How Man Utd could line up against Palace with Cristiano Ronaldo set to start but Sancho, Shaw and Garnacho all doubts
20th May 2022

MANCHESTER UNITED aces will be handed their first chance to impress incoming boss Erik ten Hag on Sunday.

The Dutchman will be at Selhurst Park for the final day of the Premier League season.

United are currently in pole position to secure the final Europa League place, leading West Ham by two points.

But should Palace hold United to a draw or beat them and West Ham win at Brighton, the Red Devils will contest the Europa Conference League next term.

However, some stars are set to miss their Ten Hag audition through injury or illness.

Up and coming youngster Alejandro Garnacho won't play a part this weekend.


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Interim boss Ralf Rangnick confirmed: "Unfortunately Alejandro was ill in the last couple of days.

"Today his first back, he might be back but not sure if he is physically fit to play."

Luke Shaw is also a doubt, with the left-back's wife giving birth to their second child on Friday.

Jadon Sancho and Phil Jones will also miss out.

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Rangnick said: "A few are still question marks. Luke Shaw's wife gave birth to their second baby today, we have to wait and see.

"Today's training one of two couldn't finish, Jadon Sancho and Phil Jones."

David de Gea will see out the season in goal, and he could have a back four made up of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Alex Telles protecting him.

McFred could be the pair manning the midfield, hoping to cut out any danger Palace pose in the final third.

Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Anthony Elanga could start behind Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Alternatively, Diogo Dalot could be the only change and he would start at right-back.

Sunday is a huge game and United need to win it to fend of West Ham.

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