It’s now ten days till Crystal Palace are subsequent in motion, with the Eagles now on a winter break.
The Eagles don’t have a sport this weekend, with the Premier League fixture schedule for matchweek 26 break up over two weekend.
Palace have been overwhelmed 3-1 by the Toffees at Goodison Park on Saturday, leaving Roy Hodgson’s males in 14th place within the Premier League with 12 video games to go.
Outcomes elsewhere went in Palace’s favour although, with Bournemouth dropping 2-1 towards Sheffield United and Brighton & Hove Albion and Watford drawing 1-1 on the Amex Stadium.
In consequence, Palace are actually six factors above the relegation zone with 12 video games to play, though some groups beneath them do now have a sport in hand, with the Eagles not taking part in once more till Saturday, February 22, once they host Newcastle United at Selhurst Park.
Under, we check out the newest Palace information.
Connor Wickham explains switch choice
It could have been a quiet switch deadline day for Crystal Palace by way of new arrivals, however a number of gamers left the membership on the ultimate day of January.
A type of was striker Connor Wickham, who made the transfer to hitch Championship facet Sheffield Wednesday on mortgage for the remainder of the season.
And the previous Ipswich City and Sunderland man has defined one of many key components in his choice was Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk.
Talking to the Sheffield Star, Wickham mentioned: “He was huge to be sincere. I spoke to him fairly a couple of instances and I felt the love from the supervisor.
“That’s what you want, I felt that the supervisor wished me, so hopefully I can get on the pitch and repay that religion.
“As quickly as I spoke to the supervisor, I spoke to my dad, I spoke to my agent and mentioned ‘we have to make this occur’, and fortunately it did.”
Wickham made his first look for Wednesday in a 1-1 draw with Barnsley on Saturday, taking part in 80 minutes of the match at Oakwell.
Luka Milivojevic’s admission
Crystal Palace midfielder Luka Milivojevic has mentioned it’s a part of his position as a captain to try to defend the Eagles’ finest gamers, together with Wilfried Zaha.
The Serbian midfielder has lately returned from a three-game suspension, following a purple card he was proven through the FA Cup third spherical defeat towards Derby County in January.
Milivojevic has opened up about how a lot it harm him to be despatched off, including that he should be taught from his mistake.
However the Palace skipper has additionally spoken concerning the significance of his position as captain in serving to to guard his team-mates – and Zaha particularly.
In an interview with Palace’s matchday programme, which was printed on the membership’s web site, he mentioned: “Everyone knows that a lot of the groups will go to kick your finest participant.
“I attempt to defend him [Zaha], it is a part of my job as captain. I am at all times there to assist others.
“However this time [against Derby], it was a unique state of affairs. I did not resolve it in the best way I ought to. You need to be taught in your errors, attempt to by no means repeat them once more – you do not go away your staff with a person down.
“I misplaced loads from this purple card as an individual, I do know that. However the different gamers can be taught from my mistake too. I let the gamers down, which is one thing you can’t do.”