All done here, then. Crystal Palace will be disappointed with just a point, they dominated United this afternoon who provided another toothless performance and are now gone just over 300 minutes without scoring a goal.

FULL TIME: Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United

Heading into extra time now at Selhurst Park. United are still looking woefully short of ideas while Palace are mounting the pressure. Ashley Young, to his credit, has done exceptionally well since coming on at right back.

United's final change sees Jesse Lingard come on for Juan Mata.

Palace in again! Young denies Bolasie a one on one with an excellent sliding challenge but the ball breaks kindly to Gayle just inside the right of the box. He fires low on goal, but De Gea makes the save with his legs. Palace are all over United.

Palace close again! Dann towers above Fellaini and slams a towering header on goal from a corner but it flies just wide of the post.

Palace so close to breaking the deadlock! Fellaini misses a header, allowing Bolasie to shift the ball wide to Ward who lifts in a brilliant cross. Cabaye is perfectly placed to slam it home on the volley but he doesn't get the right connection and the ball sails past De Gea's far post,

And now Marouane Fellaini is on for Schweinsteiger.

Ashley Young is on to replace... Matteo Darmian. The right back has been booked but that is still a rather peculiar one.

United have been thoroughly abysmal going forward this half. They have lost the ball on each occasion they've crossed the half way line and Palace are forcing them into mistake after mistake with ease.

Zaha and Darmian have been sharing an enduring battle throughout this second half but the Italian gets the better of it this time, holding off the winger fairly despite cries of anger from the Palace end.

Darmian is now in the book after hauling down Zaha after he cleverly flicked the ball past the Italian.

Palace waste the free kick and United are suddenly on the break, with Rooney freeing Herrera down the inside right flank but the Spaniard sees his cross blocked.

Chris Smalling ins into the book, hauling down Dwight Gayle after being turned by the Palace forward.

And we are back underway at Selhurst Park.

HALF TIME: Crystal Palace 0-0 Manchester United

Neat play from United, started by a clever flick from Rooney, sees Mata shift the ball wide to Martial who holds the ball before slipping an inviting cross in for Herrera, but the Spaniard loses his footing at the wrong moment.

Cabaye does brilliantly on the edge of his box, taking the ball on the chest to ease past Scheiderlin before lifting the ball over Smalling for Gayle, but he can't get any power in his strike and De Gea easily saves.

Martial cuts in the from the left wing and threads a wonderful ball through for Rooney who has slipped in behind the Palace backline. The United skipper isn't quite quick enough to get their first however and Hennessey rushes out to collect.

Mata makes a right mug out of Kelly, letting the ball run on before flicking it through the defender's legs before trying to thread a ball through for Rooney but the Spaniard slightly overhits his pass.

Mata and Rooney try to work an intricate one two from that free kick but the latter makes a hash of it and Palace can clear.

Martin Kelly goes into the book now for pulling down Martial, who had scampered past him down the left flank.

Mata runs over the free kick, leaving it for Rooney who curls it over the wall but doesn't get enough pace on it to beat Hennessey.

United have grown into this a tad now, enjoying spells of possession. Mata earns a free kick on the edge of D, caught by the stray leg of Dann.

Yohan Cabaye is booked for a really poor challenge from behind on his countryman Schneiderlin, dragging his studs down the back of the United man's ankles.

Palace are totally running the show here. United have barely been able to get the ball out of their own half and they can thank De Gea once again for keeping it goalless after 15 minutes.

Palace close again! From a corner, Dann is at it again, outjumping Smalling to power a header on goal that De Gea palms over. From the resulting corner there is an almighty scramble that United just about manage to get clear.

So close from Bolasie! Dann chests the ball down to the winger who lashes a shot across goal that De Gea manages to palm away.

Mata is penalised for a high boot and Palace have a free kick over the left. Cabaye swings it into the box towards Scott Dann...

Already the energetic Bolasie, Zaha and Gayle are causing United plenty of problems, putting the opposition under intense pressure and feeding off the scraps.

Darmian is almost pressured into a mistake this time out on the right but De Gea is off his line quickly to sweep clear.

Wilfried Zaha has a point to prove today after his miserable spell with United, flicking the ball inside from the right and switching play to Bolasie. He loses control, but is almost allowed back in when Rojo is slow to clear the ball but his shot is easily collected by De Gea.

And we are off and underway at Selhurst Park.

Our focus here will be on the match at Selhurst Park but here's all the team news ahead of the 3pm kick offs.

Here's all your team news from our six 3pm kick offs.

Crystal Palace v Manchester United

Palace: Kelly, Dann, Delaney (c), Ward; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie; Gayle

Subs: Speroni, Hangeland, Jedinak, Ledley, Lee, Sako, Bamford

United: De Gea, Darmian, Blind, Smalling, Rojo, Schneiderlin, Schweinsteiger, Herrera, Mata, Martial, Rooney.

