2016 SeasonAll times ET
Burnley broke their away-day duck and eased their relegation fears as goals from Ashley Barnes and Andre Gray secured a 2-0 win at Crystal Palace.
Sam Allardyce has backed Mamadou Sakho to deal with a potentially serious knee injury and admits he remains hopeful the defender could play in 2017.
It took longer than many expected but Crystal Palace have adapted under Sam Allardyce and now have safety firmly in sight as they host Burnley..
Palace gave Tottenham a real challenge, especially in the first half, as Martin Kelly performed wonders. But it wasn't quiet enough.
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is hopeful that defender Mamadou Sakho did not suffer an anterior cruciate ligament injury against Tottenham.
Christian Eriksen's low, fizzing shot was the kind of moment that can decide a season. And Tottenham might just feel that anything is possible now.
Wins over Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have had a significant influence on the outcome of this season's top four. Tottenham are next.
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has defended Mamadou Sakho's celebration in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool.
The 24-year-old left Palace for Manchester United in 2013 but never became a regular at Old Trafford, managing just two appearances before moving on.
Sam Allardyce has told Wilfried Zaha to realise his full potential at Crystal Palace despite reported interest from other Premier League sides.
Crystal Palace were relegation candidates in January. Now, they're racking up big wins against the league's top teams. What's going on?
Crystal Palace centre-back Mamadou Sakho has defended his controversial handshake with fellow Liverpool castaway Christian Benteke.
Cast off by Liverpool in the summer, Christian Benteke returned to Anfield on a mission, bagging a brace and leading Crystal Palace to a vital win.
Former Liverpool striker Christian Benteke, who left in the summer, scored twice at Anfield to hand Palace three points.
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