Watch Crystal Palace vs Fulham Live Stream - Sunday 28 February 13:00

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Sunday 28 February 13:00

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Crystal Palace vs Fulham – Premier League Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Match Day 26 encounter, with Crystal Palace taking on Fulham on Sunday the 28th of February, 2021, at Selhurst Park.

Crystal Palace visited Brighton last weekend, having lost back-to-back games before that, to Leeds and Burnley, failing to score in both matches. Against Brighton, Palace opened the scoring in the 28th minute, got equalized in the 55th, but still earned all three points, thanks to Benteke’s winner in the fifth minute of added time(!). Their current form reads; WLLWW. They are on 32 points from 25 matches, 13th in the table (at least before Saturday’s games). They have 9W, 5D and 11L, having won three of their last five games (and lost the other two). Goals, 29 scored, 43 conceded. Coach Roy Hodgson played a 4-3-3 formation against Brighton last weekend, with Mateta, Ayew and Townsend up front. Mateta was the one who opened the scoring in the 28th minute, got substituted by Benteke in the 75th minute, and 20 later, the Belgian scored the winner for Palace, his fourth goal of the season in the Premier League, from 18 appearances (but only about 810 minutes).

Fulham hosted Sheffield United last weekend in a must-win game, one they won indeed. Lookman scored the only goal of the match in the 61st minute, boosting Fulham’s hopes of avoiding relegation. Their current form reads; WDWDL. They are on 22 points from 25 matches, 18th in the table, right below the relegation line, three points behind Newcastle (at least before their Saturday game), the first team above the relegation line. Goals, 21 scored, 32 conceded. Fulham have allowed their opponents as many goals as 2nd-placed Manchester United(!), but that “21 goals scored”, considering that they have already played 25 matches, is just… poor. Coach Scott Parker played a 4-2-3-1 formation against Sheffield United, with Maja up front. As for scorer Lookman, that was his fourth goal of the season in the Premier League, from 22 appearances, 20 of which have been as a starter. Incredibly, 18th-placed Fulham have stayed undefeated in their last six matches away from home in the Premier League, winning once (0-2 at Everton), and drawing five times(!).

In the reverse fixture, back in October, Palace won 1-2 as guests.

A 2-1 victory for the hosts is predicted at full-time.

Date: Sunday, 28th of February, 2021.

Venue: Selhurst Park

Kick-off time: 13:00 (GMT+2).