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May 6, 2023
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Tottenham 1-0 Crystal Palace

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Darren England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

Spurs - WLLDL ------ Palace - WWDL

Having both been involved in spectacular seven-goal affairs last weekend,we and Palace have a lot to live up to in today’s Premier League London derby.We were edged out 4-3 by Liverpool at Anfield in our most recent battle, while the Eagles won by the same score line against fellow London rivals West Ham United.

Seven days on from our Newcastle United-inflicted mauling, a similar story appeared to be materialising for our travelling faithful at Anfield, where Liverpool stormed into a 3-0 lead with just 15 minutes gone through Jones, Diaz and Salah.

A few of our supporters may have already begun drafting their applications for refunds, but we threatened an almighty turnaround through Kane, Son and Richarlison, only forJota to sink our hearts in added time.

Jota's dramatic winner had come not long after he escaped a sending-off for a high boot on Skipp - leaving Mason seething - but Skipp was also fortunate to avoid further punishment for an earlier crunching tackle on Diaz in a contest where controversy was the name of the game.

Despite Mason's insistence that his side were superior "by a country mile", the scoreline is the only statistic that matters, and our fourth successive match without a win leaves us down in sixth in the rankings, nine points behind Manchester United thanks to the Red Devils' defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion on Thursday.

While there was a lot for Mason to feel proud about at Anfield, 15 goals conceded in our last four games is alarming to say the least, and since our goalless draw with AC Milan two months ago, we have scored and shipped at least one goal in each of our last eight contests

Having failed to find the back of the net against Everton or Wolverhampton Wanderers, some feared that Hodgson's powers over his Palace attackers had waned, but such concerns were laid to rest during an enthralling capital clash with West Ham last weekend.

Hodgson's impact in such a short space of time has been nothing short of marvellous, but two clean sheets in 10 Premier League games is not all that reassuring before a trip to us, who trounced the Eagles 4-0 at Selhurst Park back on January 4.


We first played each other on Saturday 12th January 1924 in the FA Cup where Palace beat us 2-0.

We have gone on to play each other competitively 56 times where we won 30, they won 11 and 15 were drawn.

League: We have won 27 times, they have won 7 and 13 games have been draws

FA Cup: We have won 2 times, they have won 4 and 1 was drawn.

League Cup: We won 1, they haven’t won any and 1 was drawn.