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Manchester United vs Crystal Palace - Premier League Gameweek 7
Sabtu, 30 September 2017
Kick Off : 21.00 WIB
Venue : Old Trafford, Manchester
Wasit : Mike Dean


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20. Crystal Palace : LLLLL

Team News
Manchester United : Paul Pogba, Marcos Rojo, Michael Carrick and Zlatan Ibrahimović ruled out. Phil Jones and Marouane Fellaini doubtful. Antonio Valencia to be assessed after training.


Crystal Palace : Connor Wickham, Christian Benteke, Wilfried Zaha, James Tomkins and Ruben Loftus-Cheek ruled out. Timothy Fosu-Mensah can't play vs. United.

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Wilfried Zaha (at United from 2013-2015) and Timothy Fosu-Mensah (On loan)

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Head to Head pertemuan kedua tim :
Manchester United menang : 34x
Imbang : 10x
Crystal Palace menang : 7x

10 pertandingan terakhir kedua tim :
30 November 2011 - Manchester United 1-2 Crystal Palace - League Cup
14 September 2013 - Manchester United 2-0 Crystal Palace - Premier League
22 Februari 2014 - Crystal Palace 0-2 Manchester United - Premier League
08 November 2014 - Manchester United 1-0 Crystal Palace - Premier League
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
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Sampai saat ini Palace masih jadi yang terburuk dengan 0 poin dan tidak mampu mencetak 1 gol pun..
Sementara itu belum ada info terbaru dari Martial & Jones, bisa lah 6-0 buat United !
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EARLY UNITED TEAM NEWS FOR PALACE

Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Michael Carrick will miss Manchester United's Premier League game against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Saturday.

The club captain was also ruled out of the Reds' 4-1 win over CSKA Moscow in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night.

Phil Jones and Marouane Fellaini also missed the trip to Russia after picking up injuries in the 1-0 victory over Southampton last weekend.

Speaking to BT Sport after United’s success in the Russian capital, when asked if the trio would be fit to face Palace, Mourinho said: “I think Carrick has no chance. I think Jones, I have many doubts, and Fellaini, I have a hope but just a hope.”

There is, however, no update on Antonio Valencia, who didn’t fly out to Moscow, or Paul Pogba, who has missed the last four games after sustaining a hamstring injury in United’s first Champions League match against Basel on 12 September.

Man of the Match in Moscow, Anthony Martial, was withdrawn on 72 minutes as a precaution against CSKA with Mourinho admitting afterwards: "It was a pity he couldn’t play for 90 minutes because I was ready to leave him on the pitch for the whole game."

The United boss is expected to provide further news at his pre-match press conference on Friday ahead of the clash with Palace. The Reds, who are joint-top of the Premier League with Manchester City, will be favourites to record a sixth win in seven league games when welcoming Roy Hodgson’s side, who are without a goal or a point so far this season, to the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday (kick-off 15:00 BST).

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PREVIEW: UNITED V CRYSTAL PALACE

What's the team news? In his pre-match press conference on Friday, Jose Mourinho confirmed that injuries have ruled Michael Carrick and Phil Jones out of contention for Saturday's clash. However, the boss is hopeful that Antonio Valencia, who did not travel to Moscow in midweek, could be available. Mourinho provided no further update on Marouane Fellaini, and, of course, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo and Paul Pogba also remain on the sidelines as they continue their recoveries from injury. Palace have lost Christian Benteke, James Tomkins and Ruben Loftus-Cheek to injury, while Tim Fosu-Mensah is obviously ineligible as he is on loan from the Reds. A former United forward, Wilfried Zaha, is likely to still be sidelined for the Eagles, though powerful striker Freddie Ladapo is in contention to feature, according to Hodgson.

How are Palace doing? Well, as mentioned above, the Eagles haven't enjoyed a positive start to the 2017/18 campaign. Palace are yet to score in the Premier League and remain rooted to the foot of the table, already four points adrift from safety. After defeats against Liverpool, Burnley and Manchester City on the road, they will be hoping for a change in fortunes at Old Trafford this weekend as they cross the city having been thrashed 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium last Saturday. One positive for Palace has been the form of Fosu-Mensah, who has caught the eye with some impressive performances at the back.

What happened in our last meeting? Our most recent clash with Crystal Palace was a memorable one, particularly for the club's Academy. United welcomed the Eagles to Manchester on the final day of the league season in May, with Mourinho naming our youngest side in Premier League history for the match, including debutants Demi Mitchell and Josh Harrop. Current Preston midfielder Harrop marked his senior bow with a superb goal, and Angel Gomes came off the bench, as the Reds ran out 2-0 winners on an exciting day at Old Trafford.

