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Crystal Palace vs. Plymouth Argyle

Selhurst Park

22-12-2007

15:00

Palace V Argyle

Plymouth are having a very decent season so far, with goals coming from all over the pitch - they've picked up good results against Watford and Charlton and they hover just under the playoff zone.
This should be a good game. Enjoy.

Vital Quotes:

NW told the Official site:
'If I said we'd get five new players in January I would include our
youngsters Sean Scannell, John Bostock, and Ryan Hall because they're
going to come into the equation in the second half of the season.

So this means only 2 to come in the January window.

Crystal Palace Team News:

Palace have no additional injury worries ahead of tomorrow's Selhurst
Park clash with Plymouth, and will be bolstered by centre back Jose
Fonte's re-availablity after overcoming a thigh strain.
Palace: Speroni, Butterfield, Hudson (c), Hill, Lawrence,Songo'o, Derry, Watson, Soares, Scowcroft, Morrison.

Subs: Fletcher, Freedman, Martin, Hills, Scannell.



Paul Dickov, Mark Kennedy and Tony Craig are all out injued.

Player to watch: Scannell

When he comes on, Plymouth will get a suprise........

Plymouth Argyle Team News:

Argyle: (from): Larrieu, Connolly, Gosling, Seip, Timar, Sawyer, Hodges, Norris, Nalis, Abdou, Halmosi, Easter, Hayles, McCormick, Doumbe, Ebanks-Blake, Chadwick, Fallon.

Player to watch: Peter Halmosi

Tops Vital Plymouth's best player poll

Match Facts & Stats

Last meeting

Plymouth 1-0 Palace

Tuesday October 02 2007

Plymouth: McCormick, Connolly, Timar, Seip, Hodges, Norris, Gosling (Buzsaky, 72), Nalis, Halmosi, Hayles (Ebanks-Blake, 64), Chadwick (Doumbe, 84)

Subs not used: Fallon, Sawyer

Bookings: Norris

Goals: Halmosi 50

Palace: Speroni, Butterfield (Green, 62), Cort, Hudson, Craig, Soares (Watson, 62), Fletcher, Lawrence, Hughes, Dickov, Idrizaj (Morrison, 46)

Subs not used: Flinders, Fonte

Bookings: Idrizaj

Ref Watch:

M J Jones

Match Prediction:

3-2 to Palace

Next Fixtures:

Coventry v Crystal Palace Wed 26th of Dec 3:00pm


The Journalist

Writer: Eagle1 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 22 2007

Time: 2:55PM

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Easy three points for you Eagles and going for a 3-0 win for you!!
will it ever happen
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