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Crystal Palace vs Huddersfield Town Match Predictions & Match Preview 12/08/2017

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Crystal Palace vs Huddersfield Town Match Predictions & Match Preview 12/08/2017
Wilfried Zaha comes under the spotlight as Crystal Palace start out a new Premier League course with former Ajax and Internazionale manager Frank de Boer at the helm, while they welcome newcomers Huddersfield Town, who were through to the Premier League after winning two of the EFL play-off round games.
Match status: 2017/18 FA Premier League - Matchweek 1
Kick-off: Saturday 12 Aug 2017, 03:00pm GMT
Venue: "Selhurst Park" in London, England
While Palace had a similar campaign to 2015/16, their form at Selhurst Park will have been most concerning. They had the third-worst home record in the Premier League, with just 20 points taken from a possible 57. Only relegated Sunderland and Middlesbrough earned less.

Of the 25 games Huddersfield won during the regular Championship season, they won all bar three of them by a single-goal margin. They often did just enough to come out on top and although they finished fifth in the table, they were only the 14th-highest scorers in the division.

Teams' Possible Starting Lineups:

Crystal Palace: Wayne Hennessey - Jairo Riedewald, Luka Milivojevic, Scott Dann - Jeffrey Schlupp, Jason Puncheon, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Andros Townsend - Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke, Jason Eyenga-Lokilo (3-4-3 formation)

Huddersfield: Jonas Lössl - Tommy Smith, Christopher Schindler, Zanka, Chris Löwe - Danny Williams, Aaron Mooy - Elias Kachunga, Kasey Palmer, Tom Ince - Steve Mounie (4-2-3-1 formation)

Crystal Palace & Huddersfield's Missing Players:

Crystal Palace: Bakary Sako. Questionable: Pape Souaré, Yohan Cabaye, Connor Wickham, James McArthur.

Huddersfield: Martin Cranie, Nahki Wells, Jon Gorenc Stankovic, Jonathan Hogg.

Crystal Palace - Huddersfield Head-to-Head:

2012/13 Championship
Huddersfield 1-0 Crystal Palace

2012/13 Championship
Crystal Palace 1-1 Huddersfield

2000/01 Championship
Crystal Palace 0-0 Huddersfield

2000/01 Championship
Huddersfield 1-2 Crystal Palace

Ajax played good football under De Boer and I think Palace will be a good side to watch but the Premier League is ruthless and they won't score three or four goals every game, so he'll have to work on the defence more than anything.
Main Match Predictions:
Full Time Outcome:Crystal Palace to Win @ 1.83 (5/6)
Possible Score:1-0 Home Win @ 6.50 (11/2)
Konstantin Sboiev
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