Week 38 brings us a match on Jul 26th where Crystal Palace hosts Tottenham Hotspur in a meeting of these two Premier League teams in the ever popular London derby. Weather on match day is looking like a cloudy and cool day, with daytime temperatures of only 18 degrees, which will be a great treat for players. Crystal Palace is fresh off their 0-2 loss against Manchester United, and Crystal Palace is looking for direction having earned 12 points in their last 10 matches, while In their last match, 7th placed Tottenham Hotspur, recorded a 3-0 shutout win against Leicester City. With 18 points in their last 10 matches Tottenham Hotspur should be reasonably happy with their performance.
In their last match together, in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Tottenham Hotspur was victorious by a score of 4 to 0 in front of almost 60000 spectators. Heung-Min Son struck first for Tottenham Hotspur in the 10th minute, then Patrick van Aanholt added another on an own goal in the 21st minute At the end of 90 a dissapointed Crystal Palace couldn’t manage to score, and Tottenham Hotspur took the shutout win.
Tottenham Hotspur is fortunate enough to have Harry Kane in top form. In the last 5 matches the attacker has scored 4 goals. Christian Benteke and Wilfried Zaha are the top scorers for Crystal Palace in the last five matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal. It’s hard to imagine having success with those stats
Patrick van Aanholt, Christian Benteke, Martin Kelly, Jeffrey Schlupp, James Tomkins, Gary Cahill and Nikola Tavares are unavailable to play for Crystal Palace, while Juan Foyth, Dele Alli, Japhet Tanganga and Troy Parrott are unavailable to play for José Mario Felix dos Santos Mourinho’s team.