2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 7th in English Premier League
Van Aanholt adds a quick second for Palace (1:05)
Zaha and Palace finally break through (1:18)
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40dESPN staff

Zaha, Eriksen win monthly Prem awards

Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha was named Premier League Player of the Month for April while Tottenham's Christian Eriksen won Goal of the Month.

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44dPA Sport

Stoke relegated after home loss to Palace

A pair of second-half goals doomed Stoke City to the second tier for the first time in more than a decade with a 2-1 home loss to Crystal Palace.

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45dDan Kilpatrick

Pep, Hodgson deserve manager of year - Poch

Mauricio Pochettino says he can't choose between title-winning Pep Guardiola and Roy Hodgson as his Premier League manager of the year.

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50dPA Sport

Benteke set for end-of-season talks at Palace

Christian Benteke, Palace's club-record signing, has endured a frustrating campaign in which only his third goal came against Leicester on Saturday.

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53dESPN staff

Benteke fears he could miss World Cup place

Benteke has scored twice in 28 games for Crystal Palace, who have struggled in the Premier League, and has not played for Belgium this season.

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60dPA Sport

Hodgson insists Palace won't sell Benteke

Roy Hodgson has dismissed reports of Crystal Palace seeking to sell Christian Benteke and also insisted that they intend to keep Wilfried Zaha.

Prem Team of the Weekend: Week 34 (1:57)
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64dNick Miller

Palace, Brighton look safe as drama declines

The home side prevailed at Selhurst Park but, thanks to the form of clubs below them, both should avoid relegation in a drama-free end of season.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1010th
Goals Scored45Tied-9th
Assists26Tied-14th
Goals Conceded5510th