Subs: Romero, Tuanzebe, Young, Carrick, Lingard, Pereira, Fellaini

Swansea City v Arsenal

Swans: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Williams (C), Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng, Shelvey, Ayew, Sigurdsson, Montero, Gomis

Subs: Nordfeldt, Rangel, Bartley, Cork, Britton, Barrow, Eder

Arsenal: Cech, Bellerin, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ozil, Campbell, Sanchez, Giroud

Subs: Macey, Gabriel, Debuchy, Gibbs, Chambers, Flamini, Iwobi

Watford v West Ham

Watford: Gomes, Nyom, Cathcart, Britos, Ake; Capoue, Watson; Abdi, Deeney (c), Anya; Ighalo

Subs: Arlauskis Prödl, Paredes, Behrami, Guedioura, Ibarbo, Diamanti

West Ham: Adrian, Jenkinson, Collins, Tomkins, Cresswell, Noble (c), Kouyate, Lanzini, Payet, Moses, Carrol

Subs: Randolph (GK), Zarate, Valencia, O'Brien, Ogbonna, Jelavic, Antonio

Manchester City v Norwich City

Man City: Hart, Sagna, Kompany (C), Otamendi, Kolarov, Toure, Fernandinho, Navas, De Bruyne, Bony, Iheanacho

Subs: Caballero, Demichelis, Mangala, Fernando, Garcia, Roberts, Sterling

Norwich: Ruddy; Bennett, Martin (c), Bassong; Brady, Mulumbu, Tettey, Olsson; Howson, Jarvis, Jerome

Subs: Whittaker, Grabban, Hoolahan, Dorrans, Redmond, O'Neil

West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City

West Brom: Myhill, Dawson, McAuley, Evans, Brunt, Fletcher (c), Yacob, McClean, Sessegnon, Berahino, Rondon

Subs: Lindegaard; Olsson, Chester, Gardner, Morrison, Lambert, McManaman

Leicester: Schmeichel; Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Schlupp, Albrighton, Drinkwater, Kanté, Mahrez; Ulloa, Vardy

Subs: De Laet, King, Okazaki, Dyer, Chilwell, Schwarzer, Inler.

Tuanzebe, a centre half, has only joined Warren Joyce's Under-21 squad this season but Louis van Gaal has seen fit to award him with a spot on the bench this afternoon.

There is a spot on the United bench for 17-year-old Axel Tuanzebe, the winner of United's Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year last season.

BREAKING: Joel Ward starts for Palace as does Yohan Cabaye, who has passed a late fitness test.

Palace team to face United: Hennessey; Kelly, Dann, Delaney (c), Ward; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie; Gayle.

Subs: Speroni, Hangeland, Jedinak, Ledley, Lee, Sako, Bamford

BREAKING: Wayne Rooney leads the line for United with Anthony Martial starting on the left. Schweinsteiger and Schneiderlin come back into midfield.

United team to face Palace: De Gea, Darmian, Blind, Smalling, Rojo, Schneiderlin, Schweinsteiger, Herrera, Mata, Martial, Rooney.

Subs: Romero, Tuanzebe, Young, Carrick, Lingard, Pereira, Fellaini.

TEAM NEWS – Manchester United: Memphis Depay and James Wilson are unlikely to be available this afternoon while Antonio Valencia is still nursing a foot injury. Midfielders Morgan Schneiderlin, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Ander Herrera will all be well rested after being left on the bench midweek.

Willo [Wilson] was injured but also Memphis Depay was injured. It was a very bad game afterwards because we lost on penalties and also we lost two players. We have to wait and see [how long they are unavailable for] because it was only two days ago.

TEAM NEWS – Crystal Palace: Pardew has had to contend with a number of injury headaches in recent weeks and is likely to be without Yohan Cabaye and Pape Soare for this afternoon's match. Joel Ward came off the bench in the dying minutes of that defeat to Manchester City, but after eight weeks out injured, the Palace boss may be tempted to ease him back in slowly.

The knives have been out this week after Manchester United's turgid performance against Middlesbrough in the Capital One Cup which saw them eliminated on penalties. A failure to breakdown Manchester City in last Sunday's derby can be forgiven, but the insipid stuff on display midweek has seen the cries of discontent grow, led by former Reds Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt.

Louis van Gaal has remained resolute in the face of fresh criticism directed at his tactics and philosophy of the game, and, despite the dour nature of his side's performances, they sit just two points off the Premier League summit. But when Alan Pardew is warning United's football is dull enough to quieten the boisterous Holmesdale End of Selhurst Park, there could be a problem.

Palace meanwhile are just five points off United, but their momentum has slipped a tad after back to back league defeats to West Ham and Crystal Palace, suffering a 5-1 thrashing to Manchester City in the League Cup to boot.