Crystal Palace the away-day kings target another scalp at Tottenham | Dominic Fifield

Palace are the last club to win in the league at Anfield, the Etihad Stadium, the Emirates and Old Trafford and are set up to hit teams who underestimate them on the counter It is probably worth acknowledging from the outset, given the established rhetoric, that Crystal Palace have lost only to the champions at Selhurst Park since March. Sure, they have scored only once there across their two league matches this term and, yes, both of their opponents ended depleted by a second-half dismissal. But, when a team have won only 39 of 116 home games as they embark upon a seventh successive season in the top flight, even the merest hint of a positive is to be grasped. Related: Tottenham v Crystal Palace: match preview Continue reading...