I DON'T get the criticism of Davie Moyes after just three games in charge of Man United.
Do fans not remember how long it took Sir Alex Ferguson to get it right when he arrived at the club from Aberdeen.
Moyes proved himself a decent job at Everton without winning anything and I'm sure he'll get it right when he settles in at Old Trafford.
Saturday should see an improvement in fortunes and after a tough start it's newly-promoted Crystal Palace (12.45pm) who roll up at the champions.
Oddschecker point out that since Palace were last in the top flight eight years ago United have kept 18 clean sheets in 24 home games against newly-promoted clubs.
So get your dosh on the Reds winning to nil at x-x and remember Moyes pays more attention to defence than Fergie did. His sides were more likely to win 3-1 or 4-1 than 1-0 or 2-0.
United are no bigger than 2-9 to win the match but a victory and a clean sheet pays 1-1 at Coral.
Marouane Fellaini could make his debut but the man to back for first goal is Robin van Persie who netted three goals out of the four a huffing and puffing Holland side netted against Estonia and Andorra in the World Cup double-header.
United lost just three league games at home last season and haven't lost to Palace in the league since 1991.
Palace though will probably hold United to 2-0 or 3-0 and the latter is my Saturday Bonkers Bet at 9-1 with William Hill.
United to win to nil
Van Persie to score first
(3-1, William Hill)
(9-1, William Hill)