Crystal Palace v Brighton has extra edge, says Roy Hodgson

Crystal Palace v Brighton has extra edge, says Roy Hodgson

Crystal Palace v Brighton has extra edge, says Roy Hodgson

Brighton suffered a heartbreaking 3-2 defeat at arch rivals Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

Zaha is Palace's talisman and has been a key player for the Eagles so far this season.

"It was uncharacteristic, because they were two goals from corners and we've been very good from corners since the West Brom game".

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Crystal Palace now sit dangerously close to the relegation zone, with just three points separating themselves and 18th placed Southampton.

The fifth goal of the game went Albion's way on 35 minutes, as neat play between Kayal and Locadia saw Jose Izquierdo put in on goal on the left of the box, with the Colombian calmly placing the ball past Wayne Hennessey into the far corner of the goal to reduce the deficit once more.

Tom Ince scored a stoppage-time victor against Watford to move Huddersfield a step closer to safety as the Terriers picked up just a third league victory in their last 16 games. The Seagulls are in 13th place in the table and are seven points clear of relegation.

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Chelsea's Olivier Giroud has now scored 19 Premier League goals as a substitute after netting two in eight minutes when he came on against Southampton.

Burnley's unlikely pursuit of a Europa League spot continued with a 2-1 victory over Leicester thanks to goals from Chris Wood and Kevin Long.

Swansea drop to 17th despite taking a point from Everton, with Jordan Ayew's second-half goal enough to earn the Swans a deserved share of the spoils after Kyle Naughton's unfortunate own goal had seen them fall behind. Their lack of recent wins can be attributed to a punishing run of games and this looks a big opportunity to claim a much-needed three points. A striker whose goal ratio was better than one in two during his four years at Selhurst Park has not lost any of that prowess in the twilight of his career, with his 11 league goals not only proving invaluable to Brighton's hopes of staying up but even leading to suggestions of a first England call-up at the age of 34.

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Jeffrey Schlupp is also closing in on a return to action as Palace brace for a decisive final five fixtures. Burnley is seventh, two points behind Arsenal, which plays Sunday at Newcastle.

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