MANCHESTER UNITED were scheduled to take on Crystal Palace in their next Premier League clash this today. – but the tragic news of the Queen’s death means otherwise.
The Red Devils defeated a tough Arsenal side 3-1 at Old Trafford last week to make it four wins in a row in the league.
Though United were outplayed for large periods of the game, they put on a counter-attacking masterclass in the second half to overcome the Gunners.
New boy Antony scored the opener and Marcus Rashford put the game to bed with two goals late in the match.
And Erik Ten Hag’s men were hoping to take on Palace, who have started the season in inconsistent form.
However, with the devastating news of Queen Elizabeth passing away on Thursday, September 8, the Red Devils will have to wait a little longer before taking on Patrick Vieira’s side.
Is Crystal Palace vs Man Utd going ahead this weekend?
- Man Utd’s trip to Crystal Palace was scheduled to get underway from 4.30pm UK time today – Sunday, September 11.
- However, the devastating news of the Queen’s death has forced Premier League chiefs to postpone the match.
- The last time the two sides played was the final game of the 2021/22 season, when Palace beat United 1-0 but the tragic news of the Queen dying means the Red Devils will have to wait to get revenge.