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PREVIEW: Crystal Palace vs. Southampton: Start time, team news, stats, TV schedule, match thread, and how to watch Premier League online

All the information you need to know as Southampton visit Crystal Palace in game four of the 2018/19 Premier League season.

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Key Information:

Date/time: 1/9/2018, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)

Venue: Selhurst Park, South London, UK

Official: Martin Atkinson

TV: None (UK), NBC Sports Gold (USA) and check out LiveSoccerTV for alternatives.

Streaming: None (UK), NBC Sports (LINK) (USA)

Radio: BBC Radio (UK)

Check out our pre-match Q&A with Crystal Palace blog The Eagles’ Beak!

Team News:

Southampton need to start picking up some form, having only accrued a point from their opening three matches.

Saints’ Danish midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg could be set to return, having served his suspension when missing the League Cup clash against Brighton.

Meanwhile, Southampton striker Danny Ings faces a late fitness test after training all week with a bad blister.

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson could welcome back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who served his one-match suspension midweek. James Tomkins and Pape Souare are also back in contention after overcoming their respective injuries.

Stats Zone (via BBC Sport):


  • Crystal Palace have triumphed in three of the last six Premier League meetings, having failed to win any of the first 12.
  • The Eagles could secure consecutive top-flight victories in this fixture for the first time since 1991.
  • However, Southampton have won four of their last six away league games against Palace, losing two.

Crystal Palace

  • The Eagles have suffered successive league defeats - having previously been unbeaten in seven top-flight fixtures (W5, D2).
  • They lost all four Premier League fixtures in September last year, by an aggregate score of 11-0.
  • Palace’s shooting accuracy of 53% is a league-high. They have been on target with 16 of their 30 goal attempts.
  • Wilfried Zaha has scored seven times in his last nine league matches.


  • Southampton have lost 24 points from leading positions since the start of last season. Only West Brom (26) have fared worse.
  • Mark Hughes has won just two of his 11 Premier League games as Southampton manager, drawing three and losing six.
  • Saints have registered three victories in 28 attempts in the Premier League (D12, L13).
  • They have won only 13 points in 18 away Premier League matches (W2, D7, L9).

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