Luke Shaw twisted his ankle during the 2 - 2 against Southampton and was replace by young Brandon Williams, but the graduate also had to to taken out of the pitch after suffering a nasty cut under his eyes.
And speaking ahead of palace game, Ole Gunnar Solsjaer has raised doubt over the fitness of the duo.
"Luke Shaw has gotten a swollen ankle, I will give him much time to recover, it was a twist on his ankle."
"Bradon eye, he cut up his eye there, so I don't really know, we have trained this morning, none of them trained yesterday, so they were both swollen, I will give the much time to recover.
"The team selection on Thursday is base on Thursday, not on Sunday, Sunday is irrelevant, it doesn't come into my head at all, is all Thursday ".
WILL LUKE SHAW AND WILLIAMS MISS OUT
The duo reported to carrigton a day after a draw with the Saints at Old Trafford, and they are not fully fit and with a crucial with with Chelsea on Sunday, Solsjaer might not want to risk either the two players at Selhurst park.
So Luke Shaw and Brandon Williams are not available then the manager will consider a switch in formation.
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