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Crystal Palace welcome Manchester United to Selhurst Park on Wednesday night looking to pull off a league double over the 20-time champions for the first time ever.
The Eagles memorably won 3-1 at Old Trafford earlier this season, but 17 points now separate the two sides in the table with Man United looking to further strengthen their Champions League hopes in midweek.
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A controversially-rejected penalty claim against Callum Hudson-Odoi aside, there was little to shout about for either team during the stalemate – something which has been a feature of Man United’s games against big-six opposition this season.
All five of those 0-0 draws this season have come against other members of the ‘big six’, and they have failed to find the back of the net in their last six such matches.
With 12 points now separating them from leaders Manchester City, it could be argued that Man United’s record in those games is the biggest reason why their title challenge now appears to be all but over.
NAME: Crystal Palace – Manchester United
DATE: 3 Mar 2021
TIME: 20:15 UTC
VENUE: Selhurst Park, London, England