Date: 26th April 2008 at 3:15pm
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This is make or break for both teams, BOTH need to win, Hull for auto spot and Palace for playoff spot, should be a good game

Vital Quotes:

Phil Brown:’This game sees two of the form teams going head-to-head. Everybody keeps telling me that Palace are the form team and that Sheffield United were the form team last week.

Neil Warnock: ‘We’ve earned the right to be the team that no-one fancies playing because we are a hard-working side. But I don’t get carried away because I’m too long in the tooth.

Hull City Team News:

Myhill, Ashbee, Turner, Windass, Hughes, Brown, Folan, Pedersen, Ricketts, Marney, Campbell.

Subs: Duke, Walton, Doyle, Barmby, Fagan.

Player to watch: Fraizer Campbell

On loan from Man Utd, very nippy

Crystal Palace Team News:



Speroni, Butterfield, Fonte, Hudson, Hill, Soares, Derry, Watson, Moses, Sinclair, Morrison

subs Hills, Ifill, Ashton, Bostock, Scannell

Player to watch: Moses

He is due a hat full soon, hope its today

Match Facts & Stats

Last meeting
Palace 1-1 Hull City

Saturday October 06 2007

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

Subs not used: Flinders, Lawrence

Goals: Scowcroft 81

Hull City: Myhill, Ricketts, Turner, Brown, Delaney, Garcia, Marney, Livermore, Pedersen, Okocha (Hughes, 13(Featherstone, 83)), Windass (McPhee, 67)

Subs not used: Duke, Doyle

Bookings: Livermore

Goals: Marney 90 (pen)

Ref Watch:

R J BOOTH

Match Prediction:

0-3 to Palace

Next Fixtures:

Crystal Palace v Burnley Sun 4th of May 3:00pm

 

2 Replies to “Top of the Form”

  • Hull for such a big City by population I mean have never reached the top flight, I have a sneaky feeling that they will win the play offs, and who would have thought after last season that they would even make the playoffs?

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