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Crystal Palace vs. Hull City

Selhurst Park

6/10/2007

15:00hrs

Palace V Hull City

Here we go again, will we be happy come 16:45 or will we be upset and angry, the latter we seem to be doing more of, its so much easier writing about winning than it is about losing, but now I'm starting to forget what its like to win.

Still like most of you I will be 100% behind Palace today, and fingers crossed we will win, a team is due to get hammered by us, so why not today?.

Vital Quotes:

Peter Taylor said: 'If we don't get a result, I know that the
position we'll be in will not be good enough. Even if we do win, I
know that won't be good enough either because two wins so far this
season is not what I wanted.

'It's a results business and I know that. It doesn't matter how you
are performing, if you're not getting results you will be under
pressure.

'People have asked me if it's even more important as tomorrow's game
is against Hull but it doesn't matter who it's against, we need to
win.

'Crystal Palace are expected to be higher up the table and the fact
we're not means we're under pressure.

'But I'm confident we've got the players with the experience to stick
together and handle the pressure.'

Crystal Palace Team News:

Mark Kennedy (thigh) and Paul Ifill (hamstring) Victor Moses
(thigh) and now James Scowcroft (thigh) joins the injury list.

Player to watch: Stewart Green

Has had an impressive start to Palace's campaign and comes
up against his former teammates when the Eagles entertain Hull

Hull City Team News:

Jay-Jay Okocha should be passed fit to reek havoc on Palace,thats all we need.

Player to watch: Jay-Jay Okocha

Why didnt we get someone like this, a good bit of buiness from Hull here

Match Facts & Stats

Palace home record V Hull

P W D L F A
20 7 6 7 27 23

Ref Watch:

Referee: Richard J BEEBY (Northamptonshire) Assistants: J E Pearce and G R Young Fourth Official: S A Child

Match Prediction:

A betting man would go for the draw, Palace's home record is 7 wins 7 defeats and 6 draws! So I'm going for the draw 3-3

Next Fixtures:

Blackpool v Crystal Palace Sat 20th of Oct 15:00hrs


The Journalist

Writer: Eagle1 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday October 6 2007

Time: 1:24PM

 

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