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Tottenham Hotspurs will travel to Selhurst Park on January 23, 2015. The game is scheduled to kick off at 15:00 hours BST.
Crystal Palace have not been playing the quality of football that they started out at the beginning of the season. They were hammered for four goals last weekend and will have will be looking at something similar if they are not able to keep the tight defence tight. The manager is not being able to get the best out of this players, the players will have to dig deep when did take on auto to Hotspur side which is looking really little especially after the middle week victory in the FA Cup.
Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur along with Christian Eriksen are are threatening duo for the Palace defence. Last weekend they're attacking play was flawless wind up at five for past Sunderland and will be looking for a similar display in this game. Victory in this game will see them as a serious threat to the top three something which they would've been expecting given the side of the manageress put together the season.
When both the team sheets and recent form as compared it is quite evident that the Tottenham Hotspur team seems to be the stronger of the two and should come out on top with the three points and the win in the bag.
Crystal Palace host fifth place Tottenham Hotspurs at Selhurst Park on Saturday, January 10th at 17:30 hours BST.
Crystal Palace’s new manager Alan Pardew will definitely want to start his new job with a victory over Tottenham. Mile Jedinak and Yannick Bolasie will be playing for their respective national teams in the Asia Cup and African Cup of Nations respectively. Frazier Campbell will have to provide the goals for Crystal Palace while Wilfried Zaha and Jason Puncheon will be the menaces in midfield.
Tottenham Hotspur are in supreme form and are currently above North London rivals Arsenal. Mauricio Pochettino made a statement with their famous 5-3 victory over Chelsea on New Year’s Day. Harry Kane is in a purple patch at the moment. The Under-21 Englishman has impressed everyone this season and certainly deserves a spot in the national side. However, he has got tremendous support from Belgian midfielder Nacer Chadli and Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, who are also in fine form themselves. Tottenham are unbeaten in their last six games, earning four victories out of the six.
Crystal Palace held Tottenham to a goalless draw in the reverse fixture at White Hart Lane in December. Crystal Palace might have home advantage this time around but the form that Tottenham are in at the moment, it seems unlikely that Crystal Palace will be able to salvage even a point out of this encounter.
Newly promoted Crystal Palace first test this season sees the Eagles host Tottenham this weekend in the Premier League. Watch Palace vs Spurs live on your computer by joining Ole Ole Football today.
Spurs finished fifth last season, again failing to qualify for the Champions League. Lack of striking power upfront was to prove their downfall, despite the best efforts of Welsh star Gareth Bale. Manager Andre-Villas Boas might have to do without his talismanic playmaker this season, with reports linking him to a world record transfer to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
While William Gallas, Steven Caulker and Clint Dempsey have left the Lilywhites, Nacer Chadli, Paulinho and Roberto Soldado have been added to the roster at White Hart Lane for a combined cost of close to 50 million pounds.
Palace qualified for the Premier League by virtue of their playoff final triumph over Watford in the Championship. The Eagles last competed in the top flight back in 2004-05, and like with all new teams, their primary aim will be to avoid an immediate return to the Championship.
Palace’s most high profile signing this summer has been that of Moroccan striker Marouane Chamakh, who failed to fulfill his potential at Arsenal and was shipped out of the Emirates.
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