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Murray faces the most important Saturday 3pm of his career

Glenn MurrayCrystal Palace striker Glenn Murray faces the most important Saturday 3pm of his career, as he undergoes a scan today to reveal the extent of his knee injury  sustained in last night’s play-off semi final at Selhurst Park.

Murray has been in prolific form this season and his goals have taken Palace to the playoffs this year and his injury in last night’s first leg tie is a massive blow for Ian Holloway’s men, ahead of the next week’s 2nd leg at the Amex Stadium.

Palace will be hoping the results of today’s scan will prove positive; however if Murray, who left the stadium on crutches, has torn his cruciate ligament that is feared then the striker will be sidelined from anything between six months to a year, leaving Ian Holloway, who is already losing Wilfried Zaha this summer, with a massive hole to fill in his squad ahead of next season.

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