ambition.
Manchester United enter this game as favourites, but their opponents can disrupt the hosts, should some of their stars emerge to the occasion.
We shall look at the Dream11 prediction between Manchester United and Crystal Palace.
MANCHESTER UNITED PREDICTED STARTING LINEUP:
David De Gea, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, Andreas Pereira, Daniel James, Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial.
CRYSTAL PALACE PREDICTED STARTING LINEUP:
Vicente Guaita, Joel Ward, Martin Kelly, Scott Dann, Patrick Van Aanholt, Luka Milivojevic, James McArthur, Max Meyer, Andreas Townsend, Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke.
MANCHESTER UNITED VS CRYSTAL PALACE DREAM11 LINEUP
David De Gea: David De Gea is the Red Devils’ guardian in the backline. The shot-stopper will be crucial to the hopes of keeping a clean sheet – following a slow start to the defenders. The shot-stopper makes plenty of saves and can change the game on his own.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka: Aaron Wan-Bissaka has made an excellent start to his Manchester United career. The right-back is renowned for his defensive contribution. He hasn’t disappointed in that part and continues to make plenty of tackles to recover his side from danger.
Scott Dann: Crystal Palace centre-back Scott Dann has not been at his best, but has the capability to stabilize the ship. Due to the lack of protection in the midfielder, defence gets exposed, although Dann has saved them at times. He’s a serious threat from the set pieces as well.
Harry Maguire: Harry Maguire has a huge role because of the huge price tag on him. The English has been caught out of position frequently, proving to be a danger for the defence to open up. He is more than useful with his head.
Patrick Van Aanholt: Patrick Van Aanholt is one of the finest full-backs in the league. The left-back has the job of shutting down the new boy Daniel James, who looked lighting against the Wolves on Monday. If he manages to suppress the attacks, his attacking play will yield points, as he is well-known for his goals and assists.
Scott McTominay: Manchester United have reshuffled their midfielder – opting to stick with Scott McTominay in the defensive midfield area. The Scot has been decent, making attacking runs when required. He is integral in keeping the team’s tone high.
Paul Pogba (VC): Paul Pogba has been told to stick in the defensive department of the midfield. The Frenchman has an abundance of energy as he likes to carry the ball from the midfield to attack. He made a long bursting from the midfield against Wolves, resulting in a penalty. Besides, he’s a severe threat from the corners and takes penalties and free-kicks as well.
Luka Milivojevic: Luka Milivojevic opts to stick back with the defence and operate. But, his goal tally increases because of his reliance through the penalties. He has not failed from the spot last season – making him as one of the best in the business.
Wilfried Zaha: Wilfried Zaha’s intention was to leave last summer, but the winger was not able to leave the club. The Ivorian completes plenty of dribbles and had double figures in goals and assists tally. It’d be interesting to see his battle against Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the left attacking flank.
Marcus Rashford: Solskjaer has switched Martial and Rashford position to acquire the best possible output. Currently, the English plays through the left-wing, although he remains the first person to take the set pieces in this side. Rashford can shake the whole Eagles defence, which has been struggling.
Anthony Martial (C): The change of position sees Anthony Martial operate through the middle. Former Monaco forward was on the receiving end last season, but has stood up his task – bagging two goals in two Premier League games. Martin Kelly and Scott Dann are not quick – helping the course for Martial.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.