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Manchester United predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace - Premier League

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Manchester United play their last game of the season against Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon after a 15-day hiatus.

Ralf Rangnick and co have had more than two weeks to mull over arguably their most embarrassing defeat of the campaign. Although, the 4-0 loss to Brighton has plenty of competition for that undignified honour.

Here's the lineup Rangnick may deploy to end a dire season with a final flourish.

David de Gea (GK) - If Manchester United's ever-present shot-stopper is turned to once again, he will have appeared in every minute of three of the last four Premier League seasons.Diogo Dalot (RB) - The Portuguese fullback was overlooked for more than half of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's matches in charge this season but has been repeatedly called upon by Rangnick.Victor Lindelof (CB) - 'Iceman' has been deployed ahead of club captain Harry Maguire during the season's closing stages.Raphael Varane (CB) - For the first time since he was a 17-year-old at Lens, Varane is set to finish the season outside the division's top three.Alex Telles (LB) - With Luke Shaw returning to training, Telles once again has some competition for the left-back spot.Scott McTominay (CM) - This season alone, McTominay has amassed as many yellow cards (nine) as he racked up across his first 90 Premier League appearances.Nemanja Matic (CM) - Despite revealing his intention to leave the club this summer, Matic has started Manchester United's last five matches of the season.Bruno Fernandes (AM) - No outfield player has been selected more often by Rangnick since he replaced Solskjaer in December.Anthony Elanga (RW) - Hoisted aloft as 'an example and as a role model' by his gushing manager, Rangnick's hefty praise for Elanga does also serve as a vehicle to criticise the squad's senior players.Cristiano Ronaldo (ST) - Manchester United's leading scorer is set to make his first trip to Selhurst Park since March 2005, when he came on for Quinton Fortune in the second half.Marcus Rashford (LW) - After recovering from a bout of bronchitis, Rashford may have earned his first away start since the beginning of April with Jadon Sancho only just back from a spell of tonsillitis himself.

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