Crystal Palace supervisor Roy Hodgson is counting on Ghana midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp to return to complete fitness to support the side’s Leading League ambitions.
The 27-12 months old not too long ago returned from harm and is nonetheless doing the job on attaining match exercise. Schlupp manufactured his personal injury comeback versus Manchester United in that goalless draw at the Selhurst Park.
“We’ll be aided by the fact that Wilfried Zaha and Jeffrey Schlupp – two of our primary attacking gamers who have the skill to do points the opposition really don’t count on – will be with us for these very last nine game titles,” Hodgson said at a pre-match press meeting on Thursday in advance of Monday’s Premier League conference with Everton.
“I’m hoping that we will preserve players in good shape in these last nine game titles simply because that was a substantial dilemma for us in the start-up period at the finish of very last period when there were an dreadful good deal of game titles to be performed.
“We’ll preserve cracking on and consider and get as a lot of points as we can and consider and end as large up as we can.”
Schlupp has built 18 league appearances for Palace so significantly this time, commencing in 12 of the matches.