Surprising Crystal Palace star nominated for club's Player of the Year award

Surprising Crystal Palace star nominated for club's Player of the Year award

Surprising Crystal Palace star nominated for club's Player of the Year award

He was named on the club's shortlist for Fans' Player of the Year, despite featuring only eight times. "They have to win, we only have to avoid losing".

"Our record at home has not been particularly good this season and we only turn it on against the big sides, whilst collapsing against the so-called weaker teams in the Premier League".

Robertson will have to be on top of his game to stop the former-Manchester United man from doing what he does best.

"For me the biggest decisions aren't always about individual players, it is about what you want from the match".

Ian Holloway's Palace boosted their promotion chances when on-loan striker Kevin Phillips grabbed a hat-trick against Steve Bruce's Hull side but things worked out well for both with promotion two months later.

"He actually gets fouled more than the rest of the team put together most of the time". Milivojevic has been a key player in Palace's revival in the latter part of the season. "I like to believe that will happen on Sunday".

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"We're all very well prepared to go to Palace and get the result that we need". We have to be ready to fight for the next two games.

Palace have now triumphed on their last three league visits to Anfield - the first team to achieve that feat since Chelsea in October 2005.

Given the fighting spirit shown by the Tigers so far this year, supporters are clinging to the hope that another twist may yet occur in their safety quest.

On the potential for another dramatic development in the survival race, he added: "That is possible. We have to do our best".

The French defender joined the London club on a temporary basis in the January transfer window and has gone on to make eight appearances for the Eagles.

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