Roy Hodgson insists it is premature to label Crystal Palace’s Premier League match against Southampton a relegation “six-pointer”.
Only goal difference separates Palace and the Saints in the table heading into Wednesday’s St Mary’s clash, with the two relegation-threatened teams just three points above the drop zone.
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But manager Hodgson feels now is not the time to start thinking each game is so crucial in the scrap to avoid the drop.
He said: “It is too early to talk about six-pointer games. “There are still 15 matches left to play and that’s an awful lot of football.
You should keep your powder dry when it comes to discussing six-pointers for the last four or five games of the season, when it is then pretty obvious what may happen.
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