Our football match prediction:
Crystal Palace made a slow start to the season, but a win over their local rivals Chelsea on Matchday 8 helped the team regain a much-needed confidence. The Eagles need to keep on raising their form if they are to secure yet another Premier League survival, but they have big ambitions for the final stages of the League Cup as well. Roy Hodgson’s team set up a meeting with Bristol City by beating the likes of Ipswich Town and Huddersfield Town, but defeating the in-form Robins on the road is easier said than done. Bristol City have been producing fine performances in the Championship so far this season and they are definitely capable of securing promotion to the English top flight. The Robins are tough to beat at home and we predict that they are going to share the spoils with the Premier League team (regular time) in Tuesday’s football match.
Highlighted Player (Korey Smith):
After spending his youth career at Norwich City, Korey Smith made his first-team debut for the Canaries in January 2008 in the FA Cup clash against Charlton Athletic. Smith played 67 league games for Norwich City and he scored 4 goals for the club, but in 2013 he signed a two-year deal with Oldham Athletic. The midfielder who was born on 31 January, 1991, scored one goal in 42 appearances for the club in the 2013/2014 campaign and on 27 June, 2014, he joined Bristol City for an undisclosed fee. It has to be noted that he won Johnstone’s Paint Trophy with the Robins in his first season with the team. Korey Smith was born in Hatfield, England and he has two younger sisters, Alice and Harriet. Smith is a defensive midfielder, but he is capable of operating as central midfielder and right back as well. The Bristol City footballer also represented the likes of Barnsley and Yeovil Town (on loan) in the past.
Highlighted Team (Crystal Palace):
Crystal Palace Football Club is an English football club which was founded in 1905. The original headquarters of Crystal Palace was based in Sydenham. After being forced to move in 1915 the club settled in Selhurst Park which currently holds a capacity of 27 000 seats. The club Crystal Palace was named after a building which was placed on the Sydenham.The club colors of Crystal Palace are blue and red. The supporters of Crystal Palace call their team the Eagles or the Glaziers. Crystal Palace is one of the many clubs from London. Crystal Palace never managed to win any trophy in any English football division. The best performance of Crystal Palace was in 2014/2015 where the club managed to end 10th in the Premier League.