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Preview: Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur

10 November 2018

Crystal Palace play host to Tottenham Hotspur this Saturday for a 17.30 kick-off, having typically struggled against the Lillywhites in recent years.

For this match, however, the Eagles have been recently buoyed by their last result against north London’s other major power, a 2-2 draw with Arsenal.

Palace have had a hit-and-miss season so far but have played resolutely in recent weeks, having also trained hard in preparation to face the visiting Spurs.

Mauricio Pochettino's side played PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday, beating them 2-1 in the Champions League Group Stage.

Team news

Palace frontman Connor Wickham will not feature as Palace's available squad remains unchanged from last Sunday's game against Chelsea while Tottenham's injury list is lengthy.

Spurs are without defenders Danny Rose and Jan Vertonghen while midfielders Victor Wanyama and Eric Dier are currently doubts. In addition, Mousa Dembele has been sidelined for at least two months.

Full team news can be found here.

Did you know?

Of the last 26 Premier League goals scored during a meeting between Palace and Spurs, 25 of them have come in the second-half - just one first-half goal in 14 top-flight matches.


  Palace wins Spurs wins Draws Total
League 8 25 11 44
FA Cup 3 2 1 6
League Cup 0 1 1 2
Total 11 28 13 52

The ref

Jonathan Moss will referee this game, with Crystal Palace having won 20 of the 25 games in which he has been in charge.

Key game elsewhere

A struggling Southampton face hit-and-miss Watford at home on Saturday for a 15.00 kick-off. The Saints will be playing on the back of a 6-1 away loss to Manchester City and currently sit just one point behind Palace. The Eagles can extend their lead over the south-coast side significantly this weekend should the Hornets be victorious.

Big game flashback

In early 2015, Crystal Palace played host to a Spurs team 10 league positions ahead of the Eagles for Alan Pardew’s first match in charge of the south London club.

Coming from behind after Harry Kane opened the scoring, Dwight Gayle and Jason Puncheon combined to lead Palace into a 2-1 home victory and deliver Tottenham’s 300th ever Premier League defeat.

The Eagles would go on to narrow the gap until they finished the season 10th - just five places behind Spurs.

Live coverage

The game will be shown live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting at 17.00.

If you live abroad, find out where you can watch the game with our Worldwide TV Listings

As always, fans can pay just £1.49 to listen to full commentary on the game via Palace Audio while our official Twitter will be providing live updates throughout the day and highlights will be available from midnight on Palace TV.

Alternatively, if you are following from around the world, why not see if there is an official Supporters’ Club meeting to watch the game in your city. Find the nearest one to you here.

Tickets and travel

The game is sold out for general admission tickets, though premium packages are still available

Ticket Holders are advised to arrive early due to enhanced security checks, and Season Ticket Holders must bring their card. Fans are advised, as always, not to purchase tickets from touts or on online resale sites.

Useful information for home and away fans about pre-match entertainment, travel tips and stadium details can be found in our Matchday Guide.

The matchday programme can be purchased in various ways. Find out more here

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Match Reports

Report: Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur

10 November 2018

Palace’s wait for a home win this season continues as Juan Foyth’s goal handed Tottenham Hotspur victory at Selhurst Park.

The Argentinian defender popped up to score his first Spurs goal midway through the second half, in an encounter that won’t live long in the memory as Mauricio Pochettino won his seventh straight league game against the Eagles.

In contrast to the gloomy skies and relentless rain surrounding Selhurst, the Eagles began brightly but couldn’t find a way to test Hugo Lloris with ex-Spurs man Andros Townsend shot into the side-netting after a quarter of an hour proving to be Palace’s best opportunity of a quiet opening 45 minutes.

As it progressed, the chances began to pile up for the visitors, starting with Moussa Sissoko barging past three players before a diving block by Mamadou Sakho inside the area ended the threat as his countryman pulled the trigger.

Dele Alli then rejected a chance to net a header and instead attempt to set up Harry Kane but miscued, and soon after the England captain himself pounced on some hesitation by Luka Milivojevic to drive a shot on target from 25 yards but Hennessey produced a decent stop.

That ensured the teams went into the break goalless after a half that was as bleak as the weather, but eight minutes after play resumed the hosts had a great chance to take the lead when James Tomkins met a Milivojevic corner at the back post but couldn’t direct it towards the target.

However, in keeping with the game, Spurs took the lead in scrappy fashion on 65 minutes. After winning a corner, Erik Lamela sent it into the box and Kane saw a header blocked on the line, but with the ball up for grabs everyone hesitated except Foyth, who buried a free header to score his first goal in English football.

It took Hodgson’s team a while to recover from that setback but eventually they began to build up a head of steam in an attempt to salvage a point.

On 79 minutes Lloris was forced into his first real save of the game when Jeffrey Schlupp attempted a 25-yard blast which the World Cup winner pushed to safety, and then a few minutes later a sustained period of pressure saw Townsend hook the ball goalwards but it was comfortable for the Spurs shot-stopper.

But as the clock ticked onto 90 minutes, a huge opportunity was squandered as a Milivojevic shot ricocheted off Foyth into the path of Alexander Sørloth, and he had time to steady himself but shot straight at Lloris from close-range and Palace’s hopes of a point disappeared.

Palace: Hennessey, Wan-Bissaka, Sakho, Tomkins (Kelly 60), Van Aanholt, McArthur (Sørloth 70), Milivojevic, Kouyaté, Meyer (Schlupp 67), Townsend, Ayew. Subs not used: Guaita, Ward, Riedewald, Puncheon.

Tottenham: Lloris, Trippier (Aurier 24), Foyth, Alderweireld, Davies, Sissoko, Wanyama, Alli, Lamela (Winks 81), Moura (Son 71), Kane. Subs not used: Gazzaniga, Dier, Eriksen, Llorente.

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Ticket News

TICKETS: Tottenham Game Sold Out

15 October 2018

All general admission tickets for Palace's home game against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday 10th November are now sold out.

Ticket News

TICKETS: Burnley, Leicester and Cardiff Now Available

14 October 2018

Mauricio Pochettino's team head to south London next month for the 5.30pm kick-off, and if you've missed out on tickets there are still a couple of options if you still wish to be at Selhurst that day.

You can try our official fan-to-fan ticket reseller Twickets, who only sell seats at face value or less, or if you wish to watch the action in style, why not purchase our premium tickets?

This can now be done online with a range of pre-match dining options to make it a matchday to remember!

Meanwhile, tickets for the upcoming home games against Burnley, Leicester City and Cardiff City are now on sale - more info.

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