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Crystal Palace vs Manchester Utd Premier League Live Football Score 3 March 2021

Crystal Palace vs Manchester Utd Premier League Live Football Score 3 March 2021


Manchester United take on Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Wednesday evening.

It’s the second trip to the capital in just over 72 hours for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men, after United and Chelsea fought out a goalless draw on Sunday. Wednesday’s hosts ran out 3-1 winners at Old Trafford in our season premiere. The opening match was Donny van de Beek’s United debut and the Dutch midfielder marked the occasion by scoring on his first appearance at the Theatre of Dreams, although it would only turn out to be a consolation for the Reds.


The match will be broadcast on Sky Sports in the UK. The match kicks off at 20:15 GMT. You can follow the game in our Official App as well as watch our pre-match, half-time and post-match shows live on MUTV. The Match Day Live programme starts at 19:10 GMT on Wednesday evening.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope to have Edinson Cavani available for selection in south London in midweek, with the Uruguayan striker having missed four games with a muscle injury. Scott McTominay made a return to the Norwegian’s starting line-up against Chelsea, while van de Beek was an unused substitute on Sunday. Paul Pogba and Phil Jones remain sidelined.

For the hosts, ex-Red Wilfried Zaha has missed the last four games with a thigh injury and Roy Hodgson suggested it was unlikely he’d return to face his former club. Hodgson also has injuries in defence, as Mamadou Sakho and James Tomkins have both been unavailable for over a month. In midfield, Jeffrey Schlupp is struggling with a hamstring injury, while James McArthur is recovering from a knock.



  • Crystal Palace are winless in 12 home league games against Manchester United since 1991 (D3, L9).
  • Manchester United have won four successive Premier League away games against Crystal Palace,
  • However, Palace could complete their first league double over United.
  • The away side has won five of the past six league meetings, including all of the last four.

Crystal Palace

  • Crystal Palace’s tally of 33 points is their highest after 26 matches of a top-flight season since 1991-92, when they had 36.
  • Palace are winless in 19 Premier League home fixtures against the established top six since beating Chelsea in October 2017 (D5, L14).
  • The Eagles have managed just three shots in each of their past two league games, against Brighton and Fulham. In those two games, they faced a combined 40 shots.
  • Almost half of the goals conceded by Palace this season (21 of 43) have been scored in the first or last 15 minutes of matches.
  • Palace have failed to score in 17 of the past 22 Premier League fixtures Wilfried Zaha has not played in (W3, D1, L18).

Manchester United

  • Manchester United have lost just once in 20 league matches (W12, D7).
  • United are unbeaten away from home in the league this season and have not lost any of their last 20 league matches on the road (W13, D7).
  • They have scored 31 second-half goals in the Premier League, more than any other team.
  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have won nine of their past 11 midweek Premier League fixtures, winning all six away games during this run.
  • Donny van de Beek scored just 13 minutes after coming on as a substitute on his United debut in the reverse fixture but has not scored in his subsequent 1,045 minutes of action in all competitions for the club.






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