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Wednesday, 19 December, 2018

Crystal Palace may struggle to repel hungry Wolves

Wanderers can rule at Selhurst Park

Wolves defender Willy Boly scores against Manchester City
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Wolves have hardly put a foot wrong since losing 2-0 at Leicester in their opening match and their superb start can continue with a victory at Selhurst Park.

European qualification looks a realistic ambition for Wolves, who have added more quality to one of the best teams the Sky Bet Championship has ever seen.

Palace are in for a tough game and could be second-best unless they can improve markedly on their poor performance in the 2-1 loss at Bournemouth on Monday.

1pt 17-10 Hills

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Team news
Crystal Palace
Christian Benteke (knee) is still unavailable and long-term absentees Scott Dann and Connor Wickham lack match fitness.

Wolves could be unchanged for the eighth successive Premier League game, setting a new record. Helder Costa is expected to shake off a knock.

Key stat
Crystal Palace have failed to score in all three of their home matches this season.

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Crystal Palace have failed to score in all three of their home matches this season
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