Published: Sat, August 12, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Betting: Eagles set to maul newly promoted Terriers

Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Betting: Eagles set to maul newly promoted Terriers

"Now the test for him and the team is make the step up into the Premier League".

"We worked all day during pre-season, we worked hard and the coach gave a us a lot of advice".

August 12 at 17:00 in London at the stadium "Selhurst Park" Crystal Palace will take Huddersfield in the opening match of Premier League 2017/18.

Hudson who won promotion with Huddersfield Town back in May after a dramatic penalty shoot-out has joined the Terriers backroom staff as he begins his journey as a coach.

Last season Hudson made 21 appearances for the Yorkshire side in what would be his last season as a player in club football, enough for him to earn a play-off medal after being named as an unused substitute.

The result ruined Frank de Boer's first game as Palace manager and the Dutchman bemoaned a loss of concentration from his side. He has done well to sign Chelsea youngster Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan, while also bringing in 20-year-old defender Jairo Riedewald from Ajax.

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The second man is described as a white male, aged between 30 to 50-years-old, of medium build and wearing dark-coloured clothing. Mr Wrighton's last known sighting was within the Kenninghall Post Office between 10.08am and 10.12am on Saturday.

"I'm aware of it, let's say", he said of the fashion among Premier League managers to employ three at the back.

"I am looking forward to having the opportunity to play with the number of talented ball players that are already in this squad at the club". Jonas Lossl was outstanding in the goal, we had the right team spirit, the right togetherness, I think we deserved this win.

One club is playing in the top tier of English football for the first time in 45 years.

Huddersfield continued to have the better of the proceedings and, after Hennessey had comfortably kept out Philip Billing's long-range drive, the visitors found the net in the Premier League for the first time.

A few opinions, therefore, could have been changed by a superb opening day win for the Terriers that left their 3,000 fans chanting, "We are top of the league" in the closing stages.

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