Published: Wed, February 27, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

BBC Sport pundit reveals his prediction for Crystal Palace v Man United

BBC Sport pundit reveals his prediction for Crystal Palace v Man United

Currently, Man City are one point adrift of Premier League leaders Liverpool with 11 games to go, the Pep Gardiola tutored-side are expected to intensify their training on Tuesday ahead of Premier League date with the Hammers. At this time of year, when half a season's worth of fixtures seem to be crammed into the space of a month or two, it's all too easy to have a short memory.

In a report covered by The Mirror, it is claimed that Sir Alex has been impressed with the transformation under Ole and has already told his close mates that his former player is the right person for the permanent role.

The ankle injury Firmino suffered at Manchester United last weekend is not as serious as initially feared, Jürgen Klopp revealed at his pre-match press conference.

The influential Liverpool striker left Manchester United on crutches on Sunday after turning his ankle during the first half. "We will have a good team out on the pitch".

"When you have the opportunity to fight until the end, to fight for the title, then the power, the energy that gives you that is higher than any excuses you find".

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Guardiola said: "Still they are leading this tournament". I want to see the desire that we want to win the title. "Sometimes they have the result, but we don't look at them in detail, we just see they are winning". "It was Liverpool. He was desperate to play".

"Now even if you discount one of those players on the injury list, Mason Greenwood who's a youngster, very highly-rated youngster but he's not a first-team regular, you have Lingard, Mata, Rashford, Herrera, Jones, Matic, Darmian, Valencia, Martial all out".

But something unexpected happened: Old Trafford got loud, really loud, as if aware that their team needed extra help, and the endless noise barreling around the ground appeared to rub off on the players, who produced a wonderfully accomplished defensive performance to deny Liverpool a huge win. It's in their hands but our hands too. "The only thing we can do is put on pressure, so they feel we are there and we are going to win and win and win".

"That's not the case this time, but we have the options which we will choose for the start, one of them and maybe during the game a second one".

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