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Report | September 3

Newcastle United

0 - 0

Crystal Palace

Honours even at St. James' Park.

Honors even in this one, with neither side able to force a breakthrough.

The Overview

  • In a tightly contested game, the teams had a fairly equal share of the ball with 52% possession for the Magpies and 48% for the Eagles.
  • The Eagles may count themselves fortunate to have shared the points after managing just 19 shots compared to the Magpies' 23.

The Details

Alexander Isak only touched the ball 20 times, cutting a frustrated figure up front. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Eagles had a slight advantage, clocking up 363 completed passes to the Magpies' 361. For Palace, Michael Olise was relentless, getting 7 crosses into the opposition box.

Newcastle's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Palace earn their second draw in a row.

Top Performers

Nick PopeVicente Guaita
Earned a clean sheetEarned a clean sheet
Saved 9 shotsSaved 5 shots

Both squads play next on Sunday, September 11th. Newcastle take on West Ham at the London Stadium, while Palace meet Man United at Selhurst Park. Can the Magpies do better next time? Will the Eagles start a run of draws?

Report | August 30

Crystal Palace

1 - 1

Brentford

Wilfried Zaha 59 Yoane Wissa 88

Yoane Wissa stuns Crystal Palace with late equalizer.

Wilfried Zaha netted the first goal of the match for Palace in the 59th minute. Brentford's Yoane Wissa retaliated with an equalizer in the 88th minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.

The Overview

  • In a tightly contested game, the teams had a fairly equal share of the ball with 49% possession for the Eagles and 51% for the Bees.
  • The Bees may count themselves fortunate to have shared the points after managing just nine shots compared to the Eagles' 13.

The Details

While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Bees had a slight advantage, clocking up 476 completed passes to the Eagles' 474. For Brentford, Mathias Jensen was relentless, getting 7 crosses into the opposition box. Meanwhile Vitaly Janelt's excellent reading of the game was on show again, he intercepted the ball 4 times.

Palace's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Brentford earn their second draw in a row.

Top Performers

Wilfried ZahaYoane Wissa
Drew 4 fouls (6th in the Premier League)1 goal scored
3 corners won (6th in the Premier League)1 cross (6th on their team)

Both squads play next on Saturday, September 3rd. Palace meet Newcastle at St. James' Park, while Brentford take on Leeds at Brentford Community Stadium. Can the Eagles do better next time? Will the Bees start a run of draws?

Report | August 27

Manchester City

4 - 2

Crystal Palace

Bernardo Silva 53 John Stones 4 [OG]
Erling Haaland 62, 70, 81 Joachim Andersen 21

Erling Haaland stars in Man City win.

This match was quite the high-scoring affair. John Stones opened up the scoring with a dreaded own goal, digging a hole for Palace in the 4th minute. After the first goal, Man City responded in a big way, with a 4 goal barrage. Palace added another 1 goal, but it was not enough as Man City took the three points.

The Overview

  • City saw a lot of the ball with 75% possession and created plenty of chances too, racking up 18 shots.
  • The lack of attacking threat proved to be the Eagles' downfall. They will know that two shots isn't enough to win games at the top level.
  • Although they got the win, City were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 28% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Kevin De Bruyne continually probed down the flank, getting 13 crosses into the box. It was a truly dominant display from City completing 512 more passes than the Eagles.

Man City take the three points. Meanwhile, Palace's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Erling HaalandBernardo Silva
3 goals scored1 goal scored
Completed 8 passes (13th on their team)Drew 2 fouls (1st on their team)

Next up, Man City take on Forest at the Etihad on Wednesday, August 31st. While Palace take on Brentford at Selhurst Park on Tuesday, August 30th. Can City win again? Will the Eagles improve their form?

Report | August 20

Crystal Palace

3 - 1

Aston Villa

Wilfried Zaha 7, 58 Ollie Watkins 5
Jean-Philippe Mateta 71

Palace beat Villa thanks to Wilfried Zaha heroics.

Ollie Watkins scored the match's first goal for Villa in the 5th minute after a set up by Leon Bailey. Palace's Wilfried Zaha then responded with an equalizer in the 7th minute. With the game tied, Palace continued their scoring with goals in the 58th and 71st that proved to be the difference, as Palace came back from their initial deficit to defeat Villa.

The Overview

  • In a tight battle for the ball, the Eagles made good use of their possession (51%), generating 17 shots to the Villans' 13 shots.
  • The Eagles' accuracy paid off well, 53% of their shots were on target.

The Details

Eberechi Eze posed a threat out wide all game, registering 5 crosses. The Eagles had a slight edge in the passing department, registering 450 completed passes compared to the Villans' 423.

Palace take the lion's share of the points. Meanwhile, Villa's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Wilfried ZahaEberechi Eze
2 goals scoredBlocked 2 shots (4th in the Premier League)
Drew 4 fouls (4th in the Premier League)Drew 3 fouls (16th in the Premier League)

Next up, Palace will be looking to cause an upset against Man City on Saturday, August 27th. While Villa take on West Ham at Villa Park on Sunday, August 28th. Can the Eagles win again? Will the Villans improve their form?

Report | August 15

Liverpool

1 - 1

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Luis Díaz 61 Wilfried Zaha 32

Palace hang on for draw with Liverpool.

Wilfried Zaha got the opener for Palace in the 32nd minute. Liverpool's Luis Díaz retaliated with a tying goal in the 61st minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.

The Overview

  • The Eagles were able to get away with a point despite only having 27% possession.
  • They didn't lose, but it might feel like it for the Reds. They managed a massive 17 more shots than their opponents.

The Details

The threat came from out wide, with Trent Alexander-Arnold registering 10 crosses, while Darwin Núñez only touched the ball 19 times, cutting a frustrated figure up front. Despite losing, the Reds were dominant in the passing game, completing a massive 451 more passes than the Eagles.

Back-to-back draws for Liverpool. Meanwhile, Palace continue their string of mixed results.

Top Performers

Luis DíazWilfried Zaha
1 goal scored1 goal scored
5 tackles won (1st in the game)1 corner won (1st on their team)

Next up, Liverpool meet rivals Man United for a showdown at Old Trafford on Monday, August 22nd. While Palace meet Villa at Selhurst Park on Saturday, August 20th. Can the Reds make it three consecutive draws? Will the Eagles improve their form?


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