03 Mar 2017

Premier League Preview – West Bromwich Albion

The Eagles travel to the Hawthorns this weekend to be reunited with former boss Tony Pulis off the back of a much needed win against Middlesbrough. Consistency is now the key and there is little doubt that Palace boss Sam Allardyce will be keen to build on that hard earned

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03 Mar 2017

The Baggies View

Ahead of this weekend’s trip to the Hawthorns, we had a chat with resident Baggie Dan Watts from popular fan site EighteenSeventyEight to find out about their season so far. Q. The last time we met, the Baggies won at Selhurst Park. Perhaps you could share your thoughts on the

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02 Mar 2017

Fantasy Preview: Match Week 27

If you heeded some of my tips last week then there is no doubt you will have been celebrating the addition of Harry Kane as he scored a first half hat-trick for Spurs and an assist to boot. Even better points if you captained him! Romelu Lukaku was also a success and

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02 Mar 2017

Dundee Demolish Motherwell

Well, that was bloody outstanding from Dundee this weekend. It only took forty-five minutes to conquer Motherwell on their own ground to claim all three points. In that forty-five minute period, we demolished them by ploughing the ball into the back of their net on FIVE occasions. We did have a

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01 Mar 2017

Foxes Prepare For Life After Ranieri As His Former Side Maintain Lead

Chelsea’s lead at the top of the table was aided by Arsenal, Manchester United and Manchester City’s lack of involvement in match week 26. The Blues beat Swansea City 3-1 on Saturday with goals coming from Cesc Fabregas, Pedro and Diego Costa. Antonio Conte’s side maintained their ten point lead

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28 Feb 2017

Would Relegation Be So Bad? (Part 2)

I don’t want Crystal Palace to take a trip back to the Championship, especially if Brighton are going to get promoted. But relegation from the Premier League could be the chance to take the metaphorical broom out of the closet and give the squad a spring clean

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27 Feb 2017

Premier League Statistics: Crystal Palace 1-0 Middlesbrough

MATCH FACTS Date – 25th February 2017 Venue – Selhurst Park Attendance – 25,416 Referee – Robert Madley Bookings – Ward, Cabaye, Fabio Goals – van Aanholt (34) Star Eagle – van Aanholt (7.8) TEB VERDICT There was a very welcome return of passion, belief and heart emanating from the

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26 Feb 2017

You Gotta Have Faith

It’s very difficult to take solace from anything about our performances over the last 14 months, it’s been a miserable time to be a Palace fan. Watching our demise can be likened to Aston Villa fans watching their team last season, and our awful performances have merited the few points

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24 Feb 2017

Premier League Preview – Middlesbrough

There is no doubt that the next fixture to take place at Selhurst Park is a huge game for both sides as the Eagles welcome Middlesbrough to South London. Following the debacle of the last game at Selhurst, Palace were arguably unlucky to lose at Stoke City but after a

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24 Feb 2017

Fantasy Preview – Match Week 26

The Premier League returns this weekend after a short break to make way for the FA Cup. Some of my tips for your teams below may or may not have been influenced by performances in the cup last weekend, but there are a few that are worth taking a serious note

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