Friday, 6 December 2013

Crystal Palace V Cardiff live Stream Premier League – Preview 7th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 7th December 2013, One of the important match Crystal Palace V Cardiff of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming Crystal Palace V Cardiff streaming is available here Crystal Palace V Cardiff Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Selhurst Park 12/07/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Crystal Palace V Cardiff Live Stream Crystal Palace V Cardiff,Crystal Palace V Cardiff online free, Crystal Palace V Cardiff Live High Quality Streaming video.Crystal Palace V Cardiff at Selhurst Park Saturday 7th December 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). Crystal Palace have no fresh injuries so Tony Pulis may stay loyal to the side that beat West Ham on Tuesday.Yannick Bolasie sits out the last game of his three-match suspension, while Adlene Guedioura, Jack Hunt and Glenn Murray remain sidelined.
Cardiff are expected to welcome back Craig Bellamy from a hamstring complaint.
Left-back Andrew Taylor is also fit again but faces a battle to dislodge teenager Declan John.
I remember driving across London on the August Bank Holiday weekend, listening to Tony Pulis providing co-commentary for BBC 5 Live as Cardiff defeated Manchester City in their first ever home match in the Premier League.
As a Welshman, the pride in his voice was obvious as Cardiff won 3-2 in a dramatic match. He was very good in the role, and I have had the pleasure of working with him a couple of times in his short spell away from management.
The media's loss is Palace's gain, and after an excellent win over West Ham on Tuesday, Pulis finds himself up against the club he was so delighted for on that August day.
Cardiff's one away victory this season came in the capital, at Fulham, at the end of September, thanks to a late Jordan Mutch goal. Since then it's just one win in eight for Malky Mackay's side, but they will certainly fancy their chances of returning home with all three points this weekend, despite Palace's improvement.
To do so, Cardiff will have to end their run of three away matches without a goal. Indeed, they've scored just three times - all at home - in their last six matches, although those goals did earn a draw against Manchester United and victory over Welsh rivals Swansea.
Cardiff start this match just above the relegation zone, with Palace now only four points behind them following their win over West Ham. Many pundits are predicting a draw, which seems a logical conclusion, yet since when has football been about logic?
One thing absolutely certain about this match is that the atmosphere will be intense. Selhurst Park with the floodlights on and both sets of fans in full voice is a great place to be.

Crystal Palace have won 18 of the 30 previous home league games with Cardiff (D6, L6), including a 3-2 victory last season - a win percentage of 60%.
Only twice in the last 16 games have either club won this fixture by more than one goal.
In the last three league meetings, the team to score first has ended up losing the game.

Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace have picked up seven points from their last four games, keeping clean sheets in three of them - that's two points more than Manchester United over the same period.
All three of the Eagles' victories have been against sides currently in the bottom half of the Premier League table.
Palace's three league wins this season have all come under different managers: Ian Holloway, Keith Millen (caretaker manager) and Tony Pulis.
Pulis's side are 11th based on the six-game form table.

Cardiff City
Cardiff's only win in their last eight games was their south Wales derby victory over Swansea on 3 November (W1, D3, L4).
The Bluebirds have scored 11 times in the Premier League this season; only opponents Crystal Palace (8) have scored less.
Cardiff have failed to score in their last two league games and found the back of the net only three times in the last 619 minutes.
Only Everton and West Brom (six) have drawn more games than Malky Mackay's side (five). 

Competition: Premier League   
Crystal Palace V Cardiff                                                                                
Date: Saturday 7th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Selhurst Park                                     
Live/Repeat: Live

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