Crystal Palace vs Tottenham live streaming
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Match: Crystal Palace vs Tottenham
Competition: Premier League
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Crystal Palace vs Tottenham live streaming: Match preview
Another tough fixture for Crystal Palace.
In their last two, they held Arsenal to a 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park before losing 3-1 at Chelsea last Sunday.
Their next match is a trip to Old Trafford so they’ll be desperate to get some points on the board and not be dragged into danger.
Spurs were seemingly cruising last Saturday as they went 3-0 up at Wolves.
However, Juan Foyth gave away two penalties on his Premier League debut but Spurs did manage to just about hold on and win 3-2.
On Tuesday, they kept their Champions League hopes just about alive with a comeback 2-1 win over PSV Eindhoven at Wembley.
Can they win again?