2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
11-5-19, 16th in English Premier League
Allardyce rues easy goals Palace conceded (1:21)
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13hPA Sport

Burnley ease fears with win at Palace

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.

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2dPA Sport

Sakho will overcome injury - Allardyce

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.

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3dRobert Sutherland

Allardyce, Palace improbably nearing safety

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..

Premier League Predictor: Spurs or Arsenal? (3:19)
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3dESPN staff

Sakho's knee injury worries Allardyce

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is hopeful that defender Mamadou Sakho did not suffer an anterior cruciate ligament injury against Tottenham.

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4dRobert Sutherland

Palace enjoying title-spoiling role

Wins over Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have had a significant influence on the outcome of this season's top four. Tottenham are next.

Is Palace run Allardyce's best work? (1:01)
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4dGlenn Price

Sakho celebration defended by Allardyce

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has defended Mamadou Sakho's celebration in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool.

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4dPA Sport

Allardyce warns Zaha against 'glory move'

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.

Changes could doom Palace against Spurs (1:19)
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5dPA Sport

Zaha must stay at Crystal Palace - Allardyce

Sam Allardyce has told Wilfried Zaha to realise his full potential at Crystal Palace despite reported interest from other Premier League sides.

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6dTony Evans

Evans: Palace are the team to fear right now

Crystal Palace were relegation candidates in January. Now, they're racking up big wins against the league's top teams. What's going on?

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6dESPN staff

Handshake no disrespect to Reds - Sakho

Crystal Palace centre-back Mamadou Sakho has defended his controversial handshake with fellow Liverpool castaway Christian Benteke.

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6dRobert Sutherland

Benteke gets his revenge vs. Liverpool

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.

2016-17 Prem Table

Tottenham Hotspur332283+4774
Manchester City331986+2865
Manchester United3317133+2664
West Bromwich Albion3412814-444
AFC Bournemouth3511816-1341
Leicester City3411716-1240
Stoke City35101015-1340
West Ham United3510916-1539
Crystal Palace3511519-1038
Hull City359719-3134
Swansea City349421-2931

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1010th
Goals Scored469th
Goals Conceded5615th