Manchester United may have stumbled in their chase to secure a top four spot in the Premier League on Monday, but the Reds still control their own destiny. If United win their remaining league fixtures — starting with Thursday’s match against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park — they will qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hinted that he may need to rotate his starting XI for the first time in six league fixtures. Both Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams were forced to leave Monday’s game with injury, although Williams reportedly did not suffer a concussion (just a cut above his eye), and may recover in time. Mason Greenwood also suffered an ankle injury on Monday, while Bruno Fernandes was visibly tired near the end. With one eye on Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea, Solskjaer may make two or three changes to his first-choice lineup.
Premier League schedule
It’s a 20.15 kickoff in the UK, which translates to 3:15 PM on the east coast of the U.S. and a lunchtime 12.15 on the west.
Premier League channel
BT Sport 1 or BT Sport Extra for those in the UK. Those in the States can tune into NBCSN. Everyone else, head on over to LiveSoccerTV to find your viewing options.
Premier League streaming
BT Sport’s streaming service for those in the UK. NBC’s online streaming service and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo will do the job for those in the States. If you’re in Canada, you can stream the game through DAZN.
Prediction: David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, Harry Maguire, Brandon Williams; Fred, Scott McTominay; Mason Greenwood, Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford; Anthony Martial.
Update: Well, that's a surprise. Only two changes. McTominay in for Matić, and Timothy Fosu-Mensah (!!!) at left-back.
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