Premier League In Focus – Crystal Palace vs Stoke Preview

When? Saturday 25th November, 15:00 (UK)

Where? Selhurst Park

What channel is it on? Crystal Palace vs Stoke will not be televised live

Are tickets still available?

Crystal Palace -

Stoke – SOLD OUT

Head-to-head – last five meetings: Crystal Palace W4, Stoke W1
Head-to-head – Premier League meetings: Crystal Palace W5, Stoke W2, D1
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Crystal Palace W26, Stoke W19, D13

All of Crystal Palace’s five points in the Premier League this season have come at home (W1, D2). The same can be said for all six of their Premier League goals with them all being scored at Selhurst Park.

The Eagles still only average 0.5 goals a game and are the lowest scorers in the division at present.

Crystal Palace and Stoke have both conceded 24 goals this season - an average of two goals against per game.

Crystal Palace have not won any of their last four league matches (D2, L2).

Crystal Palace are the least efficient team in front of goal - they require an average of 25.6 efforts on goal before scoring in the Premier League this season.

Crystal Palace are shown an average of two bookings per Premier League game this season.

Stoke come into this game having only won of their last five Premier League matches.

Peter Crouch became the most used substitute in the Premier League with his 143rd appearance off the bench against Brighton on Monday night.

Stoke have scored more Premier League goals this season from corners than anyone else – six.

Darren Fletcher now holds the record for the most Premier League appearances for a Scottish player (326).

Stoke have the second lowest average possession in the Premier League this season at just 43.2%.

September 2016 pitted the two teams together at Selhurst Park and it would be the home side who would run out comfortable winners thanks to a 4-1 victory. It was a day to forget for Stoke with only Marko Arnautovic’s consolation goal giving the travelling fans reason to cheer.