Crystal Palace’s next 8 Premier League fixtures after break compared to rivals Brighton and Brentford

Crystal Palace will hope to pick up more points when the Premier League resumes after the international break.

Crystal Palace have missed the last two match days and have seen some of their international stars travel across the globe to represent their countries.

Patrick Vieira, Head Coach of Crystal Palace reacts during the Premier League match (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

The Eagles were building momentum after drawing away at Newcastle before the game against Manchester United was called off following the deal of Queen Elizabeth II.

The lengthy break has given Vieira the chance to work on the set-piece issues that have been the team’s achilles heels and enough time for players who were carrying knocks to recover fully.

They will however have eight games when the international break is over and it will be non-stop until the World Cup to be staged later this year Qatar.

The Eagles are expected to be in and around teams like Brighton and Brentford who have all enjoyed solid starts to the season.


Games against Chelsea and Everton- who have just picked up their first win of the season are expected to test Vieira’s side, but having taken on Manchester City and Liverpool already, most of the fixtures are expected to yield maximum results for the south London club.

So below we provide their fixtures for the next eight match days compared to teams expected to be around them throughout the campaign.

Crystal Palace games

Chelsea (H)- October 1

Leeds (H)- October 9

Leicester (A)- October 15


Wolves (H)- October 18

Everton (A)- October 22

Southampton (H)-October 29

West Ham ( A)- November 6

Nottingham Forest (A)- November 12

Brentford games


Bournemouth (A)- October 1

Newcastle (A)- October 8

Brighton (H)-October 14

Chelsea (H)-October 19

Villa (A)-October 23

Wolves (H)-October 29


Nottingham Forest (A) -November 5

Manchester City (A)- November 12

Brighton games

Liverpool (A)- October 1

Tottenham (H)- October 8


Brentford (A) -October 14

Nottingham Forest (H) -October 18

Manchester City (A)- October 22

Chelsea (H) -October 29

Wolves (A)-November 5

Villa (A)- November 13