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Crystal Palace vs Manchester United Matchday Stats Preview

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United Matchday Stats Preview 

Crystal Palace won 1-0 against Manchester United at Old Trafford earlier this campaign – the Eagles have never completed a league double over the Red Devils.

Manchester United won eight of their first 11 away Premier League games against Crystal Palace (D3) but are winless in their last three (D2 L1).

Manchester United have lost four away Premier League matches in London this season, losing to Spurs, Arsenal, West Ham and Chelsea. They have never lost five away league games in the capital in a single season before.

Manchester United have lost eight of their last 14 away Premier League matches in the month of May (W3 D3), with one of those a 1-0 defeat at Selhurst Park in 2022 under Ralf Rangnick.

Crystal Palace have won both of their last two Premier League games at Selhurst Park, last winning three in a row at home in the competition in October 2022. The Eagles have won as many of their five home Premier League games under Oliver Glasner this season (W3 D1 L1) as their 12 such matches under Roy Hodgson beforehand in 2023-24 (W3 D3 L6).

Manchester United have shipped 77 goals in 47 games all competitions this season, their most in a season since 1977-78 (80). Their current ratio of conceding (1.64 goals-per-game) is their worst since the 1962-63 campaign (1.75 per game).

Manchester United have both scored and conceded in each of their last eight Premier League away games – only once have they had a longer such run in the competition, doing so in nine consecutive games between May and November 2001.

Despite only starting five matches and playing 485 minutes at Selhurst Park this season, only Jean-Philippe Mateta (8 goals, 2 assists) has had a hand in more Crystal Palace goals at home in the Premier League than Michael Olise (4 goals, 4 assists). Indeed, across his last eight home league starts, Olise has scored four and assisted seven.

Jean-Phillipe Mateta has scored in each of his five home Premier League appearances under Oliver Glasner (seven goals), having only netted in five out of his first 37 home matches for Crystal Palace beforehand (five goals). The last player to score in his first six home appearances under one manager in the competition was Alan Shearer for Kevin Keegan in 1996-97 (first nine).

In April, Bruno Fernandes created 31 chances in his six appearances in all competitions for Manchester United, seven more than any other Premier League player. He created nine chances in each of his last two Premier League appearances (vs Sheffield United and Burnley), becoming the only player on record to create 9+ chances in consecutive matches (2003-04 onwards).



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My Hack Stuff: Crystal Palace vs Manchester United Matchday Stats Preview
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