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Palace v Bristol City

Crystal Palace
vs.
Bristol City

Selhurst Park

Sat 10th of May

12:15pm

On Sky

Well today has come at last, both sets of fans will be nervous, but full of voice, both teams fired up, its going to be a good one, good luck all.

Palace are unfortunate to go into the play offs as favorites, which as we know can backfire big time, it will only fire the other teams up to give them that bit more.

Bristol City have had a great season, they have been up there or about for most of this term, a great feat for a club that was only promoted from League one last season, hopefully from a Palace fans point of view the play off's will be too much for them.

Vital Quotes:

Neil Warnock

'I can't think of a better achievement in my career. To go from second bottom in November into the play-offs, never mind winning them, is a great effort from all the lads.

'It's been a great challenge. We haven't spent much money and brought the kids through as no one wanted to play for us, so it's remarkable.

Gary Johnson.

'The referee will need to be strong and I'm pleased that we've got two full-time officials.'

Crystal Palace Team News:

Victor Moses has made it through training so he looks set to start which should be an unchanged side.

Team to follow later.

Player to watch: Neil Warnock

The master himself will be firing up the Palace, both fans and players, which hopefully will see us through, officials beware,lol.

Bristol City Team News:

Marvin Elliott should be fit, Lee Johnson should also be available.

Player to watch: Marvin 'Marvellous' Elliott

Their young player of the year, could be a handlul if fully fit, and also another player we nearly went for, hopefully he doesnt come back to haunt us.

Match Facts & Stats

Last meeting
Bristol City 1-1 Palace

Monday February 18 2008

Bristol City: Basso, Orr, McCombe, Fontaine (Vasko 84), McAllister, Sproule (Byfield 69), Johnson, Elliott, Carle (Trundle 69), McIndoe, Adebola

Subs Not Used: Weale, Skuse

Booked: Carle

Goals: McCombe 90

Palace: Speroni, Butterfield, Hudson, Hills, Lawrence, Soares (Scannell 69), Hill, Derry (Fonte 85), Watson, Fletcher, Kuqi (Scowcroft 79)

Subs Not Used: Morrison, Ifill

Booked: Hill, Lawrence, Soares, Scowcroft, Hudson

Goals: Hills 61

Ref Watch:

M J JONES. Assistants: J Collin and P Quinn. Fourth official: R J Booth.

Match Prediction:

2-0 to Palace.

Next Fixtures:

Bristol City V Crystal Palace
Tuesday 13th May 2008 KO 19:45


Writer:Eagle1
Date:Saturday May 10 2008
Time: 7:22AM

Comments

0
Staggered by that result
codbater
10/05/2008 20:03:00
0
oops that is what you get for having pignok in charge
mick66owl
13/05/2008 23:26:00
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hahahhahhahhhhhhahahahahhaahaahha never mind nigels thanks for gr8 nights entertainment .
markmwal953
14/05/2008 01:56:00
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When Sky news made the comment 'Warnock has never lost a play off final' I thought he shouldn't have said that.
miked_joker
14/05/2008 13:48:00
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Ha Ha, Well done Bristol City....................!
horseworrier
14/05/2008 18:28:00
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he as actually 2002-2003 season sheff utd v wolves we lost 3-0 at cardiff what a 5hit day out that was
bladesforlife1889
15/05/2008 00:53:00
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that poor relation pig numpty (micky=piggy) is retarded, dont worry guys he carnt help himself but to be jealous of everyone elses football teams because his is an absolute bag o 5hit. aint that right grunter??
bladesforlife1889
15/05/2008 00:57:00
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