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Manchester United take on Crystal Palace in their last hurdle on the track to the Stockholm finish line. United and Crystal Palace have nothing but pride to play for, as United are already guaranteed to finish a lowly sixth place, while Crystal Palace have won their relegation battle.

United came out on top in the first meeting between the two sides at Selhurst Park, with Paul 'Ikenna' Pogba grabbing a goal and an assist for Zlatan 'Ekwueme' Ibrahimovic on the night.
In the latest team news, Jose Mourinho confirmed his plans to hand debuts to our academy youngsters, with highly rated Youth Team Player of the Year, Axel Tuanzebe retaining his place in the starting XI.

"I will bring Mitchell, he was on the bench. [Scott] McTominay, he was on the bench. Of course, Axel [Tuanzebe]. Of course, Eric Bailly and [Matty] Willock will come too. Josh Harrop will come. Zachary [Dearnley] will come", said the boss in his press conference.

Paul Pogba is set to start in a bid to regain match sharpness, as he missed all of last week's activities while attending his father's burial. Timothy Fosu-Mensah has also been passed fit to play a major role in the clash.

'Oga Fela' however is in a race to get fit for the Europa final, after sustaining a hamstring injury against Southampton. Chris Smalling is also nursing a problem but should be back in time to play a part in the final.

Here's how we expect the boss to line up his boys ahead of the clash.

Let's go United, the UEFA Champions League 'backyard door' trophy at Stockholm awaits#OLUWA IS INVOLVED!

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