Bet365 Preview: Manchester United- Crystal Palace: Back the Red Devils to win to nil

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The 21-time champions will be looking to take advantage of the Eagles struggles in a bid to continue their strong start to the campaign

Manchester United lock horns with struggling Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

The Red Devils have continued to impress in Jose Mourinho’s second season in charge, winning five of their opening six league games to sit joint top of the log and also defeated CSKA Moscow in midweek. Bet365 offers (1.20) for United to claim maximum points.

Manchester United

The Eagles are the worst team in England’s top four tiers as they have lost their opening six games. They simply are yet to find their bearing, changing managers already. Roy Hodgson’s side are clear underdogs in this tie at (19.00) with the same firm.

The game ending in a stalemate after 90 minutes is quoted at (7.00).

Manchester United have never lost to Crystal Palace in the Premier League, winning 13 and drawing thrice. They thus look good to avoid defeat at odds of (1.02).

The Red Devils have won 10 consecutive top flight games at home against the Eagles. They are this favoured to win both halves at (1.72).

Roy Hodgson Crystal Palace

Palace are the only side among Europe’s big five leagues to yet to find the back of the net. This favours United to score first at (1.14) and to keep a clean sheet at (1.61).

Romelu Lukaku has scored 19 goals in his last 21 league games which more than Crystal Palace have scored within that period. The big Belgian remains Bet365’s favourite to score first at (3.00) and (1.44) to do so anytime.

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