2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
7-9-15, 16th in English Premier League
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1dLiam Twomey

Loftus-Cheek eyes England World Cup spot

Ruben Loftus-Cheek said he still hopes to earn a place in the England squad at this summer's World Cup despite an injury-hit season at Crystal Palace.

Premier League: Salah inspires ruthless Liverpool, Toffees turnaround (1:34)
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5dPA Sport

Palace beat Huddersfield, out of drop zone

James Tomkins and Luka Milivojevic struck in either half as Crystal Palace secured their first victory in over two months by defeating Huddersfield.

Huddersfield 0-2 Crystal Palace: Tomkins & Milivojevic sink Terriers (1:45)
Milivojevic's penalty doubles Palace's lead (0:58)
Tomkins bundles home Crystal Palace's opener (1:09)
Chelsea 2-1 Crystal Palace: Blues survive late Eagles rally (2:46)
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12dESPN staff

Chelsea notch home victory over Palace

Willian's strike and a Martin Kelly own goal were enough for the champions despite the visitors pulling a late goal back through Patrick van Aanholt.

Van Aanholt nets late consolation for Palace (0:49)
Kelly's own goal puts Chelsea in front 2-0 (1:08)
Willian's deflected effort puts Chelsea ahead (1:17)
Chelsea's Giroud denied from close range (0:36)
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14dPA Sport

Palace expecting Loftus-Cheek return Monday

Crystal Palace expect Ruben Loftus-Cheek to return to the club on Monday and be declared fit to play for the first time in 2018.

Crystal Palace 2-3 Man United: Late magic from Matic (3:18)
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20dESPN staff

Palace sign goalkeeper Cavalieri

Cavalieri, who worked with Palace boss Roy Hodgson during his time at Liverpool, joins as a free agent after leaving Brazilian club.

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21dPeter O'Rourke

Whitecaps agree loan for Mutch - sources

The Vancouver Whitecaps have agreed a deal with Crystal Palace for midfielder Jordon Mutch, sources with knowledge of the deal have told ESPN FC.

2017-18 Prem Standings

Manchester City302631+6581
Manchester United302055+3565
Tottenham Hotspur301875+3461
Leicester City30101010+240
AFC Bournemouth319913-1236
Brighton & Hove Albion3081012-1234
Newcastle United308814-1032
Swansea City308715-1731
Huddersfield Town318716-2731
Crystal Palace317915-1830
West Ham United307914-2130
Stoke City316916-2927
West Bromwich Albion3131117-2520

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1816th
Goals Scored30Tied-12th
Goals Conceded4813th