Just Now :Due to an injury situation at Crystal Palace, Roy Hodgson may be forced to leave eight players out of the season due to…………

Due to his mounting injury concerns, Roy Hodgson may be without eight first-team players for Crystal Palace’s trip to the Etihad Stadium this coming weekend to face Manchester City. Due to a knock, French striker Odsonne Edouard was replaced by Jean-Philippe Mateta, and during the second half against Liverpool, Jordan Ayew was sent off for a second yellow card.

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Along with summer signing Jefferson Lerma, goalkeeper Sam Johnstone also sustained an injury. Michael Olise, who had returned from rehab, took his place. The injuries sustained by Tyrick Mitchell, Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Eberechi Eze, Dean Henderson, Cheick Doucoure, and others are now added to.

The Eagles have lost their previous five league games, and manager Hodgson acknowledged that they are at risk of injuries at this point in the season. “We can’t afford injuries,” he said to reporters. We don’t know about Edouard; he has a knee ailment.

Johnstone has a calf issue, while Lerma has a hamstring injury. A suspension for Jordan Ayew as well. While Tyrick Mitchell and Eberechi Eze are unlikely to be fit [for Manchester City next weekend], Michael Olise should be alright. With the remaining players, we will form a team.

With just four victories from their first 16 league games, the south London team is presently ranked 15th in the league table. However, moving into this weekend’s round of games, they are critically six points clear of the relegation zone. At Selhurst, they were close to defeating Liverpool, but goals from Mohamed Salah and Harvey Elliot condemned the 10-man Eagles to a 2-1 loss, even though Mateta had given the home team the lead with a penalty kick.


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