Zaha out for a month

Crystal Palace FC news Roy Hodgson expects Wilfried Zaha to be out for a month

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha expected to miss one month but Sorloth ready to face Everton

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has announced winger Wilfried Zaha will not be available for the Eagles game againstEverton this weekend.

If Palace are to stay away from the relegation zone they need to overturn a damning statistic - they have not won a match without Zaha since September 2016. That being said, we will have to be at our best game to beat Crystal Palace.

"But it makes no difference".

"The ability to win two games in a row is vital".

"It's an anomaly, that's for sure".

"It's incredible Wilf was able to play so much of the game with the injury", he told reporters, as relayed by Sky Sports.

"We certainly haven't been too lucky of late with injury, but the players have kept battling on and will try to get results".

Zaha now tops a list of nine players out for a reasonable amount of time: Zaha (knee), Sako (ankle), Speroni (knee), Wickham (knee), Dann (knee), Kelly (hamstring), Schlupp (knee), Loftus-Cheek (ankle), and Puncheon (knee).

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And asked if he had been affected by the comments, Hodgson said: "Do you like being insulted?"

Initial fears that the Ivory Coast worldwide could miss another two months or potentially even the rest of the season were subsequently allayed, with The Mirror suggesting that his scan results were more positive than expected and that he could be back within six weeks.

There is no interest in securing the former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri, who left the Turkish club Antalyaspor on transfer deadline day.

"This is a very serious injury crisis we're suffering from".

He mocked Hodgson's speech impediment and called him "Woy", something that many considered to be seriously distasteful at the time - and something that Hodgson expected an apology over.

"I can't go into a Premier League game with one goalkeeper, and an outfield player on the bench".

While neither of that aforementioned duo have yet to be included in a senior matchday squad, Sorloth remained an unused substitute in the draw with Newcastle that saw a second-half Luka Milivojevic penalty cancel out Mohamed Diame's opening goal, and is ready to be thrown into action against Everton at Goodison Park if required.

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