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Crystal Palace vs Burnley Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 English Premier League

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It has been a turbulent week or so for Crystal Palace. Amidst rumours he was about to be replaced, Roy Hodgson was taken to hospital and could not do his pre-Everton press conference, then there was a couple of days of radio silence from the club before it was confirmed Hodgson had departed and was also in a stable condition in hospital.

It was announced that their game later that day, on Monday, against Everton, would be coached by Paddy McCarthy and Ray Lewington before Oliver Glasner was officially appointed and took his first training session on Tuesday. The Austrian watched Palace share a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park and has an excellent opportunity to hit the ground running here.


Alongside Chris Wilder and Sheffield United, Vincent Kompany and Burnley appear destined for the drop with relegation appearing to be an inevitability at Turf Moor this season. The Clarets begin this weekend’s round of fixtures sitting well adrift down in 19th in the table with just three victories in their 25 matches so far this season.

The Lancastrians were most recently hammered by five goals to nil by Arsenal last weekend. Martin Odegaard opened the scoring early on for The Gunners before a brace from Bukayo Saka and then clinching goals scored by Leandro Trossard and Kai Havertz. Burnley have now conceded 55 goals in those 25 games this year.



Glasner has more or less confirmed that the availability of his players is the same as Palace's previous game, which would likely mean that Will Hughes still misses out.

Eberechi Eze is close to a return and it is hoped he will be available to face Tottenham next week.

PREDICTED XI (3-4-2-1): Johnstone; Ward, Andersen, Richards; Munoz, Lerma, Wharton, Mitchell; Ayew, Edouard; Mateta

UNAVAILABLE: Guehi (Injured), Holding (Injured), Doucoure (Injured), Eze (Injured), Olise (Injured), Rak-Sakyi (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Hughes (Injured)


Vincent Kompany has confirmed that Aaron Ramsey will make a full recovery but the former Aston Villa midfielder has had his season ended by an injury sustained against Arsenal last weekend.

Jordan Beyer also remains unavailable due to injury, along with the likes of Luca Koleosho, Nathan Redmond and Lyle Foster but Charlie Taylor has returned.

PREDICTED XI (4-4-2): Trafford; Assignon, O'Shea, Esteve, Delcroix; Gudmundsson, Berge, Brownhill, Odobert; Fofana, Amdouni

UNAVAILABLE: Beyer (Injured), Ramsey (Injured), Redmond (Injured), Koleosho (Injured), Foster (Injured)



With Crystal Palace set to make a major tactical and philosophical shift from Roy Hodgson to Oliver Glasner, there is an expectation that there will be teething issues down at Selhurst Park but they will hope they can be ironed out in pre-season after getting through to surviving this year. Never has there been a more welcoming game for Glasner to kick off his reign in England, though, than taking on a Burnley team that are simply waiting to be relegated. A home win to kick off the new era Palace appears likely.


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