Crystal Palace will be without Wilfried Zaha for Gameweek 17 against Leiscter City due to suspension.
The Ivorian was shown a fifth yellow card of the season against West Ham United on Saturday afternoon.
Defeat at the London Stadium now means the Eagles have won just once in their last 11 Premier League matches.
Zaha suspended vs Leicester for fifth yellow card of the season
Zaha endured a torrid time in East London on Saturday as he was nullified by the Hammers’ Pablo Zabaleta.
The Argentinan enjoyed a strong perfomance during his side’s 3-2 win over Palace.
Along with suffering third consecutive derby, Roy Hodgson were also dealt the blow of a Zaha suspension.
He will miss the Eagles’ game against the Foxes next Saturday after picking up a fifth yellow card of the season.
Palace fans react to Zaha missing vs Leicester
#cpfc – thin squad is really hurting Hodgson’s ability to turn games around, will get even worse with Zaha suspended vs Leicester.
— Jack Rosser (@JackRosser_) December 8, 2018
Quick word on Wilfried Zaha. Genuinely embarrassing today. Did nothing for 90 minutes and goes and gets himself a suspension in the last minute. We would have had a 7-day rest & a full team for Leicester otherwise. Appalling decision. #CPFC
— Nick 🦅 (@Nick_CPFC) December 8, 2018
Okay, Zaha is out for Leicester City, but in few previous months he is in very weak form. Let’s be realistics. #CPFC #WHUCRY
— Michał Backiel (@Michal_Backiel) December 8, 2018
Oh great Zaha out for Leicester now. Although he has been poor for the last few weeks #cpfc
— Karl Paddley (@KPaddley) December 8, 2018
3-2 flattered us. That was dreadful. Worst i’ve seen Zaha ever play, now he’s banned for Leicester game #cpfc
— Kevin McGuire (@kmcguire69) December 8, 2018
stupid and ridiculous challenge from Zaha, he knows he’s on 4 yellows and he goes and does that. Now we’ve lost the Leicester game too. Thanks Wilf, thanks a lot
— CPFC Lewis (@SimplyMamadou) December 8, 2018
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