As Crystal Palace look to bounce back from their home defeat against Manchester City, in this slide show we’ll be taking a look at who will be making the starting eleven for the eagles.
With Palace having a number of players out injured, the most recent one being Jeffrey Schlupp who is to be out for the rest of the season. As of these injuries, everyone will need to put a good shift for a point or better to be made possible.
Crystal Palace will certainly be looking to finish the season with a good run of form. Can they make a start against Arsenal?
The last time the two sides met in October they both had to settle for a point in a two all draw, can Palace take all three?
Crystal Palace, having confirmed a spot in the 2019-20 season. Will Crystal Palace have the desire to overcome a well drilled Unai Emery side, who are currently in 4th spot in the league?
All of these questions will have answers on Sunday the 21st.
Guaita has been a key part to the Crystal Palace side as soon as he came in to make his debut against Leicester City he has looked solid and has adapted well to the physical style of English Football.
Patrick Van Aanholt
The left-back is good defensively but also he’s a great attacking wing back. Previously Van Aanholt has been linked with moves to teams as good as Juventus. It is going to be an interesting Summer…
With Palace’s first choice centre backs out and only Martin Kelly and Scott Dann to cover their positions, Kelly is likely to start for the Eagles.
Again Palace basically have no centre backs other than Scott Dann and Martin Kelly so unless they play Jairo Reidewald and i mean lets face it Riedewald is unlikely to play let alone start.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been linked with moves away from Selhurst Park but he’s just kept his head down and is focusing on his time playing for Crystal Palace.
After scoring a fantastic free-kick against Manchester City last week the club captain is bound to start for the Eagles.
James McArthur started against Manchester City and is the sort of player where you know what you’re going to get from him. He should start.
Cheikhou Kouyaté came on against Manchester City to replace injured Jeffrey Schlupp. Reports have said that Jeffrey Schlupp will be out for the rest of the season so surely Kouyaté will start against the Gunners.
Andros Townsend is enjoying an impressive season with Crystal Palace. Roy Hodgson Would be silly not to start Andros Townsend.
Wilfred Zaha is almost certain to make a summer move as he’s quoted various things that hint that he’s planning a future elsewhere, so Palace will be looking to use Zaha for the last few games they can use Zaha for the remaining few games that he’s in a Palace shirt.
Having being dropped in the last game Michy Batshuayi should return in the starting eleven for Crystal Palace as Benteke didn’t really do anything that special to give him a spot in the starting eleven.