Any slim hopes of repeating

Published on May 10, 2024

Any slim hopes of repeating last season’s heroics of finishing in the Champions League spots are surely over after their fourth defeat in six Premier League games in London this season.In just nine appearances, Mateta has scored more Premier League goals for Crystal Palace under Glasner (8) than he did under either Hodgson (5 in 35 games) or Vieira (6 in 44).

Indeed, since Glasner’s first Premier League game in charge (24th February), only Cole Palmer (10) has scored more goals in the competition than Frenchman (8).

Only against Manchester City in August (1) have Newcastle recorded fewer shots on target in a Premier League game this season than their two against Crystal Palace.

Newcastle have lost eight of their last 11 Premier League away games (W3), while they’ve now lost on four occasions in London in the league this term, only doing so more times in a Premier League season in 2000-01 and 2005-06 (both 5).

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Semenyo struck after 37 minutes to give the Cherries all three points at Molineux, where Wolves had two goals ruled out.

Hwang Hee-chan and Max Kilman thought they had scored equalisers, with the latter netting in the final moments of stoppage time, but Wolves’ luck was out.

Milos Kerkez was sent off for Bournemouth in the 79th minute but the Cherries held firm to inflict defeat on their former head coach Gary O’Neil, whose Wolves team drop to 12th.Wolves goalkeeper Jose Sa was forced into action twice as Bournemouth started well, pushing Semenyo’s deflected effort wide before clawing away Marcos Senesi’s header from the resulting corner.

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