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Wednesday, 24 October, 2018

Palace showing signs of life under Hodgson

Powerful Palace forward Christian Benteke
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Kick-off 7.45pm Tuesday

Crystal Palace have been stuck at the foot of the table for two-and-a-half months but can move up two places by beating Brighton at the Amex.

Brighton were unlucky to lose 1-0 at Manchester United on Saturday.

That was the Seagulls' first loss in six but it also left them only six points above the drop zone.

Survival looks achievable but they put a big effort into the match at Old Trafford and may be vulnerable against the Eagles, who are growing in confidence and have the pace to hurt them on the counter-attack.

Recommendation
Crystal Palace draw no bet
1pt 11-10 Betfair, Paddy Power

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Team news
Brighton
Beram Kayal (broken leg) lacks match fitness and Steve Sidwell (back) is out.

Crystal Palace
Patrick van Aanholt (hamstring) is a doubt and Lee Chung-Yong (hamstring) and Connor Wickham (knee) are out but Jordon Mutch could be available after missing Saturday's win over Stoke with a knock.

Key stat
Brighton have kept one clean sheet in their last nine home league games.


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