Patrick Vieria has made three changes to his Crystal Palace starting XI for tonight's Premier League clash with Everton at Goodison Park Crystal Palace have made three changes to their starting XI for tonight’s Premier League match against Everton at Goodison Park. The Toffees are in desperate need of three points to keep their top-flight survival hopes alive, knowing anything other than a win tonight will take the relegation battle to the final day of the season.
Crystal Palace’s official Twitter account has confirmed the return of right-back Nathan Ferguson to training after posting pictures of the young man following a slew of injuries that has kept him out for the majority of the season. The south London outfit have enjoyed a great maiden season under boss Patrick Vieira as they currently sit 13th in the Premier League table, only a measly three points off the top 10, with the possibility to finish as high as eighth if they win their remaining games and other results go in their favour.
Crystal Palace drew 1-1 with Aston Villa on Sunday after Jeffrey Schlupp cancelled out Ollie Watkins' opener with ten minutes remianing Crystal Palace goalscorer Jeffrey Schlupp says he hopes his strike against Aston Villa pleased Patrick Vieira after the Eagles boss had told him to impact the game off the bench.
Latest Aston Villa news brings you the transcript from Steven Gerrard's press conference after today's 1-1 draw with Palace Steven Gerrard outlined how his Aston Villa players "only had themselves to blame" after conceding a needless free-kick which led to Jeffrey Schlupp's 81st-minute equaliser. Villa were well on their way to all three points after Ollie Watkins put them ahead but, with less than 10 minutes remaining, Palace pegged Villa back after Joachim Andersen and Marc Guehi combined before Schlupp tapped home from a yard out.
Hear from Patrick Vieira as we preview Crystal Palace's Premier League trip to Villa Park on Sunday afternoon Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira will speak to the media at Copers Cope this afternoon to preview his side’s trip to Aston Villa on Sunday. The Eagles are looking to push themselves back into the top half of the Premier League table after dropping down to 11th while the teams around them played during midweek.
The Crystal Palace chairman gave his thoughts on the current squad and how he has been working behind the scenes on deals Crystal Palace co-owner and chairman Steve Parish says he is currently in the process of rewarding several players for what they’ve achieved this season. The Eagles have impressed under new manager Patrick Vieira and are on the cusp of a top-ten finish in the Premier League having already reached the semi-finals of the FA Cup this season.
‘That’s not entirely in our hands’ – Palace chairman Steve Parish on future of Chelsea loanee Conor Gallagher
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish says that the decision about whether the club can bring Conor Gallagher back next season lies with the midfielder himself and Chelsea. The 22-year-old has excelled during his season-long loan at Selhurst Park from Thomas Tuchel’s Blues. Gallagher has made 36 appearances this season and scored eight goals in all competitions.
The on-loan Chelsea midfielder was voted the Crystal Palace Player of the Year for his stellar 2021/22 campaign in south London Conor Gallagher has won Crystal Palace's Player of the Year award following a stellar campaign in red and blue. The 22-year-old midfielder signed on loan from Chelsea last summer and immediately endeared himself to fans for his tireless efforts in the middle of the park and his eye for goal.
EAGLES defender Marc Guehi is not facing a long stretch on the sidelines after he limped off during the club's win over Watford. The England international took a blow to his ankle against the Hornets and was forced to be substituted and had to limp off the pitch.
Crystal Palace and England boosted as star player's injury is not serious EAGLES defender Marc Guehi is not facing a long stretch on the sidelines after he limped off during the club's win over Watford. The England international took a blow to his ankle against the Hornets and was forced to be substituted and had to limp off the pitch.
Marc Guehi has impressed for Crystal Palace this season, having joined the Premier League side from Chelsea last summer, earning a call-up to the England squad with his performances Premier League fans have struggled to guess who the only player to dribble past Crystal Palace star Marc Guehi.
Chelsea letting defender Marc Guehi join Crystal Palace last summer was a surprise, says Tom Barclay of The Sun. The 21-year-old, who has been described as an “absolute tank” by Stoke City’s Josef Bursik, moved to Selhurst Park in an £18m deal and has not looked back ever since.
Marc Guehi WILL be cleared to play for England this summer and should feature for Crystal Palace again this season... after an ankle injury against Watford cast doubt over his availability
Marc Guehi suffered an ankle problem in Crystal Palace's victory over Watford It raised concerns that he would not be fit to play for England this summer But Gareth Southgate has been cleared to select the defender in his squad Guehi should also be able to play for Palace again before the end of the season
Take a read of everything the Crystal Palace boss said following his side's 1-0 victory over Watford Happy with the win? Yes, I am really pleased with the win today and the number of points that we have. Of course, we want to perform well to try to win football matches.
Crystal Palace, while are in a very similar position to when Roy Hodgson left them in terms of league place, have experienced an FA Cup semi-final and seen the average age of their squad drop from 28.8 to 27 this season under Vieira. This is largely down to the likes of Marc Guehi, Michael Olise and Odsonne Edouard all arriving in the summer, while a lot of older players have departed as free agents under Vieira, but someone that’s stuck around is Benteke and is now the fifth-oldest in the squad to have started at least seven league games.
The 29-year-old has scooped the award for the first time this season after his goals for the Eagles in the top-flight Ivory Coast international Wilfried Zaha has been named Crystal Palace’s Player of the Month for April after his superb display in the Premier League. The 29-year-old was in great form for the Eagles during the month as he scored three times.
Crystal Palace defender Marc Guehi hailed the significance of his side turning around a run of four games without a win after a 2-1 victory at Southampton on Saturday. “It’s extremely important and puts the team in a good place,” said the former Cray Wanderers player to the South London Press about the victory which puts the Eagles back in contention for a top 10 Premier League finish.
Chelsea included a ‘matching clause’ into the deal that took defender Marc Guehi to Crystal Palace, according to The Sun journalist Tom Barclay. The 21-year-old departed his boyhood club on a permanent basis last July after the Eagles stumped up £18 million to secure his services following an outstanding 2020/21.
Antonio Rudiger's departure from Chelsea was confirmed on the weekend and the centre back is set to be part of a ridiculous list of defenders who have left the Premier League club in just a year. Rudiger's contract expires at the end of the season and it had long been expected the German would leave the club, considering he hadn't accepted any new contracts.
There is no way around this for Chelsea, losing two senior defenders in Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger reflects the club's short-termism catching up with them There has always been an excuse for why Chelsea's defensive contract crisis has unfolded this season. Be that the reality both Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger showed levels of form after Thomas Tuchel's appointment that they had not before.