Stoke City v Crystal Palace Preview, kick-off Time, Live News

Stoke City v Crystal Palace
Stoke City v Crystal Palace

Stoke City v Crystal Palace Preview, kick-off Time, Live News

kick-off Time?

THIS match will take place on Saturday, May 5.

Kick-off is 12:30pm.

Stoke City manager Paul Lambert has no doubt that Saturday’s home clash with Crystal Palace is a “must-win” fixture for the Staffordshire club.

Second-bottom Stoke are 3 points adrift of safety with a goal difference considerably inferior to that of 17th-placed Swansea City, and have only two games left to play while their rivals on top of them in the table have three.

They will be relegated if they lose the lunchtime kick-off against Palace, and if they draw, could be confirmed as down later on Saturday following other results.

Stoke have drawn their last 3 matches, excluding 0-0 at Liverpool end time out, to create it 12 games without a win – a progression in which they have scored only 7 goals.

Which TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

THIS match is available to watch on Sky Sports Premier League, coverage is set to start at 11:30pm.

Stoke City Player List:

Jack Butland
Jakob Haugaard
Lee Grant

Moritz Bauer
Erik Pieters
Kevin Wimmer
Glen Johnson
Bruno Martins Indi
Ryan Shawcross (captain)
Geoff Cameron
Tom Edwards

Out on loan Defender Players-

Josh Tymon (at Milton Keynes Dons)

Marc Muniesa (at Girona)

Kurt Zouma (at Chelsea)

Kostas Stafylidis (at Augsburg)

Joe Allen
Stephen Ireland
Ibrahim Afellay
Charlie Adam
Xherdan Shaqiri
Badou Ndiaye
Ramadan Sobhi

Out on loan Midfilder Players-
Darren Fletcher (vice-captain)
Thibaud Verlinden (at FC St Pauli)
Giannelli Imbula (at Toulouse)


Saido Berahino
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Tyrese Campbell
Peter Crouch
Mame Biram Diouf

Out on loan Midfilder Players-

Jesé (at Paris Saint-Germain)
Julien Ngoy (at Walsall)
Bojan (at Deportivo Alavés)

Crystal Palace Player List:

Julián Speroni
Wayne Hennessey
Diego Cavalieri
Dion Henry

Joel Ward
Patrick van Aanholt
James Tomkins
Scott Dann
Mamadou Sakho
Pape Souaré
Damien Delaney
Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Jarosław Jach
Martin Kelly
Jaïro Riedewald

Out on loan Defender Players-
Ryan Inniss (at Colchester United until June 2018)
Timothy Fosu-Mensah (on loan from Manchester United)

Luka Milivojević (captain)
Yohan Cabaye
Andros Townsend
Wilfried Zaha
Lee Chung-yong
Jeffrey Schlupp
Jason Puncheon
Nya Kirby
Jason Lokilo
Bakary Sako
James McArthur

Out on loan Midfilder Players-
Jonny Williams (at Sunderland until June 2018)
Jordon Mutch (at Vancouver Whitecaps until December 2018)
Sullay Kaikai (at Charlton Athletic until June 2018)
Erdal Rakip (at Benfica)
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (at Chelsea)

Alexander Sørloth
Christian Benteke
Connor Wickham
Levi Lumeka
James Daly

Out on loan Midfilder Players-
Andre Coker (at Maidstone United until June 2018)


All in all, odds of 17/20 (1.85) offer strong value on under 2.5 goals being scored for Stoke’s fourth game in a row, as well as a third in four on the road for Palace.

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