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The bottom two teams in the Premier League will go head to head this weekend, with Crystal Palace playing host to Sunderland. The match will be played in Selhurt Park on Saturday afternoon.
The Glaziers are coming in this match after a much needed win. In the midweek, they visited AFC Bournemouth, whom they managed to defeat by 2-0 and moved to the 18th place in the table. The Black Cats too, are coming in this game after what was possibly their best performance of the season. They played host to Tottenham Hotspur, whom they held to a goalless draw.
Both the teams have had a pretty disappointing season so far. The visitors are at the bottom of the table, with three points needed at least, to get out of the relegation zone. Crystal Palace on the other hand need just a win to escape it. However, their record at home is as bad as the record of Sunderland, as the visitors.
When the two teams last met, it ended in an intense 3-2 win for the Glaziers. The stakes are high this time around, and with Sunderland's new signings, they'll have a fighting chance. Both the sides have shown massive improvement off lately, and this time around too, we can expect an fierce clash.
Monday night football will see Crystal Palace welcome Sunderland at the Selhurst Park. This game will take place on November 23, 2015 at 20:00 hours BST.
Crystal Palace fans will be excited with news of a new investment coming into the team. The players will be pumped and given their current form, Alan Pardew's men will be looking to come out with a win in this home game against a reeling Sunderland. Yohan Cabaye has pulled most strings in midfield while Yanick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha have been great on the wings as well.
Sunderland haven't been in great form even after a managerial change. The players seem to have lost that fighting spirit and have not been able to put in a team performance when on the field. Players with experience like Jermain Defoe, Fabio Borini etc. need to stand up and be counted. A win in this game will still see them remain the bottom three in the league, a loss could see them go to the foot of the table.
Crystal Palace, given the home conditions should be easily able to come out with the win and keep the hopes of the management and the fans of a top half finish in the season alive.
Monday night football will see Crystal Palace take on Sunderland on November 3, 2014. The game is set to kick-off at Selhurst Park on November 3, 2014 at 20:00 hours BST.
Both the teams have had a thought time in the Premier League so far and are lying in the bottom half of the table. Sunderland is in fact in the relegation zone while Palace is in 16th spot. A loss of either team will see them stay close or in the relegation.
Palace has not managed to win a single of their last three games, while Sunderland on the other hand have managed just one win from their last three games. None of the teams are playing good quality football and hence expecting them to climb up the table is unlikely.
Steven Fletcher of Sunderland has shown good form in a few games but has lacked consistency just like his team has.
Palace has lost their spark over the last few weeks and has had a leaky defence conceding six goals in just their last three games. In comparison to Sunderland, much less as they concede ten in their last two.
This game promises to be a high scoring affair with weak defences on both sides but picking a winner is not easy.
Crystal Palace and Sunderland will meet for the first time in the Premier League when they lock horns at Selhurst Park. Watch Crystal Palace vs Sunderland live from the comfort of your pc by joining Free-football.tv today.
It has been a difficult start to the league for newly promoted Palace, with the Eagles going down to Tottenham Hotspur and Stoke City in their opening two games. To add to their misery, they were dumped out of the Capital One Cup in midweek by League one opposition.
Sunderland also looked to suffer a Cupset but four goals in the final quarter saw them prevail 4-2 over Milton Keynes Dons after trailing 2-0. The Black Cats have had a mixed season so far- they played well against Fulham but lost in their season opener, and played poorly against Southampton but came away with a point.
Palace’s last home win in the Premier League came back in 2005 against Liverpool and manager Ian Holloway will be keen for a win against Sunderland to lift his players’ sagging spirits.
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