Crystal Palace will be looking to take advantage of Manchester United's weakened side when they meet at Old Trafford. Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.
"Even with a win, this will be Manchester United’s lowest total of home wins in the Premier League era (currently seven, with the previous low nine in 2013/14)."
Palace are 1.991/1 Draw No Bet.
Manchester United have played Crystal Palace 15 times in the Premier League and have never lost (W12 D3). The only side they have played more without tasting defeat is Charlton (16, W14 D2). United are 2.8415/8 to win.
Crystal Palace have lost 12 times to Manchester United in the Premier League, more than any other side they've faced. The home side are 4.77/2 to win half-time/full-time.
Jose Mourinho is unbeaten against Sam Allardyce in the Premier League (W7 D3); only against Mark Hughes has the Manchester United manager won more top-flight contests (8). The draw half-time/Manchester United full-time double result is 6.611/2.
Manchester United have won 16 of their 24 final day matches in the Premier League (D6 L2) - the most wins in the competition. They are 1.991/1 in the Draw No Bet market.
The Eagles have failed to win each of their five Premier League away trips on the final day (D2 L3), conceding 14 goals. Over 2.5 goals is 2.021/1.
Regardless of the result of this match, Manchester United have won the fewest number of games in a single Premier League season (currently 17) - worse than their tally of wins in both 2013-14 and 2015-16 (19 wins). Crystal Palace are 2.8415/8 to win.
Even with a win, this will be Manchester United's lowest total of home wins in the Premier League era (currently seven, with the previous low nine in 2013/14). Palace are 1.991/1 Draw No Bet.
Christian Benteke has scored in his last two Premier League trips to Old Trafford, but both have ended in 1-3 defeats for his side. Benteke is 2.8815/8 to score.
There have been more draws at Old Trafford than at any other Premier League stadium this season (10) and if this game ends as a draw then Manchester United would set a new outright record for the most home draws in a Premier League season (11). The draw is 3.3512/5.