Lineups

Crystal Palace

( 4-4-2 )

  • 31. Guaita

  • 6. S. Dann Goal

  • 17. N. Clyne

  • 3. P. van Aanholt

  • 18. J. McArthur

  • 10. A. Townsend

    71'
  • 8. C. Kouyaté

  • 25. E. Eze Goal

  • 44. J. Riedewald

    77'
  • 11. W. Zaha

  • 9. J. Ayew Goal

    85'

Substitutes

  • 1. J. Butland

  • 24. G. Cahill

  • 15. J. Schlupp

    71'
  • 12. M. Sakho

  • 22. J. McCarthy

    77'
  • 20. C. Benteke

    85'
  • 23. M. Batshuayi

England - Premier League

49' L. Cooper 49' Yellow Card 49'  L. Cooper 77' M. Klich 77' Yellow Card 77'  M. Klich 12' S. Dann 12' Goal 12'   Dann S. Dann 22' E. Eze 22' Goal 22'   Eze E. Eze 27' P. Bamford 27' Goal 27'   Bamford P. Bamford 42' Hélder Costa 42' Own Goal 42'   Costa Hélder Costa 70' J. Ayew 70' Goal 70'   Ayew J. Ayew
Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

4 - 1

Leeds United

Leeds United

  • 12
    1 - 0
  • 22
    2 - 0
  • 27'
    2 - 1
  • 42
    3 - 1
  • HT
    3 - 1
  • 70
    4 - 1
  • Date: 07/11/2020
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Selhurst Park
  • Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Crystal Palace v Leeds United - Preview

Date published: 11/6/2020 10:33:38 PM

Crystal Palace v Leeds United - Preview

Luka Milivojevic one of seven Crystal Palace players out of Leeds game

Crystal Palace are without seven players for the visit of Leeds in the Premier League on Saturday with captain Luka Milivojevic set to serve the first of a three-match ban following his red card at Wolves last week.

The Serbian joins long-term absentees Wayne Hennessey (thigh), Nathan Ferguson (knee) and Connor Wickham (thigh) on the sidelines for the foreseeable future.

Palace are also without Joel Ward (groin), Tyrick Mitchell (knock) and James Tomkins (hamstring), but the defenders are not expected to be out for long.

Leeds will check on the fitness of winger Raphinha before travelling down to London.

The deadline-day signing from Rennes missed the home defeat to Leicester on Monday with an ankle injury, after impressing in cameo appearances from the bench against both Aston Villa and Wolves.

Defender Diego Llorente (groin) and midfielder Kalvin Phillips (shoulder) remain out injured while forward Rodrigo will miss a second match as he continues to self-isolate following his positive Covid-19 test.

Crystal Palace provisional squad: Guaita, Butland, Henderson, Clyne, Kelly, Sakho, Dann, Cahill, Kouyate, Van Aanholt, Schlupp, McCarthy, McArthur, Meyer, Riedewald, Townsend, Eze, Zaha, Benteke, Batshuayi, Ayew.

Leeds provisional squad: Meslier, Alioski, Cooper, Koch, Ayling, Dallas, Costa, Harrison, Struijk, Shackleton, Klich, Hernandez, Bamford, Raphinha, Casilla, Poveda, Roberts.

 

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  • Premier League
  • Round 8
  • Selhurst Park
  • Chris Kavanagh
  • 07 Nov, 15:00

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Lineups

Crystal Palace
(4-4-2)
Leeds United
(3-4-2-1)
  • 31. Guaita

  • 6. S. Dann Goal

  • 17. N. Clyne

  • 3. P. van Aanholt

  • 18. J. McArthur

  • 10. A. Townsend

    71'
  • 8. C. Kouyaté

  • 25. E. Eze Goal

  • 44. J. Riedewald

    77'
  • 11. W. Zaha

  • 9. J. Ayew Goal

    85'

Substitutes

  • 1. J. Butland

  • 24. G. Cahill

  • 15. J. Schlupp

    71'
  • 12. M. Sakho

  • 22. J. McCarthy

    77'
  • 20. C. Benteke

    85'
  • 23. M. Batshuayi

  • 1. I. Meslier

  • 6. L. Cooper Yellow Card

  • 15. S. Dallas

  • 2. L. Ayling

  • 21. P. Struijk

    71'
  • 5. R. Koch

  • 43. M. Klich Yellow Card

  • 22. J. Harrison

  • 10. E. Alioski

  • 9. P. Bamford Goal

  • 17. Hélder Costa

    46'

Substitutes

  • 13. Kiko Casilla

  • 49. O. Casey

  • 24. L. Davis

  • 47. Jenkins Jack

  • 7. I. Poveda-Ocampo

  • 18. Raphinha

    46'
  • 11. T. Roberts

    71'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

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Leeds United vs Crystal Palace

There is a 31.6% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Crystal Palace, at 36.9%, are solid favorites to beat Leeds United who have a 31.5% chance.
In simulation wins, Leeds United upsets Crystal Palace by averaging 11.4 shots and 4.6 shots on goal.
They average 1.9 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.4 in simulation losses.
Overall, the average simulation score is Crystal Palace 1.1 to Leeds United 1.0.

