Roy Hodgson details Crystal Palace injuries vs Liverpool after beating Bournemouth

Bournemouth 0 – Crystal Palace 2

Crystal Palace returned on work on Saturday with a terrific 2-0 away win at Bournemouth.

Luka Milivojevic marked his return from suspension with a cracking free-kick in the 12th minute.

Jordan Ayew continued his superb scoring season for Palace claiming the second goal in the 23rd minute after Wilf Zaha and Patrick Van Aanholt combined down the left.

The win lifted the Eagles up to 9th in the standings on 42 points. Palace are level with Tottenham.

Meanwhile, Bournemouth remain third from bottom after the defeat. The Cherries are behind West ham on goal difference.

 

Roy Hodgson details Crystal Palace injuries vs Liverpool

Next up for Crystal Palace is an away trip to Liverpool on Wednesday.

If Liverpool beat Everton today, and Man City lose to Burnley on Monday night, the Reds will be crowned Premier League champs before the Palace game even kicks off.

Alternatively, if Man City win their next match, Liverpool will be confirmed as champs with a win over the south Londoners.

Following the Bournemouth match, manager Roy Hogdson detailed his team’s injury problems before the trip to Liverpool.

Martin Kelly (calf), James Tomkins (thigh) and Jeffrey Schlupp (knock) all missed the match at the Vitality Stadium.

Those three players all seem set to miss the Liverpool game too, as Hodgson said it’s “unlikely we will get more than one of” the injured players back “in the coming weeks”.

 

Watch Roy Hodgson’s press conference after Bournemouth

 

Will Crystal Palace play Europa League football next season?

For the record, Crystal Palace’s highest ever Premier League finish is 11th.

However, with 8 rounds of the season remaining, the Eagles have an incredible opportunity to secure a spot in next season’s Europa League.

The Eagles play Liverpool, Leicester, Chelsea, Manchester United, Wolves and Tottenham; what’s clear is that Palace have their destiny in their own hands.

 

Also see: Everton FC vs Liverpool FC live streaming & betting tips.

Newcastle United vs Sheffield United live streaming & betting tips.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea live streaming and betting tips.


This article was edited by Ben Green.

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