Who is in charge of the Londoners now? Palace have a familiar face at the helm in Roy Hodgson, who is now managing his sixth English club after taking over from Frank De Boer earlier this month. The former England boss came up through the ranks at Selhurst Park as a player, and will undoubtedly relish the opportunity to steer the capital club to safety in the Premier League. At club level, he was previously in charge of West Brom, where he guided the Baggies to consecutive mid-table finishes.

Did you know? When replacing Wayne Rooney during last season's encounter, Gomes became the youngest player since Duncan Edwards to feature for the club. David Gaskell was younger when making his Reds debut in the Charity Shield in 1956, and Arthur Rowley younger still, at 15, although his wartime appearance does not count in United's official records. "Obviously, it's a dream come true," Gomes told MUTV after the game.

Who is the referee? Mike Dean will take charge of his first United match of the season on Saturday. The experienced whistler, from the Wirral, will oversee his fifth Premier League game of the campaign. He will be assisted by Simon Long and Matthew Wilkes, with Stuart Attwell on fourth official duties.

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MOURINHO'S TEAM NEWS FOR PALACE CLASH

Jose Mourinho has confirmed that both Michael Carrick and Phil Jones will miss Manchester United's Premier League clash with Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Carrick and Jones were absent from Wednesday's 4-1 Champions League win over CSKA Moscow in Russia and during his press conference on Friday, Mourinho told reporters that the pair remain unavailable.

"They are out. They were out and tomorrow some will be out. What I'm saying is that from all the injuries we had, I hope that I can have some players available for tomorrow.

"We have to train and make decisions after training [today]," he continued. "But I hope some of the players that couldn't play in Moscow can recover."

One of those could be Antonio Valencia, who also missed the win in Moscow. “Maybe," said Mourinho, when questioned by MUTV if the full-back would be fit for Saturday's game. "We have to train but, maybe, yes.”

When asked for the latest update on hamstring-victim Paul Pogba, Mourinho added: "He's injured. He cannot play tomorrow and it's not an injury that I can have the hope like I can have with Jones or Antonio Valencia. With them, I have the hope to see them training and to have a positive answer. For long-term injuries, I don't speak about them, so Ibra, Pogba, Rojo and these players, I don't think about them."

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MANCHESTER UNITED 4 CRYSTAL PALACE 0

Premier League | 30 September 2017 | Old Trafford | Attendance: 75,118 | Scorers: Mata 3, Fellaini 35, 49, Lukaku 86

MATCH SUMMARY

Romelu Lukaku matched Andrew Cole's Manchester United record of scoring seven goals in his first seven league matches as he added to earlier goals from Juan Mata and a double from Marouane Fellaini in a thumping 4-0 win over struggling Crystal Palace at Old Trafford. The result means Jose Mourinho's men leapfrog Manchester City, at least temporarily, at the top of the table.

Mata sent United on their way after just three minutes, latching on to Marcus Rashford's cross, before Fellaini converted Ashley Young's delivery just after the half-hour mark.

The big Belgian then grabbed his second at the start of the second period, nodding in Rashford's wicked free-kick, before Lukaku completed the rout late on by tapping in from close range. At the other end, David De Gea's clean sheet means the Reds have now equalled their best-ever clean sheet record at the start of a Premier League campaign.

Phil Jones, Antonio Valencia and Fellaini were all fit to start, while Rashford and Mata also returned to the starting XI, and it was the Spaniard who repaid Mourinho's trust in him after just three minutes.

Arriving into this one on the back of a trip to Russia meant the Reds could perhaps have been forgiven for a sluggish start, but Mata had other ideas, as he tucked in Rashford's pull back after the young prodigy had turned Joel Ward inside out before handing it on a plate for the tricky playmaker to tuck home.

United seemed to take the foot off the accelerator as the first half wore on. That allowed Roy Hodgson's men to enjoy a flurry of corners, before De Gea was tested for the first time via a powerful effort from Bakary Sako, which the Spaniard did well to palm away.

Then, it was as if United had told themselves 'enough was enough' as, against the run of play, the Reds doubled their lead via Fellaini, who volleyed home Young's pin-point cross at the back post.

The Reds wrapped up three points early in the second half as Rashford swung in a dangerous free-kick from the left, which was diverted in via a glancing header from Fellaini.

Young tried his luck from 20 yards, while at the other end Sako miscued a header before blazing over from 25 yards as Palace looked to grab their first goal of the season.

Lukaku almost netted his 11th goal of the season but he dragged his shot wide from 15 yards; however, the big striker was not to be denied moments later as substitute Anthony Martial played his part once again, pulling the ball back for Lukaku to equal Cole's mark.

The Reds have now scored four goals in a game six times this season and the win matched United's record tally of 19 points after the opening seven Premier League matches, set in 1999 and again in 2011.

