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A Win For Palace Will Keep Them Up

A Win For Palace Will Keep Them Up

Following Sheffield Wednesday's late defeat at Cardiff City on Saturday the equation is simple, a win against West Brom and Palace are safe.

Palace now need just one win from their remaining two games to guarantee their Championship status for next season.

Wednesday went down at the Cardiff City Stadium despite drawing level twice and even having been in front, albeit for only 60 seconds.

Despite West Brom already having secured their place in next season's Premier League, the Baggies will be no easy contest as they look to finish in style.

However, with a crowd of more than 20,000 expected at Selhurst Park, surely Palace can secure their place in the Championship.



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Writer:Flying Eagle
Date:Sunday April 25 2010
Time: 4:48PM

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come on lads!!
bladesforlife1889
26/04/2010 08:44:00
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Come on you Eagles, the pubs in the city will be full of Blades shouting for you.
gloucblade
26/04/2010 18:28:00
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don't make me laugh gloucblade - you lot couldn't fill a phone box-UTO
Radon Barrier
26/04/2010 20:36:00
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Its funny i was shouting for palace some years back when Hopkin put that one in the top corner and i do believe the same top corner as Waddle quality goals.
ecco owl
27/04/2010 21:55:00
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