Crystal Palace v Man Utd Odds, team news and live stream as Eagles look value to add to United woes

Up to date Crystal Palace v Man Utd odds, tram news and live stream schedule as Manchester United look to avoid another potentially damaging defeat today (KO 17:30).

Manchester United will go in search of only their third league win of 2014 and first since January 28th when they travel to London to face resurgent Crystal Palace.



Palace 6/1, draw 13/5, Man Utd 8/13
Rooney to score/United win – 2/1
Tom Ince to score/Palace win – 14/1
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David Moyes men have yet to win in February losing away to Stoke and drawing with both Fulham and Arsenal, results that have left some 11 points off the final Champions league spot.

The club had a free weekend last time out due to their lack of involvement in the FA Cup and Moyes will hope the rest, coupled with a break away in Dubai, will mean his side will be fresh.

The United manager is set to welcome back Phil Jones to the squad however the return of the England defender is the only silver lining for Moyes with Danny Welbeck, Jonny Evans, Rafael and Nani all out.

Palace meanwhile have just one worry going into the game with Jerome Thomas struggling with a back injury.

Striker Glen Murray made his first appearance of the season in the 3-1 win over WBA last time out and the former Brighton man is delighted to be back in action and hoping to help the safety.

We’ve got one target, and that’s to stay in the Premier League. I mean it was the same at the start of the season. It will be the same at the end of the season.

“It doesn’t matter how high we finish, as long as we finish in the Premier League. That’s our number-one target.

Murray also praised the work done by manager Tony Pulis since his arrival hailing the impact of the club’s January signings.

“The gaffer has really strengthened the spine of the team and I think the standout name is Tom Ince” Murray added.

“There was so much media attention about him and so many clubs wanted him. For him to choose us is a real coup.”

Joe Ledley, Thomas Ince and Scott Dann have all impressed since moving to Selhurst Park and the trio are expected to keep their places as Palace go in search of their fourth win in their last five games.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.