Wilfried Zaha and Victor Lindelof compete for the ball during United's Premier League game with Crystal Palace in November 2018.

United v Crystal Palace: Your essential guide

United will face Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in our second home Premier League match of 2019/20, with the game kicking off at 15:00 BST on Saturday 24 August.

HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE GAME?

MUTV subscribers will be able to watch live dedicated build-up to the game in the Match Day show, followed by live radio commentary. You can also follow our coverage on ManUtd.com and the Official App, where you can track live data and player statistics in the Match Centre
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Juan Mata in action for Manchester United against Crystal Palace.
United and Crystal Palace played out a goalless draw in our last Old Trafford meeting, in November 2018.

WHICH TV CHANNEL IS IT ON IN THE UK?

This game has not been selected for live broadcast by UK television but, as always, you can watch it in full on MUTV from the following day.

HOW DO I BUY TICKETS?

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WHAT'S OUR RECORD LIKE AGAINST PALACE?

United have played the London side 55 times over the years, with the first meeting between the clubs coming in 1922. The Reds have won 37 of the previous clashes, drawn 11 and lost just seven. We have tended to enjoy our encounters with the Eagles in the Premier League and are unbeaten in the 20 previous meetings, also winning nine of 10 matches to date at Old Trafford. The only home draw in that period came last season, when we were held to a frustrating 0-0 by Roy Hodgson's side.

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson standing in the dugout at Selhurst Park.
In 2018/19, Roy Hodgson led Palace to their highest Premier League points tally since returning to the top flight in 2013.
HOW DID THEY GET ON LAST SEASON?

Crystal Palace were better on the road last season than at Selhurst Park. The Eagles picked up just 20 points at home in 2018/19 - the third-worst record in the division - but recorded 29 points on their travels. The south London outfit's highlight of the 2018/19 campaign was undoubtedly the 3-2 victory away to Manchester City in December, but Hodgson’s men also enjoyed superb away wins against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium and Newcastle United at St James’ Park. Palace finished 12th in the table after gaining 49 points.

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