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Man Utd Fans Are Sick and Tired of Seeing Marcus Rashford on the Bench

Man Utd Fans Are Sick and Tired of Seeing Marcus Rashford on the Bench

Manchester United are preparing for a tough trip to Crystal Palace this evening – and supporters are already annoyed with the team line-up before a ball has even been kicked after Marcus Rashford was left on the bench.

United can climb back into second place in the Premier League if they collect all three points from the relegation-threatened Eagles, and some thought Rashford would be chosen to come into the starting XI given Anthony Martial is out injured.

But Jose Mourinho has instead opted for Jesse Lingard on the left-wing, with Rashford forced to kick his heels on the subs bench one more time.

Rashford last started a Premier League match for United in the 2-2 draw at home to Burnley on Boxing Day and has played just 311 minutes of football since then, only 128 minutes of which have come in the league – and those stats are staring to get on the nerves of some Red Devils fans:

It’s a fairly strong United team that’ll turn out at Selhurst Park, but should Rashford be starting?

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