|DATE||Saturday 10th January 2015|
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|PREDICTION||Crystal Palace 1 Tottenham Hotspur 2|
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HOTSPUR TEAM NEWS :
Spurs will be without Emmanuel Adebayor (unfit), Nebil Bentaleb (International duty), Erik Lamela (calf) and Ryan Mason (hamstring).
CRYSTAL PALACE TEAM NEWS :
Yannick Bolasie (international duty), Mile Jedinak (injured), Jonathan Williams (groin) and Marouane Chamakh (hamstring) will all be missing from the Palace side.
available on BBC radio, it can supposedly be heard
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Palace 2 (0) Tottenham Hotspur
Saturday 10th January 2015 Kick off 17:30
Gayle (p) 69m 08s
Puncheon 80m 38s
|Kane 49m 19s|
Bannon (foul on Dembele) 38
Dann (foul on Kane) 45+2
Puncheon (foul on Lloris) 78
Campbell (trying to stop Lloris clearing ball) 93
Guedioura () 94
Townsend (foul on Kelly) 26
Stambouli (foul on Guedioura) 56
Fazio (push on Campbell) 93
|Crowd : 24,193||Weather : Mild, dry|
|Referee : Anthony Taylor (Greater Manchester)||Assistant Referees : Mr. G. Beswick; Mr. S. Ledger|
|Fourth Official : Kevin Friend||-|
|Spurs kicked off and played towards the Holmesdale Road end in the first half.|
|Game time : - 90+7 minutes|
|Crystal Palace :||kit||Tottenham Hotspur :||kit|
1 Julian SPERONI
2 Joel WARD
28 Joe LEDLEY
Roberto SOLDADO 75)
Etienne CAPOUE 69)
|Manager : Alan Pardew||Manager : Mauricio Pochettino|
|Sponsor : Neteller||Shirt sponsor : AIA|
|Kit Supplier : Macron||Kit Supplier : Under Armour|
As always with Spurs, the magnificent disposal of Chelsea was followed by a struggle against a struggling side in Crystal Palace and the 1-2 defeat came in a game that Spurs should have done better in, but failed to keep the tempo up to trouble the home side.
As soon as the game began,
Palace looked to hit on the break, but Spurs had lots of possession
and the home team got ten players back behind the ball as soon as
they lost it. Strange tactics as Pardew, in charge of his new team
for the first time, had been manager of Newcastle United when they
beat Tottenham at the Lane earlier in the season without playing
Crystal Palace were once
ironically sponsored by Critall windows and were ready to change
their name to Critall Palace as part of the deal.
|Match sponsors||Haslemere Building Co.; Jo Brand|
|Match ball sponsors||-|
|Match programme sponsors||-|
|Match shirt sponsors||Neteller|
|What you thought|
|Benny The Ball||
What does Niall Quinn know about anything ? His comments on Sky were
nothing short of what you would expect from a Gooner. Biased as only
a Gooner could be, when he said that Walker “knew what he was doing”
when the ball hit him on the arm as he was running in the opposite
direction to it. And that Spurs players were guilty of every
free-kick given against them, while Palace were hard-working and
deserving of everything that came their way.
I am starting to think that ex-Spurs players have decided to boycott Sky, as Chris Coleman's selection as the studio guest alongside that other Spurs detractor, Jamie Redknapp, stacked everything against us.
Without a microphone to link us to the intimate thoughts of Alan Pardew, there were plenty of others to voice his views.
|Other scores during this week :|
|Leicester City||1||Aston Villa||0||Saturday|
|Swansea City||1||West Ham United||1||Saturday|
|West Bromwich Albion||1||Hull City||0||Saturday|
|7||West Ham United||21||9||6||6||31||25||33||+6|
|14||West Bromwich Albion||21||5||6||10||20||29||21||-9|
Position before match :
Position after match : 5th
Position after the weekend : 6th
* Pub facts may not actually be true, but after a few pints everyone will think so.
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