10 November 2018 4:37pm Auto update On Off 4:37PM Zaha out I spoke too soon. Wilfried Zaha is out. Their record with him is…not great. He’s one of the few Palace players with anything to celebrate at the moment too. Apparently they’ve finally got his hair right. About time @EASPORTSFIFA! 🤣 🙌🏿 #FIFA19 pic.twitter.com/FFdGFPC6QA- Wilfried Zaha (@wilfriedzaha) November 6, 2018 4:31PM Teams are in 📋 Here’s the #CPFC 🦅 side to take on @SpursOfficial this afternoon! #CRYTOT pic.twitter.com/gHz9Hj7Shd- Crystal Palace F.C. (@CPFC) November 10, 2018 #THFC: Lloris (C), Trippier, Alderweireld, Foyth, Davies, Wanyama, Sissoko, Lamela, Dele, Lucas, Kane. @WilliamHill – https://t.co/N9CiLKuOOK pic.twitter.com/6FZkEvvwae- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 10, 2018 4:29PM Welcome! Good afternoon! Freddie Clayton here, ready to guide you through this all-London clash between Crystal Palace and Tottenham. With vastly different fortunes so far this season, the capital is almost all the two clubs have in common. Crystal Palace – Winless at home. Five points from a possible 30 since the opening day. A trip to Old Trafford next week. Can’t even blame it on Zaha injuries (he’s only missed one game). Spurs – Enjoying their best ever start to a Premier League season. Best away record in 2018 (11 wins). Harry Kane with 27 goals in 27 away games. My augury skills are rusty, but I see bad omens for the Eagles. They need points today or they’ll head into the international break with plenty of fans whispering the ‘R’ word.