Crystal Palace will look to recover from Monday’s Leeds defeat when they host Burnley this weekend

Roy Hodgson’s side were comfortably beaten last time out on Elland Road, having won two consecutive games against Wolves and Newcastle in the previous two games, with relegation and qualification equally unlikely to the Europa League, there is a risk that Palace’s season is out Hodgson will want to avoid that, especially as the club faces a big decision about his future The former England boss is out of contract this summer and the palace hierarchy is set to weigh up whether or not to offer him a new deal

Burnley is closer to the bottom three than his upcoming opponents, but they too don’t seem in great danger of falling through the trapdoor. Sean Dyche’s side are nine points ahead of the weekend after going in the last Weeks farther from the relegation zone, you will now try to finish the Double Over Palace that the Clarets defeated at Turf Moor at the start of the campaign


Palace currently has the longest injury list in the division Wayne Hennessey, Connor, Jeff Schlupp Wickham and Nathan Ferguson are long absent, while James Tomkins and Mamadou Sakho have struggled with various injury issues throughout the season, while Joel Ward took a hit while the midfield duo James McCarthy and James McArthur must be rated

Above all, Palace remains without star Wilfried Zaha, who has a thigh strain Ebere Eze is expected to set the spark in Zaha’s absence, while Jean-Philippe Mateta will hope to keep his place at the top alongside Jordan Ayew / p>

Burnley could welcome back Nick Pope and Jack Cork, both of whom coached ahead of Saturday’s game, Chris Wood has doubts about a hamstring injury, while Charlie Taylor is likely to take no chances as he continues his return from a problem with the same muscle as Robbie Brady could be on the day’s roster, but Josh Brownhill is a doubt

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