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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 West Ham 2 3 7 9
19 Swansea 2 2 8 8
20 C Palace 1 2 9 5
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Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace
EvertonEverton
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 By PA Sport

Crystal Palace's Scott Dann accuses Oumar Niasse of diving for penalty

Crystal Palace and Everton traded first-half goals in a 2-2 draw to each earn a point in their scrap among the bottom.
David Unsworth hails the effort of his Everton players after they fought back to earn a draw at Crystal Palace.
English Premier League: Oumar Niasse (90'+3) Everton 2-4 Arsenal

Scott Dann has accused Oumar Niasse of "conning'' referee Anthony Taylor to win Everton's penalty in their 2-2 draw at Crystal Palace.

The striker appeared to dive after minimal contact with Dann, and Leighton Baines' penalty brought Everton level.

Niasse went unpunished, and he also scored Everton's second equalising goal on the stroke of half-time.

He could yet face retrospective punishment over the incident, even if that will do little to ease Palace's frustration over the two dropped points.

Dann...

Crystal Palace and Everton battle out entertaining draw at Selhurst Park

Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace
EvertonEverton
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Crystal Palace and Everton traded first-half goals in a 2-2 draw to each earn a point in their scrap among the bottom.
Crystal Palace and Everton traded first-half goals in a 2-2 draw to each earn a point in their scrap among the bottom.
David Unsworth hails the effort of his Everton players after they fought back to earn a draw at Crystal Palace.
Roy Hodgson says that what he thinks Crystal Palace deserve in matches doesn't matter if they keep dropping points.

Crystal Palace were denied a crucial Premier League victory after a controversial penalty earned Everton a 2-2 draw.

Roy Hodgson's team twice took the lead at Selhurst Park with goals from James McArthur and Wilfried Zaha, but were frustrated when they felt Oumar Niasse dived to earn a penalty and then scored Everton's second goal by half-time.

The visitors showed little, beyond resilience, to strengthen caretaker manager David Unsworth's bid to be appointed on a permanent basis amid the expectation...