Manchester United will be hoping to revisit last week's most comfortable performance in the Premier League Cup when they beat Palace 3-0 in this round of the Premier League against Crystal Palace. Ten Hach will be looking for United's fourth league win in 2023/24 and will need to catch up with arch-rivals as soon as possible, with City already nine points ahead of the Red Devils and top the Premier League.
The Netherlands boss may make some adjustments ahead of the game to make the starting line-up more dynamic. Lisandro Martinez and Sergio Reguilon will not be able to play in the home league game at Old Trafford due to injury issues, but Ten Hach has brought some good news about some players returning to the team.
Teng said: "We saw some players on Tuesday and a bunch of players came back over the weekend, including Scott McTominay, Christian Eriksen, and they all returned to training. That could allow him to make some adjustments in midfield, and there should be some changes up front, with Rasmus Hoylund replacing Anthony Martial as the Red's striker.
Will Rasmus Hoylund start against Crystal Palace? Ten Hach did not explicitly say that the £85,000-a-week 20-year-old striker has made just five appearances since joining United from Atalanta in the summer transfer window, scoring a goal against Bayern Munich in the Champions League game.
This round of the Premier League is an opportunity for Ten Hach to prove himself once again, and he can let Hoilund play from the opening, give him more game time and have the chance to score a goal or two. Hoylund has started twice in the Premier League so far and, while he has yet to score in the Premier League, the youngster averages 1.3 shots per game and 0.7 key passes per game, and if he can get more playing opportunities he can certainly improve those numbers.
His excellent performances against Bayern allowed Ten Hach to see his potential, and if the Danish striker can maintain his consistent form, he is undoubtedly United's killer. Hoylund scored a Sofascore rating of 7.2 in the Reds' debut game, and his performance was as follows: scoring his first Champions League goal for his new club, while he scored 100% victory in header scrambles, shot twice, conceded only five possessions, and despite a 3-4 defeat, on a personal level he was recognised by Ten Hag.
Well-known scout Jacek Kulig, once praised the young player as "Denmark's Cristiano Ronaldo" and a "rising monster"! In his first two games for the Danish national team, Hoylund scored five goals and will continue to prove himself as a true ace striker if given the chance to lead United's striker. The game against Crystal Palace was an ideal opportunity for United to grab three points, and having Hoylund on was undoubtedly a wise decision for Ten Hag.
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