Despite the narrow defeat to title chasing Spurs in midweek, the target remains to continue the recent run of great form and secure mathematical safety sooner rather than later. While many suspect thirty-eight points will be just enough to see the Eagles enter their fifth consecutive season in the Premier
In the penultimate Premier League match of the season at Selhurst Park, the Eagles welcome Burnley to South London so we had a chat with Tyrone Marshall from the Lancashire Telegraph to get the lowdown on the Clarets. Q. The last time the two sides met, Burnley won 3-2 at Turf Moor
MATCH FACTS Date – 26th April 2017 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,596 Referee – Jon Moss Bookings – Wanyama, Walker, Kane, Ward, Milivojevic, Zaha Goals – Eriksen (78) Star Eagle – Luka Milivojevic (7.6) TEB VERDICT An excellent first half showing was not matched by a tiring Palace side.
After the terrific win at Anfield, the Eagles head back to Selhurst Park knowing that another three poins from their last five games will go a long want to securing a fifth successive season in the Premier League. The visit of Spurs to South London presents its own challenges. With
In our latest chat with the opposition we did not have to go far as resident Tottenham Hotspur fan Kevin DeVries was more than ready to take on our line of questioning ahead of the short trip to South London. Q. How has the season been for Spurs so far?
Palace Ladies travelled the long road to Coventry this weekend to play an in-form opponent, occupying the place above them in the FA Women’s Premier League. The teams had previously played out a draw on the opening day of the season and Palace had won the intervening cup fixture between
MATCH FACTS Date – 23rd April 2017 Venue – Anfield Attendance – 53,086 Referee – Andre Marriner Bookings – Benteke, Grujic, Milivojevic Goals – Coutinho (24), Benteke (42) Star Eagle – Christian Benteke (8.6) TEB VERDICT Even going a goal down did not deter this team in what was an
As the season is drawing to a close I needed a distraction from the ‘Wenger Out’ campaigns so I thought I’d take a look at our last four years of transfers.
This weekend sees a return for the Eagles to what has been a happy hunting ground in recent seasons knowing that three points will all but secure a place in the Premier League next season. Palace have found form just at the right time with Sam Allardyce overseeing four wins
Remember the date, and remember where you were, because it’s finally happened. Four years we’ve waited, and four years it’s taken for Brighton to recover from the psychological blow delivered by Wilfried Zaha on a glorious Monday night in 2013. Since then, fans on the South Coast have been left