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Sport Hodgson provides Schlupp update for Crystal Palace ahead of Leicester City clash

00:25  23 april  2021
00:25  23 april  2021 Source:   goal.com

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Roy Hodgson talks Leicester City v Crystal Palace . 3 July 2020. The Belgium international has been sidelined for recent clashes with Liverpool and Burnley, but Hodgson explained that the frontman has trained this week and can be called upon if required. He also provided a positive update on Martin Kelly We lost a young player, Nik Tavares, I'm afraid, who got an injury earlier this week in training. Jeffrey Schlupp and James Tomkins still remain out, otherwise the rest of the squad are ready." Palace have not scored in Benteke's absence over the last two matches and were boosted against Burnley by

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has provided updates on the progress of injured duo Jeffrey Schlupp and Wilfried Zaha. Schlupp has been on the sidelines since suffering an ankle injury in an English FA Cup tie against Brighton and Hove Albion on January 8. After missing six league games, the former Leicester City defender returned to training before “Wilfried is recovering ahead of schedule, but his running at the moment is pretty much in straight lines but we haven't done those difficult things that need testing out for knee ligament injuries, i.e. the twisting and turning and then of course the

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is happy with the fitness level of Jeffrey Schlupp and the rest of the squad ahead of Monday's Premier League clash with Leicester City.

The Ghana international is beginning to get back into his element after spending a one-month period on the sidelines, only making a return to action two matchdays ago.

In his last game, he made his presence felt after coming on as a substitute as his assist set up his club's lone goal in a 4-1 home defeat to Chelsea.

"We’ve got a lot of players back, good news,” Hodgson said in his pre-match press conference on Thursday.

“Schlupp, [Mamadou] Sakho and [James] Tomkins are training. As big a group for a long time. [James] McArthur isn’t back yet, [Gary] Cahill has a minor problem but we’re hoping he’ll be back in time for Monday.

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Roy Hodgson will deliver his pre-match press conference ahead of Crystal Palace 's clash with Leicester City today (Thursday, 22nd April) from 13:00 BST - and you can follow Leicester City vs Crystal Palace on 26 Apr 21. Hodgson . Ward commends Schlupp impact in 'frustrating' Chelsea match. These cookies enable the website to provide enhanced functionality and personalisation.

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has provided an injury update on Wilfried Zaha ahead of their Premier League game against Norwich City on Saturday. The 26-year-old Ivory Coast international suffered a knock during the Eagles' 1-1 draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend. “Wilf [Zaha] had a knock on his foot from Wolves, but he’s trained all week and is fine for tomorrow," Hodgson said in the club's press conference. Zaha is yet to open his goal account or provide an assist for Crystal Palace this season despite playing seven games so far. The forward will hope to end his

“[Connor] Wickham and [Nathan] Ferguson are out training but not with the squad yet.

"I think that's about it. I mean, to be honest, we’ve had so many in the past in the treatment room, it seems quite strange that I can name them now so quickly off the top of my head."

So far this season, Schlupp has made 20 league appearances involving 12 starts for Palace who sit 13th on the league table. He also has two goals to his credit.

"We've got seven games actually, played one less so we've got a very hectic period coming up after the match on Monday. The next six will be played in quick succession," Hodgson added.

"Yeah, we feel pressure from the teams below us, because we've been pretty much in the middle of the table right the way through. We haven't been in the relegation zone, most of the time we've been pretty much where we are now, maybe even a position or two above.

"But we are aware that the teams below are good teams and picking up points like we knew they always would.

"We're aware that if we want to maintain this position, we've got to keep those teams at bay, and there's only one way to do that, and it is to pick up more points."

Schlupp moved to Palace in 2017 after helping Leicester City win the Premier League in the 2015-16 season.

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