This game was billed as a ‘cup final’ for Sunderland by their manager Gus Poyet. I think Palace fans could be excused for thinking that they had been here before. Of course, all will remember the last time we took on a team managed by Poyet away from home
Palace make their first of two long trips to the North East in eight days for what could be the most pivotal game of the season. We take on fellow strugglers Sunderland who we have never actually beaten at the Stadium Of Light. Our last away victory against them was back in 1982 at Roker Park.
Ahead of our trip to Sunderland this weekend we spoke to the guys that produce the football magazines Seventy3 and Sixty6. We thank them for their time responding to our questions. Q. How has your season gone so far in your view? It has been the most insane, unpredictable, ridiculous season
Many Palace fans had hoped for a good result in this one before kick off. Truth is, Southampton are a class outfit. An established Premier League side who did a job on us. They have the players to get through games like this and with four of their players in
Palace look to kick off their run in towards the end of the season in good stead as they welcome Southampton to SE25 with confidence high in the Eagles camp after snatching a late draw away at Swansea on Sunday evening. The Saints have hit a bit of a rocky
Next up to take on our questions is Saints fan Connor Armstrong ahead of their visit to Selhurst Park this weekend. We thank Connor for taking the time to share his views with us. Here is what he told us. Q. How has the season gone so far in
There was one defining moment in this game and it came from the safe hands of Julian Speroni. The Argentinian who has yet to see any action for his country must be deep down hoping for a call up ahead of the World Cup in Brazil. A long shot perhaps
Palace and Swansea both have had a change in personnel since the sides last met in September. The previous fixture saw the Swans run out two goal winners under the tenure of Michael Laudrup, however Palace now face a team who are hurting from a midweek defeat to Napoli which
Looking ahead to our trip to Swansea we talking Scott from fan site The Swansea Way into taking on our questions. You can follow Scott on Twitter here and we recommend you head on over to the site as it’s well worth a look. Here is what he told us.
With Palace taking on United in the evening fixture, what we did know before kick off that the earlier results had been kind to us. To perhaps grab a point from the reigning champions could have been a real bonus but a win would be fantastic. Facing facts, we are