Crystal Palace will be keen to continue their strong recent form with a win against Watford this weekend.
The Eagles have started the new calendar year well, with two victories from as many games. Roy Hodgson’s side have respectively defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers and Grimsby Town in the Premier League and FA Cup recently.
However, they will face a tough task at Selhurst Park on Saturday when the Hornets come to visit.
Watford are unbeaten in their last three games in all competitions and will be keen to clinch a long-awaited victory after drawing in their last two Premier League outings.
Take a look at how we’re expecting Roy Hodgson to set his Palace side out against Javi Gracia’s men.
The Spaniard is set to start between the sticks against Watford.
Wan-Bissaka will be keen to continue his good form of late on Saturday.
In central defence, it is likely that Tomkins will start against the Hornets.
Alongside Tomkins at the back, Sakho will be out to turn in another strong defensive display
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Van Aanholt is set to make up the back four and start at left-back.
In central midfield, Kouyate will hope to provide Palace with some drive from midfield.
Milivojevic is poised to anchor the midfield and wear the captain’s armband.
Meyer could be given the nod over James McArthur here as Hodgson looks to the German for creativity.
On the right wing, it is almost certain that Townsend will start.
Zaha is poised to take up his position on the opposite flank. He’ll be desperate to get back to his previous goalscoring ways.
Ayew has been in improved form of late and will get the nod up front.