Manchester United’s Ander Herrera will be hoping to start against Crystal Palace on Wednesday after recovering from a slight injury.
Herrera missed Man United’s 1-0 win over Aston Villa last time out due to the knock.
United will want to get themselves on the front foot against Palace, who have enjoyed an upturn in form recently, and Herrera should inject some energy into the middle of the park:
Elsewhere, Wayne Rooney will want to continue at No.10 at Old Trafford having returned to full fitness following an injury lay-off.
The United captain started the move that led to United’s winner against Villa and he will be eager to prove his critics wrong ahead of the European Championships this summer.