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Palace Preview: Eagles finally depart London

30 November 2019

Crystal Palace will face their first taste of competitive football outside the boundaries of the M25 in over three months when they travel north to Burnley today for a 15:00 GMT kick-off at Turf Moor.

After a run of 11 straight matches in the capital from all competitions, Palace’s 250 mile trip to Lancashire poses quite the change from their recent journeys in SE25 or short hops across the city. But they will be buoyed by their last trip away from London - a 2-1 triumph over Manchester United at a sunny Old Trafford in August.

In fact, the Eagles have won five of their last six matches outside of London - losing only to Sheffield United in that time.

With a strong recent record against Burnley, Palace will enter the clash at Turf Moor full of confidence. Roy Hodgson’s men have won three of their last three matches against Sean Dyche’s, triumphing 3-1 in their last visit to Lancashire.

Looking at the league table, victory for the south Londoners could prove significant in their position. Sitting three points but six places behind Burnley, a win today would pull Palace level with the Clarets - though they’d have to make up a goal difference of nine to overtake their hosts. Victory would put the Eagles on 18 points: the current same as Sheffield United in sixth place.

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Did you know?

Hodgson has faced Burnley five times in the Premier League without losing (notching four wins and a draw): the joint-most he has faced a single club in the competition without ever suffering defeat (level with Portsmouth).

Tactical overview

Only the current top three - Liverpool (six), Leicester City and Manchester City (five) - have scored more goals from outside the box in the top flight than Burnley this season (four). However, no side has attempted fewer shots from distance in this campaign than the Clarets, whose 45 efforts have a high success rate.

It is Chris Woods who the Palace backline will have their eye most keenly trained on, with the striker having scored six from his last six league matches, including in each of his last three. 

Furthermore, fans can anticipate a direct game, with Burnley having had just 36 sequences of 10 or more passes in the league this season - fewer than any other team. In addition, 22% of their attempted passes have been over 30 yards - greater than any other team.

Perhaps resultantly, not one of the last 13 league matches at Turf Moor have ended in a draw. So spectators can expect a result one way or another.

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Team news

Against Liverpool last Saturday, Joel Ward was forced from the pitch and Hodgson described himself as "worried". Hodgson confirmed that Ward will not be available against Burnley.

Burnley appear fairly fortunate in the medical department. Their only complaint, it seems, is Johann Berg Gudmundsson's absence since the middle of October with a hamstring injury. 

In other news, Ashley Westwood is suspended after collecting his fifth yellow card of the season against Watford.

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How to follow Burnley v Palace live

Palace Audio

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Fans can buy a Monthly Pass (which auto-renews) at £4.49 per month or a 24-Hour Pass (for a single matchday) for £1.49, by clicking here

Find out more about Palace Audio here

Social media

You can check out our Instagram story for eye-catching footage of all of the pre-match build-up and our official Twitter page will be bringing you up-to-the-minute match updates, stunning photos and more.

The official app

The official Palace app’s match centre is the place to be for everything you need during the Burnley clash. With live stats and alerts, a running match commentary feed and lineups the moment they’re released as well as all an instant match report and post-match reaction from Palace TV, there’s no need to leave the app to follow the Eagles’ efforts.

Download our app for free here!

International fans

For fans following from abroad, have a look at our Worldwide TV Listings here. And if you're wondering where the nearest official fan club is to you, you can click here to find out.

Did you know you can become an International Member from just £45 and receive benefits such as guaranteed tickets for any home league game and exclusive live Palace TV streams for selected games? You can - by buying here!

You can access Burnley's supporter guide by clicking here.

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Match Reports

Palace end November in impressive fashion with Burnley win

30 November 2019

Wilfried Zaha's second goal in two games got Palace started before Jeffrey Schlupp punished Ben Mee for a fluffed clearance to give Roy Hodgson's side a well-deserved 2-0 win away at Turf Moor.

In summary

  • Gary Cahill and Joel Ward miss out through injury, replaced by Martin Kelly and Scott Dann
  • Charlie Taylor replaced by Erik Pieters in 37th minute for Burnley due to an injury
  • VAR rules out Jordan Ayew goal due to Patrick van Aanholt being offside in the build-up
  • Zaha scores just before half-time
  • HT: 0-1
  • Chris Wood misses golden opportunity after Kouyate error
  • Jeffrey Schlupp punishes Ben Mee for defensive mistake to make it 2-0
  • Superb series of saves from Guaita at the end
  • FT: 0-2

Palace started like the home team with a trademark, penetrative run from Wilfried Zaha which saw the winger win a free-kick on the corner of the penalty box down Palace’s left flank. From the resulting set-piece, Luka Milivojevic went close with a whipped effort that fizzed just over the bar.

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From a trademark Zaha moment to one of Burnley’s own on 10-minutes: a long ball from Ben Mee into the box, knocked down by Chris Wood to Jack Cork on the edge of the area, with the midfielder’s effort going close without troubling Vicente Guaita.

