The derelict Crystal Palace Subway is set to be restored to its former glory after £3.2million plans were approved to rebuild the Victorian structure in South London along with new walls and a roof.
A victory against Norwich in the absence of Patrick Vieira was most welcome for Crystal Palace but it is unlikely West Ham will give them such an easy ride. David Moyes’ side won a five-goal thriller in the corresponding fixture last year and will be eager to build some momentum against opponents who they have scored against in 15 successive league meetings. Ed Aarons
The game may be tarnished to some, but one thing has stayed the same and always will: the loyalty of fans to their clubs
This fixture always has a habit of leaving things late. With Crystal Palace leading thanks to a brilliant strike from Conor Gallagher - his seventh Premier League goal of the season - a win here for Patrick Vieira’s side seemed on the cards despite their being very much second best for most of the game. Yet having rescued a point against the team they like to beat more than any other earlier in the season, this time it was an own goal from Joachim Andersen three minutes from time that came to...
The 20-year-old scored and then created the winner to help the Eagles reach the FA Cup fourth round
The Seagulls had been heading for a defeat despite dominating the Premier League contest.
In the dark days of the pandemic when football matches had to be held behind closed doors, it was fixtures like this hate-filled ‘Battle for South London’ that suffered more than any other.
The goalkeeper saved a penalty and made other important stops as the game ended 1-1.
Brighton sniff an opportunity, with Maupay eating up the yards in midfield, but Palace get back in numbers to close down Trossard and win back possession.
Crystal Palace midfielder Conor Gallagher was subject to homophobic chanting by some Millwall fans during the FA Cup third round tie at The Den on Saturday,
Jack Butland gifted Millwall the lead, but Michael Olise’s brilliance dug Palace out of a hole in the second half