- Tue Sep 26 4:21 PM
Benjamin Mendy will have his knee injury assessed in Barcelona after he limped off against Crystal Palace, Sky Sports News understands.
- Tue Sep 26 1:13 PM
Manchester City full-back Benjamin Mendy to visit a knee specialist in Barcelona after suffering an injury against Crystal Palace.
London Evening Standard
- Tue Sep 26 1:10 PM
Crystal Palace will be without Christian Benteke
for at least five Premier League matches in a major blow to their chances of recovering from their awful start.
- Tue Sep 26 6:39 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Crystal Palace have suffered a significant blow in their battle to avoid relegation, with striker Christian Benteke
ruled out for at least six weeks with a knee injury. The Belgium international underwent a scan on Monday after suffering the ligament and more »
- Mon Sep 25 10:40 PM
The Man United boss will take to the touchline against Crystal Palace after the FA opted against action over his row on Saturday
- Sun Sep 24 6:46 PM
Palace played winger Bakary Sako as a central striker in the Carabao Cup win over Huddersfield Town in midweek and may now have to do so again in a competition with far higher stakes
- Sun Sep 24 12:43 PM
Pep Guardiola makes two changes from last week's 6-0 rout of Watford, with Sane entering for the Brazilian and Ederson returning from injury
- Sat Sep 23 7:43 PM
SkySports Christian Benteke
suffered ligament damage in Crystal Palace's 5-0 defeat to Manchester City, according to manager Roy Hodgson. The Belgian international was replaced by Bakary Sako in the 72nd minute after complaining about a knee problem. and more »
- Fri Sep 22 4:21 PM
SkySports Wilfried Zaha is on course to return for Crystal Palace after the international break, manager Roy Hodgson confirmed on Friday. The 24-year-old, continuing his road to recovery after sustaining a knee injury during the side's first game of the season and more »
London Evening Standard
- Fri Sep 22 10:05 AM
Wilfried Zaha has said he is working hard to return from his knee injury against Chelsea next month.
|We were disappointed by the penalty decision, but we hadn't been playing well,
Hodgson told Sky Sports. All first goals are decisive. Anyone who has seen the replay of the penalty will have seen what I have seen so there is no point commenting.
We, like the players, get caught up in the emotions,
Hodgson said. It is a heat of the moment thing.
We've created more goal chances at home than away,
We need points and we need results,
said Hodgson. If the players think it's going to be easier in some way, they are making a huge mistake and they will be told that.