Manchester United host Crystal Palace on Sunday in - finally - the last Premier League match of the season. With attentions long since turned to the Europa League final next week, Jose Mourinho has promised to ring even more changes than he has in recent league games. With the exception of Paul Pogba, who is making his first appearance in over a week due to the death of his father, few of the expected starters next week will be involved against Palace.
With Crystal Palace now safe from relegation, Sam Allardyce and his men may already be mentally on the beach for this one as well. Mourinho has named several youngsters who will be involved either from the start or off the bench.
“I will bring in (Demetri) Mitchell and (Scott) McTominay, who were on the bench tonight. Axel (Tuanzebe) of course. (Eric) Bailly and (Matty) Willock will come too. Josh Harrop and Zachary (Dearnley) will come.
Pogba will come because he’s not training or playing since his dad passed away and I will put two or three of my boys in, rotating during the game and making changes.”
Joel Pereira is likely to make his debut in goal, with Kieran O'Hara on the bench. 16 year-old Youth Player of the Year Angel Gomes will be on the bench as well. Well, that’s something to look forward to, at least. We’ll get a look at some of the kids, and hopefully not worry about injuries.
Premier League schedule
Kick off is at 15:00 UK time, which is 10:00 on the east coast of the USA and 7:00 over on the other side.
Premier League TV channel
In the UK, you’re out of luck. This match is not being broadcast. In the USA, tune in to CNBC. Everybody else, head over to LiveSoccerTV.
Premier League streaming
Nothing (legal) in the UK; and NBC Sports Live in the US.
It's a much-changed side, with full debuts for Pereira, Mitchell, McTominay, and Harrop. Timothy Fosu-Mensah returns from injury, and Wayne Rooney makes perhaps his last ever competitive start at Old Trafford in a United shirt.
It's here - our final starting XI of the league season! #MUFC #MUNCRY pic.twitter.com/W8QJfOzD3l— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 21, 2017
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