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Preview: Crystal Palace v Tottenham

9 January 2015

CLICK HERE to join the debate in the Crystal Palace v Tottenham fanzone ahead of this Premier League clash. 

Tottenham arrive in south London on Saturday for the evening kick-off on an impressive run that has seen them win six and lose just one of their last nine Premier League matches 

In their last league encounter they beat Chelsea 5-3 on the opening day of 2015 at White Hart Lane and on the scoresheet that evening was Harry Kane, who has now scored five goals in his last five Premier League matches. 

This will be Alan Pardew's first game as Palace manager at Selhurst Park and he'll be looking at ending a run of eight Premier League games without a win.

Should his side go ahead then Pardew better beware as Spurs have recovered more points from losing positions than anyone else in the division this season (12), but they have also conceded five penalties this term, another league high.

Crystal Palace: Mile Jedinak and Yannick Bolasie are away on international duty but James McArthur is available again after missing last week's FA Cup tie against Dover Athletic with a knock. 

Marouane Chamakh is still on the comeback trail after picking up a hamstring injury last month.

Tottenham Hotspur : The visitors will assess the fitness of Erik Lamela, who has a calf injury and Ryan Mason who is recovering from a hamstring injury. However Nabil Bentelab is away with Algeria at the Africa Cup of Nations.

DeAndre Yedlin has completed his move from Seattle Sounders and could feature in the game. 


Referee: Anthony Taylor 
Assistants: G Beswick and S Ledger
Fourth Official: K Friend

Palace WinsDrawsTottenham Wins
FA Cup212
League Cup011

Saturday August 18th 2014 - Attendance: 23,285
Crystal Palace 0-1 Tottenham Hotspur 
Premier League

A debut goal from Roberto Soldado saw Tottenham Hotspur edge out capital rivals Crystal Palace 1-0 at Selhurst Park.

Ian Holloway's Eagles put in an industrious display upon their return to Premier League competition, but were unable to offer enough in the final third to trouble a Spurs side that dominated possession.

Watch highlights here on Palace Player.

Some tickets are still available in the Arthur Wait Stand for this game.

The Main Stand, Whitehorse Lane Stand and Holmesdale Road Stand are already sold out.

The tickets are priced at category A prices and are on sale to season ticket holders and members, and there is no limit on the number that can be purchased. 

There is very limited availability and when booking online please select the e-ticket option and you can print your ticket to avoid collecting on the day. 

CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets or you can call the box office on 08712 00 00 71 when the box office opens on Saturday from 9am. 

Crystal Palace to win: 12/5
Draw: 23/10
Tottenham to win: 11/10
Odds courtesy of SkyBet. 

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

CLICK HERE to make your prediction at Sportlobster.

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