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    Crystal Palace 4 - 1 Leeds United - Match Report

    Date published: 11/7/2020 6:04:17 PM

    Crystal Palace 4 - 1 Leeds United - Match Report

    Ebere Eze at the heart of the action as Crystal Palace see off Leeds

     

    Ebere Eze helped Crystal Palace secure an excellent 4-1 win over Premier League new boys Leeds in a feisty encounter at Selhurst Park.

    The attacker assisted Scott Dann’s first goal since December 2017 before he got off the mark for his new club with a wonderful free kick.

    Helder Costa’s own-goal and Jordan Ayew’s late strike capped a fantastic afternoon for 73-year-old Roy Hodgson, who got the better of Marcelo Bielsa – eight years his junior – in the capital.

    Patrick Bamford did pull one back for Leeds and had another controversially ruled out for offside by the Video Assistant Referee as United’s director of football, Victor Orta, let his frustration be heard on several occasions from the stand.

    While the focus pre-match was on the battle between the two oldest managers in the league, it was one of the youngest players on the pitch who made the difference early on.

    Hodgson handed a start to 22-year-old Eze in one of three changes to the side which lost 2-0 at Wolves last week and the former QPR playmaker quickly vindicated that decision.

    After creating an opportunity for Patrick Van Aanholt inside seven minutes, the 22-year-old found stand-in captain Dann from a corner five minutes later for the opener.

    It was his first assist since a switch to Palace in the summer and soon after the England Under-21 international got off the mark for his new club.

    Eze was fouled on the edge of the area by Robin Koch, but picked himself up and brilliantly curled over the wall and into the top corner with 22 played.

    Leeds had already had a goal harshly ruled out for a marginal offside on Bamford, which had left director of football Orta unhappy at Selhurst Park. Bamford was pointing where he wanted Mateusz Klich to play a pass, only for his outstretched arm to come back and cost him on review.

    Orta let his anger be known after Eze’s stunning strike too, with visiting midfielder Klich going down with an injury in the build up to Palace being awarded a free kick.

    Orta bemoaned the lack of fair play and showed his frustration in the stand, but Bamford did give him and Leeds something to smile about when he controlled Klich’s header and drilled in on the half volley in the 27th minute.

    It was the forward’s seventh goal of the campaign and yet the Eagles had the final say on a eventful first half when with 43 gone full-back Van Aanholt got forward on the left and saw his cross deflect off the sliding Helder Costa to squeeze past Illan Meslier at the near post.

    Bielsa replaced the Portuguese winger at half-time, with Raphinha introduced and Pascal Struijk should have pulled one back six minutes into the second period, but headed a Jack Harrison corner wide.

    Eagles goalkeeper Vicente Guaita was called into action twice in quick succession midway through the half and was equal to both efforts by Ezgjan Alioski and Harrison.

    Those stops would prove crucial when Ayew wrapped up the points for the hosts in the 70th minute.

    Wilfried Zaha produced a wonderful pass into his strike partner, who had pulled away from his marker and the Ghana international fired home for his first of the season.

    It consigned Leeds to a second straight 4-1 defeat, after losing at home to Leicester by the same score on Monday, but Palace have now triumphed in half of their eight league fixtures this term.

    Lineups

    Leeds United

    ( 3-4-2-1 )

    • 1. I. Meslier

    • 6. L. Cooper Yellow Card

    • 15. S. Dallas

    • 2. L. Ayling

    • 21. P. Struijk

      71'
    • 5. R. Koch

    • 43. M. Klich Yellow Card

    • 22. J. Harrison

    • 10. E. Alioski

    • 9. P. Bamford Goal

    • 17. Hélder Costa

      46'

    Substitutes

    • 13. Kiko Casilla

    • 49. O. Casey

    • 24. L. Davis

    • 47. Jenkins Jack

    • 7. I. Poveda-Ocampo

    • 18. Raphinha

      46'
    • 11. T. Roberts

      71'