Man Utd vs Crystal Palace: Where to watch plus latest United team news
Everything you need to know about Manchester United’s next pre-season game.
The Red Devils made relatively light work of Liverpool and Melbourne Victory last week, scoring four goals in each game.
The latter was staged at Melbourne’s famous cricket ground, which will also host the clash with the Eagles.
The game will be another opportunity for Erik ten Hag to test his side against a Premier League opponent, with United also due to play Aston Villa on Saturday.
Ahead of the clash with Patrick Vieira’s men, here’s all the key information…
When is Man Utd vs Crystal Palace?
The game takes place on Tuesday 19 July and kicks off at 11.10am UK time, that’s 9.10pm in Melbourne.
Where to watch Man Utd vs Crystal Palace
United will be showing the game live on their official platforms, including their TV channel MUTV.
The club will also stream the game on their website and app, provided you have an MUTV membership. Joining MUTV currently costs £7.99 per month or £29.99 for a year.
What’s the latest Man Utd team news?
David de Gea and Raphael Varane both missed last week’s win over Melbourne, but are expected to be fit for Tuesday’s match.
"David, you saw against Liverpool, he fell out [injured] but he trains already and is back on the training pitch," Ten Hag said after Friday’s win.
"Rapha is also training but, yeah, something small, and I expect him back on the training pitch."
Indeed, both players were photographed training on Monday are likely to be involved against Palace, as should Harry Maguire, who played in the win over Melbourne but missed the Liverpool game due to a knock.
Axel Tuanzebe left the group last week due to a ‘small personal issue’ and was replaced by Will Fish, with Phil Jones and Brandon Williams not making the journey out to Australia.
Ten Hag also gave another indication of which current players he’s not keen on, when he failed to give Aaron Wan-Bissaka minutes on Friday, instead opting to play youth-team right-back Ethan Laird in the second half.