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September 22 2021 6.30am

Palace v Preston North End

Selhurst Park, Monday 3.00pm

Clint Hill

Clint Hill

Team news

Palace boss Paul Hart welcomes back left-back duo Clint Hill and Lee Hills after they served their suspension.

Hill is back after sitting out a two-match ban for collecting 10 yellow cards this season and Hills retunrs after his one-game ban for his red card at Watford.

Nathaniel Clyne is sidelined with a hip injury and Danny Butterfield is a mjor doubt due ti a hamstring strain.

Preston midfielder Chris Sedgwick injured his knee in Saturday's 1-1 draw against Watford and won't play. Paul Parry (tendonitis) and Barry Nicholson (broken leg) are out.


Preston North End - league stats

Position Played Won Drawn Lost Points
17th 41 12 14 15 50

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Preston North End - current form

Played Won Drawn Lost For Against
6 1 3 2 10 12

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Last five results

Date Type Home Team Score Away Team  
31/10/2009 League Preston North End 1 - 1 Crystal Palace draw
07/03/2009 League Crystal Palace 2 - 1 Preston North End win
16/08/2008 League Preston North End 2 - 0 Crystal Palace loss
01/03/2008 League Preston North End 0 - 1 Crystal Palace win
27/11/2007 League Crystal Palace 2 - 1 Preston North End win

All time results


Last meeting

Preston North End 1-1 Palace

Saturday October 31 2009

Preston North End: Lonergan, Jones, Chilvers, Collins, Nolan, Carter (Shumulikoski, 59), Ross Wallace, Chaplow, Parry (Sedgwick, 66), Mellor, Brown (Parkin, 60)

Subs not used: Henderson, Elliott, Hart, Mawene

Goals: Ross Wallace 35

Bookings: Chaplow

Palace: Speroni, Butterfield, Davis, Fonte, Clyne (John, 73), Derry, Danns, Ertl, Ambrose, Lee (Hills, 73), Moses (Smith, 56)

Subs not used: Carle, Scannell, Cadogan, N'Diaye

Goals: Ambrose 37

Bookings: Davis, Fonte

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