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April 10

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Crystal Palace is proving numbers-defiant and very difficult to beat, and now hopes to flummox Chelsea’s top four hopes on Saturday at Selhurst Park (start time 12:30pm ET on NBC and online via

The Eagles continue to punch above the weight of their performances, beaten just once in their last six performances. Palace has defeated Brighton and West Brom while drawing Fulham, Manchester United, and Everton.

All five of those teams had plenty to play for, while Palace has been injury-riddled but also safe for weeks. Their results are a credit to Roy Hodson and squad depth, but Wilfried Zaha’s back now and can put a game on its heels.

When does Crystal Palace vs Chelsea kick off? Saturday 10th April, 2021 – 17:30 (UK)

Where is Crystal Palace vs Chelsea being played? Selhurst Park, London

Where can I get tickets for Crystal Palace vs Chelsea? Some clubs can now have some fans back in their stadiums so it is worth checking official club websites for the latest updates on the ticket situation

What TV channel is Crystal Palace vs Chelsea on in the UK? Sky Sports

Where can I stream Crystal Palace vs Chelsea in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match live via Sky Go

Crystal Palace host table-toppers Chelsea at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon in a game that has huge implications at both ends of the table.

Tony Pulis’ Palace side are on a dreadful run of form at present with only one win in their last six, per

Compare that to Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side, who have only lost once in their last 17 Premier League games, per WhoScored.

With so much at stake for either side, it’s arguable who needs the three points more.

Pulis will have to rouse his players from their slumber for his stumbling Palace side to have any chance at all in this game. Who would ever have thought that the return of Marouane Chamakh might be crucial to their stay in the division?!

The Moroccan has been missing for the last few games with a hamstring complaint, and in the meantime, Palace have failed to convert from open play.

Chelsea, meanwhile, went up a goal by Christian Pulisic, then down a man thanks to Thiago Silva, and fell 5-2 to West Brom last weekend for the first loss of Thomas Tuchel’s time at Stamford Bridge.

But the Blues looked good in beating Porto 2-0 on Wednesday in the Champions League and know three points will bring them either ahead of West Ham or within a point of third-place Leicester City depending on how the Foxes and Irons get on this weekend.

The home side now find themselves hovering perilously close to the Premier League trap door, just three points and one place above relegation.

Third-bottom Sunderland also have the luxury of a game in hand and a marginally better goal difference, per, so the need for a boost to Pulis’ hopes of survival is obvious.

Just a point separates Chelsea at the top from second-placed Liverpool after the latter’s win against Gus Poyet’s struggling side on Wednesday night.

The Blues have defeated Palace in each of their last four meetings, per WhoScored, and Mourinho will need that sequence to continue to keep his side in pole position with just a few games left of the season.


April 10

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