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The BIG Preview - Crystal Palace vs. Manchester United

After crashing out of the League Cup during the week both teams will be aiming to get back on track at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon.

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Neither Crystal Palace nor Manchester United have won any of their last 3 games and in front of a partizan home crowd in south London Crystal Palace may be favourites to halt their recent poor form.

Despite this, history is not on Alan Pardew's side, with his team never having beaten Manchester United in the Premier League - the joint longest 0% win rate against a single opponent in the division.

The Last 5 - Crystal Palace

League Cup - Man City 5-1 Crystal Palace
Premier League - Leicester 1-0 Crystal Palace
Premier League - Crystal Palace 1-3 West Ham
Premier League - Crystal Palace 2-0 West Brom
Premier League - Watford 0-1 Crystal Palace

The Last 5 - Manchester United

League Cup - Man Utd 0-0 Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough win 3-1 on penalties)
Premier League - Man Utd 0-0 Man City
Champions League - CSKA 1-1 Man Utd
Premier League - Everton 0-3 Man Utd
Premier League - Arsenal 3-0 Man Utd

Teams News - Crystal Palace

Diego Costa may miss out after hurting his ribs in midweek but the striker could play if the injury proves to be bruising rather than a fracture.

OUT - Marouane Chamakh and Connor Wickham remain out.
IN - 
Jason Puncheon has recovered from illness.
MaybeYohan Cabaye is a doubt for Crystal Palace after missing the midweek defeat at Manchester City because of injury. Pape Souare and Joel Ward are also doubtful.

Teams News - Manchester United

OUT - Manchester United duo Memphis Depay and James Wilson are unavailable after both were forced off against Middlesbrough while Antonio Valencia and Paddy McNair are ruled out with respective foot and abdominal injuries. Ashley Young is edging closer to full fitness after playing for almost an hour in midweek, while Luke Shaw remains a long-term absentee.

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