THE LINE-UPS

United:
De Gea; Valencia (c), Smalling, Jones, Young; Matic, Fellaini, Mata (Herrera 77), Mkhitaryan (Lingard 65), Rashford (Martial 71); Lukaku.

Subs not used:
Romero, Bailly, Blind, Darmian.

Crystal Palace: Hennessey, Ward, Sakho, Delaney, Van Aanholt, Townsend, Milivojevic, Cabaye, Schlupp (McArthur 68), Puncheon (c) (Riedewald 68), Sako (Ladapo 74).

Subs not used: Speroni, Kelly, Mutch, Lee.

TALKING POINTS

MAROUANE IS MOURINHO'S KEY MAN
In the absence of Paul Pogba, Marouane Fellaini has proved his worth once again in recent weeks. He returned from injury against Palace and doubled his tally for the season, meaning he now has four goals in all competitions. Let's hope the big Belgian can continue his impressive form.

ROM'S RECORD ROARS ON
The Belgian striker scored two goals in Wednesday's 4-1 triumph at CSKA Moscow and Lukaku's sensational goalscoring form continued on Saturday as he tapped home late on for his 11th in 10 games. After matching Cole's United record, how many more will he score?

REDS RETURN TO THE PREMIER LEAGUE SUMMIT
With Manchester City not playing until later in the day, when they travel to title rivals Chelsea, the Reds are currently sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table. Let's hope it stays that way!

WHAT'S NEXT FOR UNITED?
Arguably the Reds' biggest test thus far lies in the next fixture, following the international break, as Mourinho's men travel to Anfield to face Liverpool on Saturday 14 October (kick off 12:30 BST). The trip to Merseyside will be a stern test; United v Liverpool encounters are always fierce encounters and this one is sure to be no different. It's set to be a cracker!

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MOURINHO REACTS TO VICTORY OVER PALACE

Jose Mourinho was happy with the way his Manchester United team controlled the game as the rampant Reds hit four past Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Juan Mata opened the scoring, Marouane Fellaini netted a brace and Romelu Lukaku scored his 11th goal of the season as United eased past the struggling Eagles to go top of the Premier League.

Here are the key points from the boss, who spoke to MUTV and in his post-match press conference…

'WE WERE IN GOOD CONTROL'
"I’d rather swap one 4-0 win for four 1-0 victories but I know that’s not possible. We are happy, we played solid, we played strong from the beginning, we were in good control. There were some little mistakes, which is typical from some of their players and is typical from playing against a team which is lacking in confidence, which they are."

FIVE CHANGES THE DIFFERENCE
"We tried to change some players and we did that with five [changes from the team that won in Moscow] and I think these five make the difference. You could see [Antonio] Valencia, Phil [Jones], [Marouane] Fellaini, [Juan] Mata and [Marcus] Rashford were at a different stage than [Romelu] Lukaku and [Henrikh] Mkhitaryan, which is normal. But the combination worked well, the players coming from the bench also helped and we deserved the victory that we need."

IMPORTANT TO SHARE THE GOALS
"We always expect a striker to score more goals than the others but especially our attacking players, they have the freedom to play. They can always be in finishing areas, in fact I want them to be, so if people like Lingard, Mata, Mkhitaryan and Martial score goals, I think it’s just a natural consequence of the way we play."

FELLAINI STEALS THE SHOW
"He is a great player and character and we have a good relationship. A strong character who resists the difficulties here. Some people did not recognise his qualities so he has to be a strong character. He is a fighter. I am really pleased that I help him reach this level and to change the perception that the fans have now. I am really happy for him. Fellaini has important qualities and I try and use his qualities depending on the situations. He plays with me as a defensive midfielder and as a second striker and adapts to the needs of the team."

PLEASED WITH HIS TEAM
"I need good players and good people. I need players with maturity. With the concept of 'team'. I know the new players are more individuals as the society makes them this way. Valencia, Mata, Matic and others, it's great to have these players."

RUTHLESS REDS
"It's just four matches at home [so far this season]. In the same four matches last season we picked up eight points, not 12. We are playing well, not for 90 minutes as sometimes we have periods where we lose our consistency in what I call quality with high intensity, but it is difficult to do that for 90 minutes after a Champions League game. I am happy we start the season very strong, respecting the opponents but not giving them the chance to be stable in the game, so I am very happy with the points."

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Mantabb Fellaini....bikin 2 gol bwd MU,,sayang puncak klasemen msh City. Rashford juga mantab di match ini...2 assist lwt open play n free kick. 2 minggu lagi ujian sesungguhnya bwd MU...lwn Liverpool...mdh2'an ttp bs menang wlwpun matchnya stlah international break.
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