James McArthur revealed that poor individual mistakes cost Crystal Palace in the humbling 4-1 Premier League defeat to Arsenal. Nacho Monreal, Alex Iwobi, Laurent Koscielny and Alexandre Lacazette all scored within 22 minutes at the Emirates to put Arsenal out of reach in the first half. In the 78 Luka Milivojevic scored a consolation but it was a day to forget for the Eagles, according to McArthur.
Crystal Palace have made one change ahead of this afternoon's Premier League clash with Arsenal. Jairo Riedewald is dropped to the bench to be replaced by Yohan Cabaye, who was an unused substitute in last week's 1-0 win over Burnley having suffered with muscle fatigue. Andros Townsend has recovered from an injury but is only fit enough to make the bench; Joel Ward also returns as a substitute as well.
Crystal Palace are currently losing 4-0 against Arsenal in the Premier League. The Eagles got off to a disastrous start when Nacho Monreal headed the Gunners into the lead with just six minutes on the clock. He escaped the guard of the Palace defence and nodded in from a corner with ease. Four minutes later Palace were two down. Alexi Iwobi received the ball unmarked on the edge of the box and placed the ball beyond Wayne Hennessey to double the lead. The calamitous start was not finished there.
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