Bakary Sako bamboozles Burnley as Crystal Palace revival continues

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Former Wolves forward Sako was aghast to see a first-half penalty claim waved away after being brought down by James Tarkowski but channelled his frustrations to secure the points midway through the first half at Selhurst Park. The immediate picture is that it [the poor form] is a fact, but you only have to go back four games before that and we'd won three out of four, so if you mix it all together then the season is certainly in front of the curve I'd say.

"The only thing that interests me - and I have said it right from the start - is where we are on the final day of May and being one place above the relegation zone".

"Credit to Burnley because they are doing very well but for us it's another very important game and we will be going into it looking to get maximum points which is no different to any other week".

Asked about Sako's latest contribution, his second goal in two games, the Eagles manager responded: "He's done well for himself. He was in the team on merit - he chipped in with a goal, a good goal".

There was scant evidence of that yesterday as the Palace recovery under Roy Hodgson resumed with a victory that might have been reflected by a wider margin than Bakary Sako's solitary goal.

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The Clarets away form last season was bad and it was not until a 2-0 win at Selhurst Park on April 29 that they managed their first ― and only away win of the campaign which helped secure them top-flight survival.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche, though, has stated that he does not want to lose Arfield in the January transfer window. Then the second half we were decent, and probably deserved to scratch a draw in the end.

"I still think we've moved a long way from where we were last season, particularly away from home because in the second half we've really taken that game on".

"'Oh, we will wait for it to come our way'. No".

Schlupp, 25, has been a regular fixture for Crystal Palace having played in 19 of their 22 English Premier League fixtures this season. "It's just not like that".

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