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Preview: Sunderland v Crystal Palace

10 April 2015

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Palace travel to the north-east to face Sunderland looking to continue their fine away record which has seen them win six of their last seven games away from Selhurst Park.

However Dick Advocaat's side will be buoyed following their derby day win against Newcastle United on Sunday which lifted them three points clear of the relegation zone.

Sunderland have only scored more than twice in two Premier League games this term, but one of those was their 3-1 win against Palace in November, however only West Bromwich Albion have conceded more goals at home than Sunderland's 22.

Sunderland: The Black Cats have no new injury worries heading into this game, with Wes Brown their highest-profile casualty.

The defender will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury, and Ricky Alvarez and Emmanuel Giaccherini have also had a premature end to their campaigns with knee and ankle problems respectively.

Jack Rodwell has a hamstring issue and is unlikely to be fit for this weekend.

Crystal Palace: Mile Jedinak is available again after serving his four match ban and Alan Pardew revealed that Joe Ledley has a slight hip strain, which will mean he needs to be monitored before the game.

The manager said that the rest of the squad was fit and well.

Referee: A Taylor
Assistants: D Bryan and G Beswick
Fourth Official: M Heywood

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FA Cup321
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15th March 2014
Sunderland 0-0 Crystal Palace
Premier League

Crystal Palace remained three points clear of fellow Premier League strugglers Sunderland after a goalless draw at a windy Stadium of Light.

Black Cats forward Fabio Borini went closest to breaking the deadlock when his second-half shot struck the post.

Kagisho Dikgacoi had Palace's best chance, firing an effort wide late on.

Watch highlights here on Palace Player.

Tickets for Palace's trip to the Stadium of Light are now on general sale. 

Adults: £29.00
Over 65s: £19.00
Under 16s: £10.00
Wheelchair/Ambulant: £29.00 (appropriate age based concession can be charged) 
Personal Assistant: free of charge

CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets from our online box office or on the phone lines 08712 00 00 71. 

The club are also pleased to announce that we are once again offering free coach travel for this match to season ticket holders and members. 

Each season ticket holder/member can book one free coach ticket, with their guests' coach tickets priced at £30 each.

Contact the box office for further details on making your seat reservation for the coach.

For more information on the Stadium of Light, including driving directions, click here.

Sunderland to win: 7/4
Draw: 21/10
Crystal Palace to win: 13/8
Odds courtesy of SkyBet. 

CLICK HERE to place your bets or sign up today to receive a free matched bet worth up to £30. 

Live commentary of all 90 minutes from the Stadium of Light will be available on Palace Player. CLICK HERE to log in or sign up. 

You can also make predictions and debate the game at Sport Lobster here

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