Manchester United will go into Wednesday's UEFA Europa League final fresh from a victory in their last domestic fixture this term, debutant Josh Harrop scoring in a 2-0 defeat of Crystal Palace.
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Man. United 2-0 Crystal Palace (Harrop 15; Pogba 19)
Line-up: Pereira; Fosu-Mensah, Bailly, Jones, Mitchell; McTominay, Tuanzebe, Pogba (Carrick 45); Lingard (Martial 45), Rooney (Angel Gomes 89), Harrop.
Form guide (all competitions, most recent first): WDLDLW
- José Mourinho rested a raft of key players for Wednesday's final as Manchester United ended their domestic season with a comfortable win to finish sixth in the Premier League. The turnover meant debuts for left-back Demetri Mitchell and Josh Harrop on the left side of the attack – and it proved a dream day for 21-year-old Harrop as he struck the opening goal, picking up a fine Paul Pogba pass and demonstrating quick footwork in the area before unleashing an excellent strike. Pogba then increased the lead himself and was replaced ahead of the half-time break, after which 16-year-old Angel Gomes came on to become the first Premier League player born this century.
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Form guide (all competitions, most recent first): WLWWLL