Roy Hodgson, the manager of Crystal Palace, has recovered from his sickness and will take the field against Fulham on Saturday.

Marc Guehi, who missed that game due to a hip injury, is also being evaluated. Jordan Ayew, who left last week’s game against Aston Villa with a dead leg, is also being evaluated.

Roy Hodgson: Crystal Palace manager to return to dugout after recovering  from illness

Following his absence from Fulham’s victory over Luton the previous weekend, defender Antonee Robinson is now healthy.

Tosin Adarabioyo and Sasa Lukic, who are both injured, are still absent for the Cottagers.


In all competitions, Crystal Palace and Fulham have met 50 times. With 17 draws and 18 victories, Fulham leads.
In the previous seven meetings in the top division, Fulham had only one victory, a 3-0 triumph against Palace in the same game last season when Palace had Tyrick Mitchell and James Tomkins sent off.
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Since Roy Hodgson took over as manager again in April, the Eagles have accrued 14 points from seven home league games (W4, D2, L1).
With a victory on Saturday, Palace would match their greatest point total after six Premier League games, which was 10 in 2016–17 under Alan Pardew and in 2020–21 under Hodgson.
They have only prevailed in four of the previous 32 London derbies in the Premier League (D12, L16).
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