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Riskur 20-08-2019 09:29 AM

[EPL] Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace - Premier League gameweek 3
Minggu, 24 Agustus 2019
Kick Off : 21.00 WIB
Venue : Old Trafford, Manchester
Wasit : Paul Tierney
Live : MOLA Tv

Premier League form guide
4. Manchester United: DW
14. Crystal palace: DL

Riskur 20-08-2019 09:31 AM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Head to Head pertemuan kedua tim :
Manchester United menang : 37x
Imbang : 11x
Crystal Palace menang : 7x

10 pertandingan terakhir kedua tim :
9 Mei 2015 - Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United - Premier League
31 Oktober 2015 - Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United - Premier League
20 April 2016 - Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace - Premier League
21 Mei 2016 - Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United - FA Cup
14 Desember 2016 - Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United - Premier League
21 Mei 2017 - Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace - Premier League
30 September 2017 - Manchester United 4-0 Crystal Palace - Premier League
6 Maret 2018 - Crystal Palace 2-3 Manchester United - Premier League
24 November 2018 - Manchester United 0-0 Crystal Palace - Premier League
28 Februari 2019 - Crystal Palace 1-3 Manchester United - Premier League

Andi Istiabudi 23-08-2019 06:27 AM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United vs Crystal Palace


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hopefully go into Manchester United's Premier League home game at Old Trafford against Crystal Palace on Saturday with no new injury concerns.

The boss opted to field a largely unchanged team for the 1-1 draw at Molineux on Monday night, with Daniel James for Andreas Pereira the only alteration from our opening victory against Chelsea.

With James coming in after his goalscoring debut versus the Blues, the starting XI for the match in the Black Country was the youngest of the season so far in the Premier League and Ole could call upon the same players again this weekend as we look to continue our encouraging start.

Alternatively Andreas, who entered the fray to replace Marcus Rashford in the closing stages of Monday’s match, could return to the line-up, while Juan Mata and Mason Greenwood, who have come on as substitutes in both of our games so far, will hope to make a case to start. Aaron Wan-Bissaka should face his old employe

The manager could also call upon several Reds who are yet to feature so far in the 2019/20 campaign.

Nemanja Matic, Ashley Young and Axel Tuanzebe were unused substitutes against Wolves, while Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Fred and Diogo Dalot will be keen to force their way into Ole’s plans.

Alexis Sanchez, who arrived back late after spearheading Chile’s charge to the Copa America semi-finals, may also stake a claim for a place in our matchday squad, despite Solskjaer having to fend off speculation linking him with a move.

“Let’s see what happens in the coming few weeks. There are still a few weeks for international transfers to go through. At the moment, he’s our player,” said the manager in his post-match press conference at Wolves.

Long-term absentee Eric Bailly will still be missing on Saturday.

The Ivory Coast defender had surgery after being injured against Tottenham in pre-season and will be out until later in the year.


The south Londoners will be looking to pick up their first win – and score their first goal – of the campaign on Saturday.

Palace drew 0-0 with Everton in their opening game of the season, before losing 1-0 at newly promoted Sheffield United last Sunday.

Star player Wilfried Zaha, who was linked with a move all the way through the summer window, started the game at Bramall Lane and is likely to play against his former club this weekend.

First-choice defensive duo Mamadou Sakho and James Tomkins missed the end of last season after undergoing operations for knee and groin injuries respectively.

While Sakho played a part in Palace’s pre-season and could find himself in contention to feature this weekend, Tomkins was out for each of the club’s eight friendlies and is still some way short of match fitness.

Summer signing James McCarthy made his bow for the Eagles in Yorkshire, while fellow new boys Gary Cahill and Victor Camarasa – who scored against United for Cardiff City in 2018/19 – could appear for the first time on Saturday afternoon.


Andi Istiabudi 24-08-2019 06:46 AM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United vs Crystal Palace


Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided the latest news on his squad ahead of Saturday's visit of Crystal Palace to Old Trafford.

Unfortunately, the Reds have picked up another injury recently, with Diogo Dalot out of action until after the international break next month.

The Portuguese full-back joins fellow defenders Eric Bailly and Tim Fosu-Mensah on the sidelines but the rest of the first-team group should be available for our third match of the Premier League campaign.

Speaking to MUTV before his pre-match press conference, Ole said: “Diogo is injured, he'll be out for a little while, hopefully he'll be back for [the games] after the international break.

”He's had that problem for a couple of weeks. But that's it. [The squad is] more or less the same.“

The manager made one change from his XI for the opener against Chelsea, when Daniel James replaced Andreas Pereira for the 1-1 draw with Wolves on Monday. His line-up at Molineux was the youngest for any club in a top-flight fixture in 2019/20.

It is anticipated that Aaron Wan-Bissaka will feature against his former club this weekend, and the manager should not be short of options for his selection. Juan Mata, Pereira and Mason Greenwood all came off the bench last time out and must be in Ole's thoughts.

Palace are without centre-backs James Tomkins and Mamadou Sakho but former Chelsea man Gary Cahill could make his debut.

Ex-Reds winger Wilfried Zaha seems certain to start for Roy Hodgson's side, who have one point from their two fixtures this season.


