Crystal Palace v Wolves Preview
Back to the FA Cup. We were just five minutes away from being one of the shocks of the round, but Zubar's sublime overhead saved us from any embarassment.
Despite Palace's recent troubles off the field, they are in great form. They won again last Saturday and with the home crowd behind them, we could be in for a tough match. Minus Victor Moses though, we will see what they are like.
Bearing Sunday in mind, Mick will certainly make a lot of changes. It wouldn't surprise me if Mick made eleven changes but I think there won't be that many. Jarvis and Doyle are definitely not playing I hear, and why not rest Craddock, Ward and Berra. Give some others a chance to make sure they are match fit and some to prove themselves. Hennessey, like in the other cup games, should start and Vokes looks set for a starting role.
I think a big decision will be on Ebanks-Blake. He likes this ground, especially as he put us back on course here to win the league. His penalty decided it in the seventy fourth minute. I hope he starts, and more importantly that he get's a couple of goals.
We should beat them, but that's what I thought last time. One nil to the Wolves, a ninetieth minute Vokes goal.
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