Crystal Palace has been highly boosted ahead of their next English Premier League match against Champions Chelsea.
While the Premier League Champions have enjoyed an indifferent start to the Blues title defence, Crystal Palace have endured possibly the worst start to a Premier League season in English Premier League history. In their opening seven fixtures, Crystal Palace has recorded seven straight losses. Their woes got even worst while considering the fact that they have conceded 17 goals and have failed to net once in the English Premier League this season.
They are also experiencing great depletion in the forward position following striker Christian Benteke’s injury. Notwithstanding, hope is not lost for Crystal Palace supporters – which is to Chelsea’s detriment – as Palace’ best player, Wilfried Zaha has recovered from injury and resumed full training.
The 24-year-old striker has only played once in the English Premier League for the Eagles this League campaign, yet his presence for Palace will undeniably boost the standard and chances of their side ahead of our English Premier League encounter on October 14 at Selhurst Park.
Antonio Conte’s team has lost two matches on home turf this season, on opening day against Burnley and Manchester City before the International weekend. The Blues will be hoping to return to winning ways against the Eagles after the International weekend.