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Crystal Palace vs Fulham, Premier League Gameweek 8: Open Thread

Crystal Palace Vs Fulham Crystal Palace vs Fulham, Premier League Gameweek 8: Open Thread

Crystal Palace play Fulham today in a relegation dogfight. For viewers in the United States, the match kicks off at 3pm ET on NBCSN.

Fourth from bottom Fulham play second from bottom Palace at Selhurst Park in a match where Fulham will see three players returning from injury — Scott Parker, Aaron Hughes and Maarten Stekelenburg.

Crystal Palace (from): Alexander, Price, Speroni, Blake, Delaney, Gabbidon, Hunt, Mariappa, McCarthy, Moxey, Parr, Ward, Bannan, Bolasie, Campana, Dikgacoi, Grandin, Guedioura, Jedinak, Kebe, O’Keefe, Puncheon, Thomas, Chamakh, Gayle, Jerome, Phillips, Wilbraham.

Fulham (from): Etheridge, Stekelenburg, Stockdale, Amorebieta, Briggs, Hangeland, Hughes, Riether, Riise, Senderos, Boateng, Dejagah, Duff, Frei, Kacaniklic, Karagounis, Kasami, Parker, Richardson, Sidwell, Taarabt, Zverotic, Bent, Berbatov, Rodallega, Ruiz.
Match Appointments

Referee: Lee Mason. Assistants: J Brooks, S Bennett. Fourth Official: C Pawson.

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation with fellow soccer fans in the comments section below.

Photo credit: EPL Index.


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