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Crystal Palace vs Manchester United, 2015 Premier League: Time, TV schedule, online and live stream

It's the battle of the egos in the Premier League, as Louis van Gaal and Manchester United take on Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace.

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Manchester United head to South London this afternoon, and there's just one question on everybody's lips: is today the day that Alan Pardew finally licks himself to death? Er, no. Is today the day that Wayne Rooney gets dropped? United's embattled captain hasn't played well for much of this season, and with the team having failed to score in 210 minutes of football, this might be time for Van Gaal to shake things up.

Or, alternatively, he might not. Definitely missing out, however, are Paddy McNair and Antonio Valencia, both injured, and they might be joined by Memphis Depay and James Wilson, who both face late fitness tests. Over on the Palace side, their best player Yohan Cabaye is also something of a doubt, though you'd imagine that if he can stand up straight, he plays.

Either way, Palace have two quick wingers and some quality in midfield, so this isn't going to be easy. You can read Jack Sargeant's excellent match preview here. "Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace" sounds a bit like a brothel, doesn't it?

When: 3pm GMT, 11am ET

Where: Selhurst Park, London

How to watch: Short answer: if you're in the UK, you can't. Unless, that is, you do something illegal and reprehensible, which is not something we can help with. Over in the USA, it's on the NBC Sports Network. For the rest of the world, head to LiveSoccerTV for all the relevant details.

How to watch online: See above for the UK. For the USA, click here to head over to NCS's stream.