Big news from United this morning that Mr Wayne Rooney is straight back in action against Crystal Palace. Looks like he has recovered quickly from the much pictured head injury he picked up.
No starting spot for Fellaini today but I would expect to see him today as the game progresses.
A strong 11 from United and a team that needs a result to get themselves back up and running as GW3 already feels like a lifetime ago. David Moyes should have the team up for this.
David Moyes and Fantasy Managers across the country will expect, no demand – have you seen that stare? – a clean sheet at home to Crystal Palace, and left-back Patrice Evra (£6.5m) will be crucial to his hopes of achieving one.
The Frenchman weighed in with a career-best four goals and six assists on the way to last season’s Premier League title, and having seen United’s move for Leighton Baines fail this summer he’ll be determined to show his quality once again.
Newly-promoted Palace will surely be on the back foot throughout the contest early on Saturday afternoon, and with United seeking to get back to winning ways they could find themselves in for a rough ride.
Evra will be doing everything he can to get forward and supplement his side’s attack as well as keep things tight at the back, and he could be a useful asset to your side as Fantasy action resumes.