Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
When the fixture list came out during the summer, Crystal Palace and Brighton fans immediately looked for their derby matches in the calendar. The Eagles and Seagulls have a deep-rooted hatred of one another and they’ll be fireworks at Selhurst Park at 3.00pm on Saturday.
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Even after losing to Leeds and drawing with Hull in the past few rounds of matches, it’s been a sensational start to the season for Crystal Palace.
Tipped to be strugglers this season having staved off relegation last term after the club escaped for the jaws of insolvency, Palace, lead by the the brilliant Wilfried Zaha, have established themselves as serious promotion contenders sitting second in the table following an earlier 14-game unbeaten run.
The newly appointed Palace boss Ian Holloway is unlikely to make too many changes to his line up this Saturday, however leading Eagles scorer Glenn Murray (15 goals) will undoubtedly come bakc into the team following his one-match suspension against Hull.
Brighton will also be unlikely to spring any selection surprises, coming into the game with a settled squad who have climbed the table to 7th following a seven-game unbeaten run.
The main news for the Seagulls surrounds winger Kazenga LuaLua. The Newcastle loanee may be left out the side for the Saturday’s game as he is currently at the centre of a court case regarding affray.
Elsewhere, sometime-footballer Wayne Bridge could be recalled a left back if he recovers from a calf injury, while attacker Craig Mackail-Smith (9 goals) and midfielder Will Buckley (5 goals) are the danger-men for Brighton.
Palace have won 2 and drawn 1 of the last three recent meetings between the sides, and the Eagles will be confident of getting back on the winning track against their fierce rivals.