Andi Istiabudi 25-08-2019 12:22 AM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Kekalahan pertama musim ini dan di Old Trafford juga..
Tetap semangat, GLORY GLORY MAN UNITED !!!

Andi Istiabudi 25-08-2019 12:37 AM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

Manchester United were beaten by Crystal Palace for the first time in Premier League history as the Eagles ran out 2-1 victors at Old Trafford.

Daniel James looked to have rescued a point with a late curler after Jordan Ayew opened the scoring, completely against the run of play, in the first half. However, Patrick van Aanholt's stoppage-time winner stunned the home crowd who earlier, with 20 minutes left, saw Marcus Rashford strike the woodwork from the penalty spot as nothing went right for the Reds.

The hosts named an unchanged starting XI in the Premier League for the first time since a game against Arsenal in December 2017, and the seven substitutes were also the same as who were on duty at Wolves last Monday as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opted for some continuity.

Solskjaer had urged his side to play at a high tempo but, in warm weather, it was a slow start, even if Scott McTominay did head a Luke Shaw corner over the top in only the sixth minute.

Shaw was getting forward to good effect, and profiting from some long-range passes by Harry Maguire out of defence, and he lashed off target with one attempt. Vicente Guaita was largely untroubled, even if he was right behind van Aanholt, when the Dutchman lunged to keep out James, after Shaw again bounded forward to unsettle the visitors.

Rashford struck a couple of free-kicks off target and United were clearly in the ascendancy with Palace barely mounting a serious attack. That was until Jeffrey Schlupp outjumped Victor Lindelof to head on for Ayew to run through, unchecked, and roll a simple finish wide of David De Gea for a shock opener.

Shaw was forced off with an injury he sustained while making one eye-catching sprint, with Ashley Young taking his place at left-back, and, although the club captain quickly dragged a loose ball well wide, it was the Eagles who enjoyed the better of the remainder of the half. Wilfried Zaha's shot was blocked by De Gea at his near post after the Londoners piled into the box to carve out the opportunity, but there was a possibility VAR may have disallowed any goal due to an offside.

Zaha started to bring out some of his party tricks, dribbling down the right, as his side were clearly given a major shot of confidence by the 32nd-minute goal.

The one noteworthy effort by the Reds in the closing stages of the opening half was another free-kick, this time taken by Paul Pogba, but with the same result as he shovelled his set-piece over the wall but also over the bar.

Attacking the Stretford End, there needed to be a response after the restart and there was a moment of danger for Palace when Young's deep cross was met by James at the far post, but deflected wide off van Aanholt.

Young had a sight of goal himself but it came at an awkward height and he was unable to get a proper connection. Many will feel the Reds should have had a penalty when Martial did well to spin on a McTominay pass inside the box to deceive Martin Kelly. The former Liverpool defender clearly held back the Frenchman, who still got a shot away as he fell but referee Paul Tierney was unconvinced.

Solskjaer introduced Mason Greenwood for Jesse Lingard but the visitors continued to stand firm until McTominay burst into the box to force a penalty in the 69th minute. Greenwood's pass was laid off by Martial and McTominay was tripped to hand the Reds a spot-kick for a third successive match this term.

Rashford, who scored a penalty against Chelsea, stepped up but, despite sending Guaita the wrong way, his shot struck the inside of the keeper's right-hand post, to the utter frustration of the majority at Old Trafford.

James was harshly booked for simulation after being kicked by McArthur, as everything seemed to be going against Solskjaer's men.

McTominay fired wide, off balance and Pogba's header cleared the bar as United just could not muster a decisive effort. VAR threatened to intervene when Rashford latched on to a flick by James to speed past Kelly and was felled by the centre-back's challenge. Referee Tierney's initial decision stood and, with nine minutes left, the Reds were staring down the barrel of a costly defeat.

However, James looked to have earned a point when he curled home beautifully, after Pogba tackled Zaha and combination play by Martial and Rashford created the opening. It came with a minute of normal time left and should have sparked a late siege on Guaita's goal.

Instead, three minutes into the five that were added on due to the numerous stoppages in play, substitute Christian Benteke tackled Pogba to spark a move that culminated in van Aanholt's drive going through De Gea's defences to hand Palace an unlikely winner.


De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw (Young 34); Pogba, McTominay (Mata 85); James, Lingard (Greenwood 56), Rashford; Martial.

Substitutes: Romero, Tuanzebe, Andreas, Matic.

Crystal Palace: Guaita; Ward, Kelly, Cahill, van Aanholt; Milivojevic, Kouyate (McCarthy 83), McArthur; Schlupp (Townsend 80), Ayew (Benteke 75), Zaha.

Substitutes: Hennessey, Dann, Meyer, Wickham.

Scorers: James 89 | Ayew 32, van Aanholt 90+3.

Booked: Wan-Bissaka, James | Milivojevic, Cahill, Zaha, Guaita.

Attendance: 73,454.


steve.crowford 26-08-2019 03:23 AM

Re: [EPL] Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace
Mars-Rash-Greenwood trio actions against Crystal Palace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBNGSAHFo6g

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