Mourinho Provides Injury Update On Three Key Players

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Manchester United won five matches and draw one matches in this season.

It's little wonder we're six games in and Palace still don't have a league goal to their name yet so far this season.

Crysal Palace are still without a goal this season while United claimed yet another 4-goal haul as they ran away 4-0 winners.

The Eagles have lost all six of their league fixtures so far, are yet to score and are onto their second manager of the campaign.

The result left Palace rooted to the bottom of the table after a record seventh successive defeat without a goal to start the season.

Anthony Martial is a doubt for United having hobbled off in their midweek Champions League victory against CSKA Moscow.

With that in mind, a comfortable home victory appears the most likely outcome as United look to move three points clear at the top of the table.

Fortune said on MUTV: "We shouldn't be making any excuses".

Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United versus Ajax Europa League final
GETTY Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed the end of last season due to a serious knee injury

"We rotated after playing in the Champions League". Jose Mourinho made changes in Moscow so he'll make a few more changes tomorrow but United fans will be hoping to see the name of Anthony Martial on the teamsheet after an impressive showing in Russian Federation.

Now at Derby County the 43-year-old is still considered one of the most exciting young coaches in the game, although critics would perhaps point to his lack of experience if he were considered for the Palace job.

Louis van Gaal then took over but proved another unpopular choice in his two seasons in charge, with the Dutchman favouring a slow, possession-based game over the Reds' traditional fast and attack-minded approach.

Juan Mata celebrates after scoring the opener.

United had not tested Wayne Hennessey since its opener, but ruthlessly doubled its lead in the 35th minute. "He is scoring goals, his energy is fantastic - the way he works without the ball". "I have confidence as the manager trusts me, I always give everything for the team".

Southampton looked set to make Stoke pay for that when they levelled with 15 minutes left through defender Maya Yoshida, who volleyed in from six yards.

Watford, though, reduced the deficit in the 37th minute through Abdoulaye Doucoure and snatched a dramatic equaliser when Richarlison nodded in from a free-kick in the fifth minute of added time.

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