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13:22  11 february  2019
13:22  11 february  2019 Source:

Wan-Bissaka confident of Palace's survival hopes

Wan-Bissaka confident of Palace's survival hopes Aaron Wan-Bissaka believes Crystal Palace have what it takes to pull away from the relegation battle this season. The Eagles have been in improved form of late, and the young right-back has been fundamental to Roy Hodgson’s plans, earning yet more plaudits for his consistent displays. Palace were held to a 1-1 draw against West Ham at the weekend but have been steadily picking up points and moving away from the Premier League’s bottom three. Hodgson’s side sit in 13th place on the table and are currently three points ahead of Southampton in the relegation zone.

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Aaron Wan - Bissaka (born 26 November 1997) is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Crystal Palace as a right-back.

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Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is ready to go above and beyond to ensure that Aaron Wan-Bissaka has a bright future at international level.

As reported by the Independent, Hodgson explains that he will be waiting for the call to come from Gareth Southgate to discuss the young defender.

Many are tipping Wan-Bissaka to break into the England squad in the near future after consistently impressing in the Premier League.

“At the moment he [Southgate] hasn’t done that. We’ve quite often talked about the English players that we have, and it has been on general terms. I’ll wait for that moment when the day comes and he actually says ‘right, I really want your serious opinion about Bissaka and how good he can possibly be at full senior international level’, and I’ll tell him what I think.”

Wan-Bissaka reveals Hazard is the "toughest" opponent he's faced

Wan-Bissaka reveals Hazard is the Aaron Wan-Bissaka believes Chelsea’s Eden Hazard is the “toughest” opponent he has faced so far in his career but revealed he enjoys playing against him as he learns from playing against “one of the best.” The full-back has established himself as one of the emerging defenders in the league following his breakthrough during last season and has since made 35 appearances as Palace’s first choice right-back. And following his emergence, Wan-Bissaka has revealed Hazard is the best player he has played against during his short career, according to Squawka. “He [Hazard] was the toughest. He’s just busy.

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“If he ever does want to hear my honest opinion on the player, then I’ll certainly be happy to give it to him. I won’t be contacting him to give him an opinion and I’m certainly not making any claims for anybody, Bissaka or anyone else for an England place. I leave that totally and utterly up to the England coach.”

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After breaking through at Palace, Wan-Bissaka has established himself as one of the best young defenders in the Premier League.

So much so, his performances have not gone unnoticed, with many of the ‘big six’ taking note.

Palace could well face a fight to keep hold of Wan-Bissaka beyond the summer transfer window, but it is clear to see that the youngster has a bright future ahead of him for both club and country.

Predicted Crystal Palace XI: Fulham (H).
Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace side are preparing for a crucial game against Fulham this weekend. The term ‘six-pointer’ springs to mind, a victory would go some way to lifting the club away from the bottom three. They’ll have to try and do so without key man Wilfried Zaha, who is suspended after being sent off against Southampton during the week. However, they could have Michy Batshuayi to call upon after he signed on loan from Chelsea on deadline day.This is how we think Palace will line up.

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