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This weekend in the Premier League, Stoke City will go head to head with a struggling Crystal Palace. The two sides will meet on Saturdayafternoon, in the Bet365 Stadium.
The Potters are coming in this game after incurring a 1-0 defeat to West Bromwich Albion last weekend. Prior to that defeat, they were in a comparatively better form, having held the likes of Everton and Manchester United to draws. With Xherdan Shaqiri missing from the starting XI, his absence has certainly left a void in the side.
As for the Glaziers, their form just took a turn for the worst. Sitting at the 19th place in the relegation zone, they are incredibly low on confidence and momentum. In fact, last weekend, they went up against Sunderland at home and lost to them by a massive 4-0 scoreline.
Crystal Palace have won only two Premier League matches in the last three months. They have lost five of their last six encounters and their record as the visiting side tells a similar tale. Head to head speaking, they've outdone the Potters in their last five meetings in all competitions, but given their present form, this time we might get to see a different result. Stoke City will start as the favourites here.
Stoke City will host Crystal Palace at the Britannia Stadium on December 19, 2015. This match has been set to kick off at 15:00 hours BST.
Crystal Palace will be looking to get back to winning ways again stoke city when they play at the Britannia Stadium over the weekend. Yohan Cabaye has been the main driving force from midfield. Yanick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha have not been in goal scoring form recently hence reducing the threat that the team has on the flanks. Alan Pardew their manager will be hoping that his white men fine form in what could prove to be a difficult away fixture given the resilient and physical defence that Stoke City possesses.
Stoke City will be looking to find their feet after a disappointing draw last weekend. They certainly have the fire power and quality to beat the top sides in the league. Krick Bojan, Xherdan Shaqiri, Ibrahim Afellay and the rest of the team will have to put in a shift in what could be a tricky home game. Palace have been playing well, but a win in this game gives them the chance to climb up the table and into the top eight.
We can expect this game to go the home side’s way given the home support and the fact they have the better players when the two team sheets are compared.
Stoke City are going to play hosts to Crystal Palace at the Britannia Stadium. This game is scheduled to be played on Saturday, 21st March, 2015. Kick off will take place at 15:00 hours BST.
This is a mid table clash that will be surely be a riveting encounter. Both the teams are evenly matched and have similar record in the Premier League.
When the recent forms of these clubs are compared, Stoke City have won three and lost two of their last five games, while Crystal Palace have lost three and won two of their last five games. The head to head tilts in favour of the home side as they have won two and lost just one of the last five encounters between these two clubs.
If Crystal Palace manage to defend well, then they could keep a clean sheet considering that Stoke City have managed on 38% of their shots on target in the league so far.
This game is a tough one to call. When the team sheets are compared, it seems that they will end up cancelling each other out and play out a hard fought draw.
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The Potters lost 1-0 to Liverpool last weekend, although they could have easily ended up with atleast a point if Jon Walters hadn’t missed a late penalty. Under new manager Mark Hughes, Stoke seemed more inclined to pass the ball around a bit instead of the route one football we’d been accustomed to seeing under Tony Pulis.
Stoke did have a few opportunities of their own, but Liverpool had more, and were probably deserved winners at the end. This fixture is the first home one under Mark Hughes, and supporters will expect a victory over a Palace side that’s just earned promotion to the top flight and lost 1-0 to Spurs last weekend.
Palace defended reasonably well, but looked short on ideas in attack, where they missed the pace of Zaha and Bolasie. Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris was in top form, thwarting the few attacks Palace did manage to cobble together.
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