Manchester United vs Crystal Palace – Premier League Score Live 19/09/2020
Manchester United vs Crystal Palace live stream: Match details
Match: Manchester United vs Crystal Palace
Competition: Premier League
Date: September 19, 2020
Kick-off time: 5:30 pm, September 19, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Old Trafford
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NAME: Manchester United – Crystal Palace
DATE: 19 Sep 2020
TIME: 16:30 UTC
VENUE: Old Trafford, Manchester, England
Manchester United’s season begins but what will 2020/21 hold for Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side.
Last season, they achieved their primary objective of finishing in the top four.
This was secured on the final day by a 2-0 win at Leicester, against the team who they pipped to fourth place.
Aside from that, the Red Devils reached the semi-finals of all three cup competitions, losing to Manchester City in the League Cup and Chelsea in the FA Cup.
Their most recent match was a semi-final defeat in the UEFA Europa League to Sevilla in Köln just 34 days ago.
The aim this season has to be to win a trophy and to close the gap on Manchester City and Liverpool.
Unsurprisingly, no club has won their opening Premier League fixture on more occasions than Manchester United so will they do just that for a 20th time?
This could be a tricky match though against a side who’ve already played twice this season.
Last weekend, Crystal Palace kicked off their season with a 1-0 win over Southampton at Selhurst Park.
Wilfried Zaha getting the only goal in a, somewhat, shock win.
Then, on Tuesday, Roy Hodgson’s men were dumped out the Carabao Cup by Bournemouth.
The tie at Dean Court finished goalless but there were plenty of goals in the penalty shootout.
All 20 outfielders scored meaning it was goalkeeper vs goalkeeper.