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Preview: Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town

19 September 2017

After seeing off Ipswich Town in the last round, Palace take on Huddersfield Town in the Carabao Cup this evening, looking to gain revenge on the Terriers for their opening day victory in SE25 last month.

Roy Hodgson will be looking to progress in the competition while also seeing some more members of his new Eagles squad in action, having completed just a week as Palace boss. 

He is expected to hand game time to deadline day arrival Mamadou Sakho as well as Pape Souare, who has been out for a year following a car accident that gave him a broken leg and jaw.

Terriers flying after great start

It was only 39 days ago that a brace from Steve Mounier followed a Joel Ward own goal to hand David Wagner’s side a first ever victory in the Premier League at the Eagles’ expense, and then they followed that up with a 1-0 success against Newcastle United thanks to Aaron Mooy’s curling effort at a rocking John Smith’s Stadium.

The fantastic start continued as they saw off Rotherham United to set up tonight’s encounter, before claiming another point by holding Southampton to a goalless draw. However, Wagner would finally taste top-flight defeat against West Ham United last week, but bounced back by winning a point against Leicester City on Saturday to take his team's tally to eight from five games, leaving them sixth in the division.

View from the opposition

David Wagner: “We all love cup competitions and our aim is to be successful in them. You only have one chance and one game and we will pick the most competitive and strongest team to be successful.

“We will not just pick players to give them minutes in their legs – we want to play the game and be in the next round of the cup.”

Team news

As well as the returns of long-term casualties Sakho and Souare, James Tomkins could feature after being named on the bench against Southampton on the weekend after his groin injury, and Bakary Sako has also now recovered from injury and could feature as Hodgson continues to evaluate his squad.

Wilfried Zaha and Connor Wickham remain out with knee injuries.

Jonathan Hogg could return for Town after being named on the bench last weekend, but strikers Collin Quaner and Mounie are out with calf and heel injuries repectively. Also out are Martin Cranie (hip), Jon Gorenc Stanković (knee) and Kasey Palmer (hamstring).

Matchday officials

It's a first visit to Selhurst Park in over four years for Lee Probert, who takes charge in SE25 for the first time since Palace beat Sunderland 3-1 in August 2013. The last Eagles game he oversaw was the 1-0 defeat at Newcastle United later that season, with Palace winning six of the 11 matches he has officiated.

Referee: Lee Probert
Assistants: Andrew Garratt and Mark Scholes
Fourth Official: Paul Tierney

Pre-match stats

Huddersfield became only the second promoted side to keep a clean sheet in each of their three opening games of a Premier League season since Charlton Athletic in 1998.

Huddersfield have won just two of their past seven away league games (D1 L4) – however Steve Mounier’s two goals against Palace helped claim one of those last month.

Laurent Depoitre scored his first Premier League goal with only his second shot on target in the division on Saturday against Leicester City.

Head-to-Head

  Palace wins Draws Huddersfield wins
League 11 17 11
FA Cup 1 0 1
League Cup 0 0 0
Total 12 17 12

Ticket Information

Tickets are on general sale, priced at £20 for adults and £10 for concessions, with under-12s going free with each paying adult.

The lower tier will be the only section open in the Holmesdale Road Stand.

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Live coverage

If you can’t make it to Selhurst Park for the game, there will be live commentary on Palace Player, updates on Twitter, with highlights available on Palace TV.

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Match Reports

Report: Crystal Palace 0-1 Southampton

16 September 2017

Palace broke an unwanted record as they became the first English top-flight side in history to open a season with five defeats and no goals as they fell to defeat against Southampton.

Roy Hodgson’s presence in the dugout couldn’t quite inspire the Eagles to break their duck as Steven Davis’ fifth-minute strike proved to the difference between the sides, with the Saints goal leading a charmed life as twice efforts from Christian Benteke and Jason Puncheon struck Fraser Forster.

For the second week in succession, mere minutes had elapsed before Palace were chasing the game. Davis picked the ball up 30 yards out and played it to Dusan Tadic on the left, and the Serbian got to the byline to centre. After Wayne Hennessey could only push the ball away from his near post, it landed perfectly into the path of the Northern Ireland international who side-footed home on the occasion of his 200th game for the Saints.

Just as they did against Burnley, the Eagles quickly rallied and nearly got back on level terms 10 minutes later when Andros Townsend slipped in Ruben Loftus-Cheek down the right, and he pulled the ball across the face of the area for Benteke who poked goalwards, but summing up Palace’s luck in front of goal this season, the ball struck the midriff of Forster rather than ripple the net.

Loftus-Cheek then provided a spark that the hosts’ early play lacked when he received possession on the halfway line and drove towards the box, and after a neat one-two with Benteke he took aim for the bottom corner from 25 yards and was just off target, and a minute later he edged past a couple of Saints defenders before seeing his attempt deflected wide.

The Eagles continued to crank up the pressure as the half progressed, and on the stroke of half-time Townsend scuffed a volley into the side-netting as the Saints took the lead into the interval.

After the restart forces continued to conspire against Palace as their wait for a league goal this season continued past the six-hour mark when Jeffrey Schlupp picked out Puncheon in the middle who looked destined to convert from close-range, but again the ball struck Forster.

Summing up the mood around Selhurst, the heavens then opened as Southampton soaked up all Hodgson’s team’s attacks, with Mario Lemina bossing the middle of the park with a flawless display, and as the wait for Palace to trouble the scoresheet continued they broke a league record for the longest scoreless streak at start of a campaign as the clock ticked past the 78th minute.

It could have been game over not long after when Oriol Romeu had a free header from a corner that flew just wide, and in the dying embers Cedric Soares wriggled free on the edge of the box and forced a stop from Hennessey, with Palace only mustering a wayward blast from Joel Ward from range as their wait for a first goal and point of the campaign continues.

Palace: Hennessey, Ward, Fosu-Mensah, Dann, Schlupp, Townsend, McArthur (Milivojevic 69), Cabaye, Puncheon, Loftus-Cheek (Sako 78), Benteke. Subs not used: Speroni, Van Aanholt, Kelly, Tomkins, Lee.

Southampton: Forster, Soares, Hoedt, Yoshida, Bertrand, Romeu, Davis, Lemina, Tadic (Van Dijk 87), Redmond (Ward-Prowse 85), Long (Gabbiadini 90). Subs not used: McCarthy, Targett, Stephens, Boufal.

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Ticket News

Tickets: Southampton Home Match

14 September 2017

Tickets for our home Premier League match against Southampton this coming Saturday 16th September,12.30pm kick-off, are on sale to Season Ticket Holders and Paid Members. 

This match will be a Category A match, with paid members and Season Ticket Holders being able to book up to four tickets each, subject to availability.

 

Adult

Concession*

Junior

Glaziers and Wright & Bright Lounges

£48.00

£32.50

£24.00

Stephenson

£50.00

£35.00

£24.00

Holmesdale Lower

£42.50

£28.00

£21.00

Holmesdale Upper

£42.50

£28.00

£21.00

Arthur Wait

£42.50

£28.00

£21.00

Whitehorse Lane Stand & Family Blocks A & J

£37.00

£26.00

£18.00

Gallery

£48.00

£32.50

N/A

*Concession pricing applies to all adults aged 18-21, over 65’s, disabled supporters, and full time students (with a valid NUS card)

Tickets are available to book online or call the ticket line on 08712 000 071, or to personal callers at the box office.

Memberships are still available to purchase 

 

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