Bournemouth v Crystal Palace: match preview

first_imgMatch previews Given that Crystal Palace did not have a point this time last season Roy Hodgson will hardly be panicking but it is safe to say that the underwhelming goalless draw with Newcastle at Selhurst Park has left him worried. Palace have scored only four goals in six games and Wilfried Zaha has three of them, and it is that over-reliance on their star man which is troubling the Palace faithful. Bournemouth have always been more of a collective under Eddie Howe, and the emergence of young talents such as Ryan Fraser, David Brooks and Lewis Cook suggests the south coast club are again finding the right blend to continue their upward momentum. Paul Chronnell Monday 8pm Sky Sports Premier LeagueVenue Vitality StadiumLast season Bournemouth 2 Crystal Palace 2Referee Mike DeanThis season G4 Y12 R2 3.5 cards/gameOdds H 13-10 A 2-1 D 5-2BOURNEMOUTHSubs from Boruc, Ramsdale, Francis, Simpson, Daniels, Surman, Mings, Mousset, Ibe, Pugh, L Cook, Defoe, Taylor, Stanislas, TaylorDoubtful Daniels (knee), Gosling (calf), Rico (hamstring)Injured NoneSuspended NoneDiscipline Y8 R1Form WWDLWLLeading scorer Fraser 3CRYSTAL PALACESubs from Guaita, Speroni, Souaré, Puncheon, Kelly, Ward, Williams, Schlupp, Kaikai, Ayew, SørlothDoubtful NoneInjured Benteke (knee, Oct), Dann (knee, Oct), Riedewald (knee, Oct), Wickham (calf, Oct)Suspended NoneDiscipline Y9 R1Form WLLLWDLeading scorer Zaha 3 Share on Pinterest Premier League Share on Messenger Share via Email Share on WhatsApp Share on Twitter Crystal Palace Share on Facebook resources Topics Share on LinkedIn Bournemouth Reuse this contentlast_img read more