Manchester United have never lost a Premier League game against Crystal Palace in 16 previous meetings (W13 D3 L0). The only team they've faced as often without losing are Charlton Athletic (W14 D2 L0). United are 1.182/11 to win.
Crystal Palace's last league victory over Manchester United came in May 1991 at Selhurst Park - Ian Wright scoring one and John Salako netting a brace in a 3-0 win. They are 23.022/1 to roll back the years with another victory.
However, their most recent victory over Manchester United came in the League Cup in November 2011 - Darren Ambrose and Glenn Murray scoring in a 2-1 win in the quarter-final. You can lay Manchester United at 1.192/11.
Manchester United have won 10 consecutive home top-flight matches against Crystal Palace, conceding just two goals in that time - both in the same game, a 5-2 win in December 2004. United are 1.635/8 to win half-time/full-time.
Eight of Manchester United's 17 Premier League goals so far this season have arrived in the final 10 minutes of matches (47.1%) - as it stands, this is the highest proportion by any team in any single Premier League season. The draw half-time/Manchester United full-time double result is 4.57/2.
Crystal Palace are the first side in England's top four tiers to lose their first six games of the season without scoring. Manchester United are 1.674/6 to win to nil.
The Eagles are the only team in Europe's 'big five' leagues yet to score a goal in league competition this season. Under 2.5 goals is 2.486/4.
Romelu Lukaku has scored six goals in his first six Premier League appearances for Manchester United - the record tally of goals by a Man Utd player in their opening seven PL games for the club is held by Andrew Cole (seven goals). Lukaku is 1.574/7 to score.
Romelu Lukaku has scored 19 goals in his last 21 Premier League appearances - in comparison, Crystal Palace have scored 18 goals in their last 21 Premier League matches. He's 3.39/4 to score the first goal.
Juan Mata's next Premier League appearance will be his 200th in the competition. Just six Spanish players have previously reached this landmark in the Premier League - David de Gea, David Silva, Cesc Fabregas, Pepe Reina, Mikel Arteta & Fernando Torres. Mata is 3.211/5 to mark the occasion with a goal.