A big seven days for Manchester United continues on Wednesday evening, as the Red Devils go in search of a sixth straight league win against Crystal Palace. United come into this fixture in excellent form, and confidence should be high after a recent 2-1 win over Manchester City at Old Trafford.

Before Betting On Crystal Palace vs Man United

Any talk that Manchester United may be in a title race this term has been dispelled by Erik ten Hag to this point, but victories in each of the next two games for the Red Devils may see the narrative change. The first of two big away games for United takes place at Selhurst Park on Wednesday, before the Manchester giants travel to the Emirates to face Arsenal on Sunday.

United’s recent form in the league has been electric, as the Red Devils have won each of their previous five league fixtures. The latest of those was an excellent 2-1 home win against Manchester City, which put them within a point of their Manchester rivals. Marcus Rashford maintained his excellent form with the winning goal, while Bruno Fernandes netted the opener.

Crystal Palace still look to be in a strong position to remain in the Premier League this term, as they sit 12th and are currently seven points above the drop zone. However, Patrick Vieira will likely be slightly concerned with the recent form of his side, as they have lost four of their last five.

Palace were edged out by Chelsea in their previous league fixture, while they were hammered by Tottenham Hotspur in their last league home match. However, Palace has gone two home games without defeat against United, with this exact fixture last term being won 1-0 by the Eagles. However, United has still won eight of the previous 13 league meetings between the sides.

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This will be a tough test for United, but they are certainly playing at the top of their game at present. Therefore, we could see the Red Devils taking maximum points, and we could see Rashford once again finding the back of the net.