Crystal Palace fans have taken to Twitter to discuss their team’s woeful form at Selhurst Park this season.
The Eagles have scored just six goals from open play at home this season, with one of them an own goal, and only bottom-placed Huddersfield have a worse record at home than the south London-based side.
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In stark contrast, Palace’s away form is excellent, but fans who regularly attend the fixtures at Selhurst Park will be continuously left feeling hard done by as a result of the toothless performances.
Palace have lost eight games at home already this season, and have just one win in their last seven fixtures on their own turf.
With eight games left to play and having already amassed 33 points, the general consensus is that Palace will stay up, but the fans are getting more and more frustrated at watching their team constantly suffering defeat at their own place.
Let’s see what the Eagles supporters are saying on Twitter…
Palace have scored six goals from open play at home this season. Six.
And one of them was an own goal
Not. Good. Enough. #cpfc
— George Pavlou (@The_ArmaniCode) March 9, 2019
And some still want to make excuses and back the manager. He can set a team up to play with discipline, but is completely clueless when it comes to creativity.
— Daren (@cpdaren) March 9, 2019
— Starman (@PalaceBySea) March 9, 2019
Since winning promotion back to the Premier League in 2013, Crystal Palace have won just 36 of their 110 home league fixtures.
We’ve lost 54 of them.
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) March 10, 2019
More up for it Gaz but even more frustrating is that with only a handful of games left this season and we STILL have no effective game plan to play at home!!
— Uncle (@barberville) March 9, 2019
It’s absolutely spot on home form has been awful
— Stu (@stuartAchalmers) March 9, 2019
3 home league wins all season, the double done over us by our biggest rivals, disgrace. We deserve better.
— Dan McDowall (@dan_mcdowall) March 9, 2019
Bottled another match against our “fierce rivals” (wouldn’t know they were by how our team played). Subs too late AGAIN by Roy. PvA remains off the boil, needs competition. Again our terrible home form continues ? #cpfc
— Chris Mollett (@CPFCmollett) March 9, 2019