Palace were being forced to drop deeper and defend in solid banks, which limited Burnley’s pressure to further efforts from outside the box. Dwight McNeil going closest during that spell with a deflected effort on 17 minutes that Guaita adjusted well for to accommodate for the ball’s change of flight and pace.

Burnley were forced in to making a first-half sub with Charlie Taylor going down after the Clarets had defended back-to-back corners, with Erik Pieters replacing the left-back on 37 minutes.

Palace thought they’d capitalised on the personnel change in Burnley’s rear-guard when Ayew tapped home from close-range. However, Van Aanholt was penalised for being offside in the build-up.

The move itself was a great one from the Eagles, starting with Van Aanholt being released down the left-hand side. With no teammates in the box the full-back cut-back well to Andros Townsend who faked an attempt on goal to create himself some space and clipped a delightful ball to Cheikhou Kouyate at the back-post.

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Unfortunately, the midfielder didn’t connect as he would’ve liked, which saw the ball go back across goal, which is where Van Aanholt found himself in possession again but in an offside position.

Just before half-time though the Eagles had their lead. Zaha with his second in as many games with a goal that seemed to catch Sean Dyche’s team unaware. Collecting the ball on the left, the winger drifted rather than dribbled into the penalty area, nonchalantly past Phil Bardsley, before arrowing through Nick Pope’s arms.

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Burnley started the second-half the way Palace ended the first: in the ascendancy. And their explosive start almost paid dividends when a sustained period of pressure saw Pieters volley just the wrong side of Guaita’s post, into the side netting.

Burnley again went close on the hour-mark when Wood latched onto Kouyate’s header back to Guaita, and despite being in front of goal with plenty of time, the striker blazed over. A let-off for the Eagles.

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Another injury forced the second substitute of the game, this time for Palace with Scott Dann unable to continue and Mamadou Sakho coming on for his fellow centre-back.

The game was a physical battle, mainly in the middle of the park, with both managers making further substitutions as they looked to score what would be the next vital goal. Dyche swapping Ashley Barnes for Jay Rodriguez, with Hodgson subbing off Townsend for Jeffrey Schlupp.

But the Clarets couldn’t find a way through a resolute and impressive Palace side and it was Hodgson's tactical tweaks that made the difference. Schlupp picked up a loose ball from an awful Mee defensive error, controlled superbly, and then fired low and hard past Pope - with 10 minutes remaining Hodgson’s side had made the points safe. 

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With one corner of Turf Moor bouncing, the Eagles continued to soak up the Burnley pressure, and any late fight back from the Clarets was thwarted by Guaita with two incredible saves in quick succession. Firstly, the 'keeper stood firm from a McNeil effort and then a minute later the Spaniard pulled off a miraculous save from a Rodriguez header that didn't seem possible.

An impressive win on the road for the south Londoners to close out November with a great performance and three points ahead of the busy upcoming Christmas period.

Palace: Guaita, Kelly, Dann [Sakho 60], Tomkins, Van Aanholt, McArthur, Kouyate, Milivojevic, Townsend [Schlupp 76], Zaha, Ayew [Benteke 81].

Subs Not Used: Hennessey, Riedewald, Camarasa, McCarthy.

Burnley: Pope, Taylor [Pieters 37], Mee, Tarkowski, Bardsley, McNeil, Cork, Brady, Hendrick, Wood, Barnes [Rodriguez 63].

Subs Not Used: Lowton, Drinkwater, Gibson, Hart, Lennon.

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Ticket News

Tickets for Burnley and Chelsea away on sale now

7 October 2019

Tickets for Crystal Palace's clash against Chelsea on 9th November (kick-off 12:30pm) and Burnley on 30th November (kick-off 3:00pm) are now on sale.

Chelsea selling order

10am Monday 7th October: Season Ticket holders and Paid Members with 5,000+ Loyalty Points

10am Tuesday 8th October: Season Ticket holders and Paid Members with 4,000+ Loyalty Points

10am Wednesday 9th October: Season Ticket holders and Paid Members with 3,000+ Loyalty Points  

10am Thursday 10th October: Season Ticket holders – No Loyalty Points requirement

10am Friday 11th October: Paid Members – No Loyalty Points requirement

Burnley selling order

10am Monday 7th October: Season Ticket holders and Paid Members with 3,000+ Loyalty Points

10am Tuesday 8th October: Season Ticket holders – No Loyalty Points requirement

10am Wednesday 9th October: Members – No Loyalty Points requirement

One ticket per client reference.

10am Thursday 10th October: Season Ticket holders and Members can book a maximum of two additional tickets

Chelsea prices

Adults: £30

Over-65s: £23.50

Under-20s: £23.50

Burnley prices

Adults: £30

Over-65s: £20

Under-22s: £20

Under-18s: £15

Chelsea coach travel

10am departure from Selhurst Park.

£17 per ticket.

Burnley coach travel

7am departure from Selhurst Park.

FREE to Season Ticket holder and Paid Members, £30 per guest.

Silver Memberships cost just £25, however, so to be entitled to free coach travel with your Membership, buy one here!

You can buy your match tickets online by clicking here, by calling 0871 200 0071 or by visiting the Box Office at Selhurst Park.

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