Wilfried Zaha: How I feel about taking on former club Manchester United

Crystal Palace looked in danger of dropping into the relegation battle earlier in the month.

But a three-match unbeaten run, including a 1-0 win over Norwich, has all but secured Alan Pardew’s side’s survival for next season.

Last time out Palace held Arsenal to a 1-1 draw at the Emirates, and now Zaha has said that Palace can play without the pressure and start enjoying themselves.

“The point at Arsenal was massive and reaching 39 points is big,’ said Zaha.

“Now we go to United without much pressure and we can show what we can do.

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