Crystal Palace have landed in the USA as they begin their 10-day American tour.
The Eagles touched down in Columbus at around 11pm BST yesterday after a long day of travelling and will now start preparing for their three Stateside friendlies.
Tony Pulis' men will have two full days of training in Ohio as they acclimatise to their warmer surroundings and shake off any jet lag, ahead of their opening match against MLS side Columbus Crew on Wednesday night at 7.30pm local time (12.30am BST).
They will then move on to Pennsylvania for a game against Philadelphia Union at 7pm local time on Friday night (midnight BST), before rounding off their tour against Richmond Kickers on Monday 28th July. That match also kicks off at 7pm local time (midnight BST).
Palace's American Tour squad: Barry Bannan, Jerome Binnom-Williams, Hiram Boateng, Yannick Bolasie, Marouane Chamakh, Scott Dann, Damien Delaney, Dwight Gayle, Jake Gray, Adlene Guedioura, Wayne Hennessey, Mile Jedinak, Chris Kettings, Joe Ledley, Adrian Mariappa, Paddy McCarthy, Glenn Murray, Stuart O’Keefe, Lewis Price, Jason Puncheon, Peter Ramage, Julian Speroni, Jerome Thomas, Joel Ward, Jonny Williams.
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