Man Utd predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace - Premier League

Rashford will look to continue his strong form against Palace.
Rashford will look to continue his strong form against Palace. / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages

After a triple cup success, Man Utd will be looking to get their Premier League campaign back on track against Crystal Palace on Saturday.

The Red Devils reached the Carabao Cup final with a 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest across two legs, either side of a 3-1 victory against Reading in the FA Cup.

Now, they prepare to face Crystal Palace for the second time in less than a month.

Here's how Erik ten Hag could set up for the match:

Man Utd predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace (4-2-3-1)

GK: David de Gea - Tom Heaton got the nod in the cup during the week but De Gea will resume duties between the sticks here.

RB: Aaron Wan-Bissaka - AWB's turnaround at Old Trafford has been remarkable and he looks set to start against his former club, having already been excellent against them recently.

CB: Raphael Varane - He may have called time on his international career, but Varane is still going strong at club level.

CB: Lisandro Martinez - The highly popular Argentine defender will be in charge of keeping Odsonne Edouard quiet on Saturday.

LB: Luke Shaw - Shaw played the full 90 minutes against Forest in midweek and looked in great form, so he'll be pushing for another start here to continue the momentum.

CM: Casemiro - One of the first names on the team sheet, Casemiro is absolutely vital to United both with and without the ball.

CM: Fred - Should complete an all-Brazilian double-pivot alongside Casemiro. Fred will be in charge of setting the tempo for Man Utd with Christian Eriksen out.

RW: Antony - Frustrating at times, but Ten Hag continues to keep the faith with Antony, who is capable of unlocking any defence.

AM: Bruno Fernandes - Remains one of United's most effective players. Has three goals and four assists in his last nine appearances across all competitions.

LW: Marcus Rashford - If Casemiro appears early on Ten Hag's selection sheet, Rashford is the first name on it. 10 goals and four assists in 12 post-World Cup games tells the story.

ST: Wout Weghorst - Weghorst isn't exactly scoring for fun, but he's providing a good focal point for the likes of Rashford and Fernandes to work around. He'll be a handful for the Palace centre-backs.