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N'Golo Kante and Alvaro Morata unlikely to feature against Crystal Palace

13 October 2017

The Dutchman replaced Sam Allardyce in the Eagles dugout in the summer, but was axed after only 77 days and left the club at the bottom of the Premier League table with zero points after four matches.

However, Palace fans will be feeling a lot more confident if Zaha returns this weekend, with the flying winger undoubted the team's talisman in the final third.

"As a brother and if I am objective, I think it is true that he was unfairly treated", Ronald De Boer told Goal. Early suggestions, according to the Daily Telegraph, are that Kante could be out for at least three weeks, which would see him miss crucial Champions League games.

Now, reports suggest that things are likely to get worse before they get better.

"They wanted to change from "kick and rush" to a passing game".

"If you want to go from A to Z, it doesn't happen overnight". The Palace owners should have known this.

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"Against Burnley was probably their best game".

Morata only arrived in England in July, becoming Chelsea's most expensive signing ever, but his importance to Conte's project has become apparent immediately: The 24-year-old Spaniard has already scored eight goals in 10 appearances.

The Eagles chief is desperate to help keep the Londoners in the Premier League as the side have endured a nightmare start to the season with an historic seven successive defeats in which they have also failed to score a goal.

"You are going back to where you started".

Following two brief spells in his last two jobs at Palace and Inter, Frank de Boer is now assessing his options carefully ahead of his next managerial job.

N'Golo Kante and Alvaro Morata unlikely to feature against Crystal Palace