Manchester United vs Crystal Palace: Live stream, time and how to watch pre-season online

Manchester United will look for three wins from their first three pre-season games when they face fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace on Tuesday.

The Red Devils beat liverpool and Melbourne Victory in their two friendlies this summer, while Palace will enter this competition following a 2-0 loss to Liverpool in Singapore on Friday.

United boss Erik ten Hag could have a full squad to choose from after the 31-member Tour 2022 party trained in Melbourne ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Crystal Palace.

Will Fish was brought in to replace Axel Tuanzebe, and there was also the welcome sight of David De Gea and Raphael Varane back in training on Monday. The manager had said he expected the pair to join the squad after missing out on a 4-1 win over Melbourne Victory last week.

Meanwhile, England Under-21 midfielder James Garner is building up his fitness and could be in contention for the first outing of the 2022 Tour.

There are other members of the squad who will also want a taste of action against the Eagles, such as Hannibal, who made his first senior start for the club against Patrick Vieira’s men last season. day of the 2021/22 season. Premier League season.

Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez will not be present, as their moves are not yet complete, with the latter still to undergo a medical, finalize personal terms and obtain a UK visa. Ten Hag a confirmed to club media that players will not fly around the world for the remaining matches in Australia.

It’s an 11.10am kick-off in the UK, which translates to 6.10am on the US East Coast and a 2.10am kick-off on the West Coast. …. Ouch

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Possible Manchester United starting line-up: De Gea; Dalot, Maguire, Varane, Shaw; McTominay, Fred; Rashford, Fernandes, Sancho; Martial