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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 Leicester 1 3 4 6
19 Bournemouth 1 1 6 4
20 C Palace 1 0 7 3
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ChelseaChelsea
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Wilfried Zaha vows to get even better after Chelsea masterclass

Wilfried Zaha delivered a star turn on Saturday as Crystal Palace got their first win of the season, and has vowed to improve as he returns to full fitness.

The Ivory Coast scored the winner as Palace picked up their first points of the campaign, with the Eagles having previously gone without finding the net during their opening seven games of the season.

Roy Hodgson - who replaced Frank de Boer after just four matches - welcomed Zaha back to the side against Chelsea, with the Ivorian having been...

Wilfried Zaha will drag Crystal Palace up the table, says Clinton Morrison

Former Crystal Palace frontman Clinton Morrison has tipped Wilfried Zaha to guide the Eagles up the table after his triumphant return to action against Chelsea on Saturday.

Palace were without a goal or a point heading into their home clash with the champions this weekend, but their fortunes turned when Zaha struck a 45th-minute winner after Tiemoue Bakayoko had cancelled out Cesar Azpilicueta's early own goal.

It was the Ivory Coast international's first appearance since the opening day of the...

Premier League: Watford flying, Palace's big win, praise for Mourinho

ESPN FC's Mark Ogden gives his verdict on Manchester United's approach at Liverpool.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden gives his verdict on Manchester United's approach at Liverpool.
ESPN FC's Mark Ogden gives his verdict on Manchester United's approach at Liverpool.

A challenger has arisen. Thrust into the limelight, hurled into the fray against the monied elite, they stand defiantly with sword drawn. The odds are against them. The laughter of their enemies echoes in their ears.

But they are Watford. And they are in fourth place. It probably won't last (though we said that about Leicester), but they have done enough already to mock those foolhardy preseason predictions of relegation from idiot outsiders (again, I am so sorry).

While Manchester City hit their...