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View taylors lovechild's Profile taylors lovechild Flag 10 Nov 22 4.13pm Send a Private Message to taylors lovechild Add taylors lovechild as a friend

I expect it to be a tougher game than West Ham as I think they actually believe they are in a fight against relegation. Six weeks ago I would have put this down as a confident win but they've had more time to learn each others names now and they have some talented individuals. Having said that, Zaha seems to have the bit between his teeth and Eze and Olise are finding form, so I'm going to go for a 0-2 win to us.

 

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Hennessy had a good game v Spurs but I expect he will be back on the bench. I'll be rooting for Wales at the WC now that Southgate, predictably, did not pick any Palace players

2-2

 

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Felt encouraged watching Forest play Villa a few weeks back where, at home, they just sat back and although they mostly kept Villa out their defenders looked clumsy with some of their challenges around the box.

A few years ago, we had no idea how to score against a low block. Now, with Eze, Olise, Zaha sat on the edge of the box, I'll always back us to score against that low block.

Aurier has a Zaha lunge resulting in a penalty written all over him as well.

 


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I'm going for 1-1

 


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View Den1923's Profile Den1923 Flag 11 Nov 22 8.58am Send a Private Message to Den1923 Add Den1923 as a friend

Originally posted by pssguy

Hennessy had a good game v Spurs but I expect he will be back on the bench. I'll be rooting for Wales at the WC now that Southgate, predictably, did not pick any Palace players

2-2

do you not think that in his opinion they are just not good enough and that it has nothing to do with predictability!

 

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View doombear's Profile doombear Flag Too far from Selhurst Park 11 Nov 22 9.59am Send a Private Message to doombear Add doombear as a friend

Originally posted by Den1923

do you not think that in his opinion they are just not good enough and that it has nothing to do with predictability!


Or perhaps, not yet ready for a major tournament. It's one thing to trial a player in a friendly or a qualifier but the main events (World Cup and Euros) requires something more. Of our 3 potential WC players:
- Mitchell has regressed and needs to get back to where he was when he got his (let's face it - surprise cap.
- Guehi hasn't pushed on as much as I, for one, would have liked but he still better than Maguire (who looked lost against Villa last night and was poor in his last England game) and Coady (chosen for dressing room banter, perhaps)
- Eze is only just beginning to prosper and the World Cup has come too soon (also, Maddison deserves his place ahead of Ebs as he's been performing consistently throughout this calendar year).

I can see both Eze and Guehi making the Euros in 18 months time, though.

But back to the Forest game, I still see it being tight but hoping we can nick it 0-1 or 1-2.

 

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View MrRobbo's Profile MrRobbo Flag Purley 11 Nov 22 10.29am Send a Private Message to MrRobbo Add MrRobbo as a friend

Originally posted by doombear


Or perhaps, not yet ready for a major tournament. It's one thing to trial a player in a friendly or a qualifier but the main events (World Cup and Euros) requires something more. Of our 3 potential WC players:
- Mitchell has regressed and needs to get back to where he was when he got his (let's face it - surprise cap.
- Guehi hasn't pushed on as much as I, for one, would have liked but he still better than Maguire (who looked lost against Villa last night and was poor in his last England game) and Coady (chosen for dressing room banter, perhaps)
- Eze is only just beginning to prosper and the World Cup has come too soon (also, Maddison deserves his place ahead of Ebs as he's been performing consistently throughout this calendar year).

I can see both Eze and Guehi making the Euros in 18 months time, though.

But back to the Forest game, I still see it being tight but hoping we can nick it 0-1 or 1-2.

All very fair.

As much as I love Ebs, England are seriously stacked with attacking midfielders, we could put out 2 or 3 top front 3's.

Guehi is the one that I'm a bit pissed about. Connor Coady isn't bad, but he isn't great, and nor is he the future of the England team. Its highly unlikely he is getting on the pitch at any point, and if he does, lets be honest, football isn't coming home.

Guehi on the other hand has been with England at every level and captained most/all of them. And at 22 the FA must have him down as future England captain candidate. So wouldn't it be more beneficial for him to experience a tournament and sit on the bench vs the nearly 30yr old Coady?


 

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View oghash's Profile oghash Flag 11 Nov 22 9.15pm Send a Private Message to oghash Add oghash as a friend

Is Edouard fit, do we know?

I assume he'll start if he is?

 


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Originally posted by MrRobbo

All very fair.

As much as I love Ebs, England are seriously stacked with attacking midfielders, we could put out 2 or 3 top front 3's.

Guehi is the one that I'm a bit pissed about. Connor Coady isn't bad, but he isn't great, and nor is he the future of the England team. Its highly unlikely he is getting on the pitch at any point, and if he does, lets be honest, football isn't coming home.

Guehi on the other hand has been with England at every level and captained most/all of them. And at 22 the FA must have him down as future England captain candidate. So wouldn't it be more beneficial for him to experience a tournament and sit on the bench vs the nearly 30yr old Coady?


I don’t think any of ours are good enough. If they’d gone, they wouldn’t have played and may have got injured in training. A holiday and refreshed for the second half of the season sounds good to me.

 

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we should be looking to beating forest... their position and form... 3 points all day.

 


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View doombear's Profile doombear Flag Too far from Selhurst Park 11 Nov 22 10.12pm Send a Private Message to doombear Add doombear as a friend

Originally posted by oghash

Is Edouard fit, do we know?

I assume he'll start if he is?


From what PV said today, it's not certain. Edouard trained with the team and will travel, apparently, but PV sounded far from certain that he would actually feature.

I expect to see the XI who started the West Ham game with Wilf playing centrally again.

 

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View oghash's Profile oghash Flag 11 Nov 22 10.19pm Send a Private Message to oghash Add oghash as a friend

Originally posted by doombear


From what PV said today, it's not certain. Edouard trained with the team and will travel, apparently, but PV sounded far from certain that he would actually feature.

I expect to see the XI who started the West Ham game with Wilf playing centrally again.

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