Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, stated that despite the usual tricky test that a visit to Selhurst Park always seems to pose, his team has a score to settle with Crystal Palace when both sides clash in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
The Red Devils lost 1-3 to Palace at Old Trafford in the opening game of the season.
Speaking to the official Manchester United website, the boss said that loss still rankles and insists he and his players are determined to get back to winning ways away from home in the league.
When asked if patience will be key to breaking down Crystal Palace on Wednesday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replied, “You could say patience but also you need the quality because he (Roy Hodgson) does have a great record of organising his teams.
“They have some very experienced players that know the game. We felt that early on in the first game of the season, of course.
“They counter attacked a few times against us and scored. So we have got a score to settle, to be honest.”
With Edinson Cavani part of the travelling squad headed down to South London after regaining full fitness, the red devil will be hoping to cut off the lead of Premier League leaders Manchester City, who are currently 15 points clear after defeating Wolves last night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are on 50 points after playing out a 0-0 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.
This will be United’s third game in seven days, and a Manchester derby is ahead at The Etihad on Sunday.