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Good night, what a well-timed fixture for Sky to be exhibiting on Monday Night Football: it’s Crystal Palace in opposition to Everton, and all eyes have been on the Croydon space at the moment as a result of Roy Hodgson has left his submit and the Eagles have appointed Eintracht Frankfurt boss Oliver Glasner, 49.

Palace assertion learn: “Crystal Palace F.C. are pleased to confirm the appointment of Oliver Glasner as manager.

“The 49-year-old Austrian has signed a deal to become the Eagles’ boss until the end of the 2025/2026 season.”

Palace introduced Hodgson’s departure simply hours earlier than their league sport in opposition to Everton and mentioned that the 76-year-old, who was hospitalised after falling in poor health throughout a coaching session on Thursday, was “out of hospital and doing well”.

Palace chairman Steve Parish mentioned: “I’m delighted to welcome Oliver to the club. He has an outstanding record, and we believe he is the right manager to take the club forward at this pivotal stage.

“Wherever Oliver has gone so far in his managerial journey, success has been quick to follow, and we believe his ambition, as well as his exciting and attacking approach, is the perfect fit for getting the most from our talented young squad in the remainder of this Premier League season and beyond.”

With Palace sixteenth within the desk there isn’t a time like the current for them to begin accruing some factors. Not that Everton will likely be doing them any favours: Sean Dyche’s males want some objectives.

Scoring continues to be the largest difficulty for Dyche with simply 26 in 24 matches, exacerbated by Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s present lean spell of 18 video games.

But the Toffees boss refuses to place any extra strain on his misfiring striker forward of a must-win sport for his aspect, with Palace simply 4 factors forward of his 18th-placed crew.

“It’s not about one player, it’s about all the team. Something will work for him,” he added.

“I think some of the performances have been very good, clean sheets among them and some points.

“There were a lot of challenges for the group but I think there are a lot of positive signs about what we are trying to do.

“We just need to score more goals and we all know that.

“The margins are important and we have to get on the right side of that, that’s the only thing which has been missing when we haven’t won. We’ve created chances and not scored goals.

“The idea of xG (expected goals) is all well and good but we can’t wait for it to happen. You have to make it happen and that’s the next step. I think we’re very close to that.”