The match in the 5th round of the Premier League at Selhurst Park Stadium will see the home team Crystal Palace meet rival Brighton. Looking back at their last matches lasting from January 8, 2018 shows us Crystal Palace has won 2 of these matches and Brighton has 3 triumphs. A total of 18 goals were scored between them during this period, with 8 going to The Eagles and 10 going to The Seagulls.

Crystal Palace will be looking to improve their last game here after a 4-0 defeat in the Premier League at the hands of Chelsea, they were shot 17 times on target by Chelsea and 3 goals in the second half. Roy's Crystal Palace Hodgson has scored 6 times in the last 6 matches, by contrast, the total number of goals they have conceded in those matches is up to 8. Ryan Inniss completed a move to League One side Charlton Athletic, the 25-year-old midfielder advanced through the ranks at Palace's prestigious Academy, initially joining the under-14s in 2010, and continued to be recruited by the UK at the U16 and U17 level. He has made two appearances for Palace, and most recently impressing in the Carabao Cup clash with Bournemouth last month, Palace ensuring to keep a clean sheet before leaving the tournament with a penalty shootout.

After losing their previous match against Everton in the Premier League, Brighton and their fans will be hoping that they can get a better result in this match. In that match, Brighton & Hove Albion had 57% of possession and 11 bombardments, including 3 hits on target, goals scored by Neal Maupay (41 ') and Yves Bissouma (92'). Goals have been scored 23 times in the 6 previous matches played by Brighton & Hove Albion, yielding an average of 3.83 goals per clash, their opponents have managed 10 of this massive total. . Striker Florin Andone (a torn front ligament) will not be able to return to this match. Brighton has 8 faces in the past national team, the Republic of Ireland's trio is Aaron Connolly.  

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