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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
17 Swansea 5 3 14 18
18 C Palace 4 4 14 16
19 Hull 4 4 13 16
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EvertonEverton
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Crystal Palace improving but same old story against Everton

Sam Allardyce laments Crystal Palace's missed chances and speaks in regards to their transfer activity thus far.
Sam Allardyce exudes frustration as he admits his side simply don't know how to respond for a draw or win after conceding.

This was a match Crystal Palace could have won, and for Sam Allardyce and the fans in attendance, there will be a sense of injustice that the team had nothing to show for their hard work. Palace were more organised than they have been in previous games, but when Seamus Coleman was given a free run down their left with Jeffrey Schlupp crumpled in a heap at the opposite end of the pitch, it was all Everton needed to take the points.

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A more coherent midfield, combined with a more solid defence,...

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Crystal Palace's Sam Allardyce bemoans Everton's 'offside' winner

Crystal Palace drop into the bottom three of the Premier League after Seamus Coleman's late goal gave Everton a 0-1 win.
Crystal Palace drop into the bottom three of the Premier League after Seamus Coleman's late goal gave Everton a 0-1 win.
Ronald Koeman heaps praise on Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey.
Seamus Coleman was delighted to get on the scoresheet in Everton's narrow win over Palace.

Sam Allardyce claimed Seamus Coleman's goal should have been disallowed for offside after Everton's 1-0 win at Selhurst Park left Crystal Palace in the Premier League relegation zone.

The Eagles' resilience was overcome when, with debutant Jeffrey Schlupp down suffering cramp, Coleman capitalised on the space left by his absence to collect Tom Davies' through-ball and shoot powerfully into the top-right corner.

The 87th-minute finish strengthened Everton's grip on seventh place and came after the...