Crystal Palace vs Liverpool Live Stream, Odds & Match Preview : Eagles value?

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Liverpool will look to get their season back on track when they return to Selhurst Park, home of Crystal Palace and venue for their dramatic collapse last season.

On that occasion the Reds let slip a three goal lead to draw 3-3, a result that ended their title hopes.

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unnamed-1The hangover from last season has been very evident in the early part of the season with Liverpool struggling in all aspects of their play.

A leaky defence and an out of sorts forward line means that the Merseyside outfit have already lost 5 times this season.

The absence of Daniel Sturridge has been key. The former Chelsea forward has only played 3 games this season through injury and a recurrence of the thigh injury that affected him earlier in the season means he faces a further spell out.

Liverpool v crystal palace live streamingThe striker is expected to be out for six weeks although the club have not yet confirmed that.

“Liverpool Football Club today [Wednesday] confirmed scans have revealed Daniel Sturridge has sustained a new thigh injury,” said a brief statement from the club.

“The player will remain unavailable for selection but will be monitored and assessed during his recovery.”

The loss of Sturridge is a huge blow to the struggling Reds and will put even more pressure on Mario Balotelli to end his premiership duck.

The Italian recently pulled out of the Italian squad with a groin injury but is expected to be fit. Jordan Henderson is a doubt for Sunday’s game with a ham-string while long term absentee Jon Flanagan is also out however Mamadou Sakho is available.

Palace for their part have also failed to replicate their form of last season and are without a win since September, a run of 4 defeats and a draw.

The club sit just one place above third from bottom Leicester although they are just 4 points off 11th place Liverpool.

The club could have James McArthur available after he missed Scotland’s recent internationals

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.