Crystal Palace predicted the line-up against Tottenham

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Crystal Palace return to the Premier League with a London derby away against Tottenham Hotspur on other days.

Patrick Vieira added ten wins over Spurs as a player with a triumph in his first managerial meeting with Tottenham at the start of the ongoing campaign. The Arsenal icon scored four Premier League goals against his former North London rivals, all of whom arrived at Tottenham’s home ground.

Here XI Vieira can choose to get one over his familiar enemies again.

Good morning? #CPFC pic.twitter.com/R2fpEYP6nk

– Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) December 13, 2021

Vicente Guaita (GK) – Strangely enough, he dropped to the bench for Palace’s last match when Jack Butland got off to a rare start, the postponement has marked this potential subplot between the sticks.

Joel Ward (RB) – The squad’s players with the longest service survived last summer’s culling of experienced professionals to add a layer of know-how to Vieira’s revolution this semester.

Joachim Andersen (CB) – After granting his first Premier League minutes in December during the final knocks of Palace’s latest outing, Andersen may well be restored to the starting eleven for the first time in more than a month this weekend.

Marc Guehi (CB) – Eberechi Eze echoed the warm-hearted feeling of many Palace fans as he repeatedly accompanied every touch Guehi brought with a bellows of “My Marc!” in a match that the midfielder saw, injured, from the stands.

Tyrick Mitchell (LB) – One of only two players to start every Premier League match for Palace, Mitchell’s series will not end any time soon.

Conor Gallagher Appreciation Post! ? pic.twitter.com/eflpkxXAGK

– 90 min (@ 90min_Football) December 12, 2021

Connor Gallagher (CM) – Palace’s direct shooter king also applies more pressure from the ball than any other Eagle this semester.

Cheikhou Kouyate (CM) – One of seven members of the squad whose contract expires this summer, Kouyate is competing with its skipper Luka Milivojevic for a starting spot to prove his worth.

James McArthur (CM) – Palace took just three points in one of the six matches their Scottish midfielder missed since their international break in November.

Eddy? #CPFC pic.twitter.com/hr1aoknZ9x

– Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) December 17, 2021

Jordan Ayew (RW) – In four of Ayew’s last six Premier League campaigns, the 30-year-old has only scored one top goal – already off the mark this semester, Palace number nine has more than half a season to break that pattern.

Odsonne Edouard (ST) – Palace’s signing of the summer has only happened once since he received a stay in the space of eight minutes in the second half against Spurs on his club debut.

Wilfried Zaha (LW) – Although the devastating weight of Palace’s entire threat of attack has been partially shifted from Zaha’s shoulders, the 29 – year – old fleet-footer is constantly selected when available.

You can read a 90 minute preview of Tottenham vs Crystal Palace here. You can read Tottenham’s predicted line-up here.

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