Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Betting: Eagles set to maul newly promoted Terriers


Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Betting: Eagles set to maul newly promoted Terriers

The 24-year-old is seen by many as the key player for Palace this season, as they look to try and achieve a respectable position in the Premier League this year, although it will depend on how well he can perform. Here is all the information you need for Crystal Palace's home clash with Huddersfield.

He follows Chris Löwe, Elias Kachunga, Jonathan Hogg, Tommy Smith, Rajiv van La Parra, Christopher Schindler, Joel Coleman and Philip Billing in signing new deals at the Terriers.

New Crystal Palace defender Jairo Riedewald could make his Premier League debut after an £8m switch from Ajax.

Both Martin Cranie (hip) and Jon Gorenc Stankovic (knee) are long-term absentees but Jonathan Hogg and Nahki Wells (both ankle) have a chance of featuring this month before the worldwide break.

Palace have won just one of their last 12 competitive games against Huddersfield Town (W1 D7 L4).

"It was a great day for Steve Mounie; flawless if you come new into the Premier League".

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The Terriers' last top-flight win was in November 1971 over Brian Clough's Derby, enduring a 22-game winless run after that. Their only goal in their last five games was an own-goal scored by Sheffield Wednesday's Tom Lees in the Championship play-offs.

Palace defended poorly for all three goals and looked vulnerable throughout as De Boer began his reign as Eagles manager with a 3-4-3 formation that on first evidence may incur some teething problems.

Hudson left Cardiff City for a nominal fee back in August 2014 for Huddersfield Town after being deemed out-of-favour after the summer signings of Bruno Ecuele Manga and Sean Morrrison.

"Over the last season he showed how his qualities suit English football and our style of play". Saturday was regarded as "my day".