Zaha raring to go
Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha has warned Brighton that his side are on the up ahead of their meeting on Saturday.
The Eagles will welcome Brighton to Selhurst Park this weekend and they head into the game on the back of a win over Burnley.
Brighton will also head into the game on the back of a victory and a cracking atmosphere is expected for the derby clash.
Zaha scored his fifth goal in as many games during the win over Burnley and claims there is more to come from both himself and also his side.
He told reporters: "I think it's just practice really. We're practising shooting all the time and we're only going to get better.
"Over time, we're showing it on the pitch and getting the goals we need.
"Obviously, the gaffer gives us a game-plan and away from home we can't be as open, so we stay tight and try to break on teams.
"We went through stages where there were so many injuries and you looked at the bench and you can't really mix it up the way the gaffer did [at Burnley].
"It's nice to see because we obviously put some fresh legs out there and it made a difference. It's hard when you play a three-game week, so it made a difference changing it up [at Burnley]."
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