West Ham, Huddersfield, Cardiff, Palace and the unwanted calls from Championship

Christian Benteke, and James McArthur of Crystal Palace look dejcted after conceding during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Southampton FC at Selhurst Park on September 1, 2018 in London, United Kingdom.
Crystal Palace forward Christian Benteke continues to struggle in front of the goal.
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Huddersfield ground out a point from Goodison Park, not many expected that they scored first but were soon pegged back by a Calvert-Lewin strike.

In all, they will return to the John Smith with a valuable point ahead of the international break, no one likes to go into the break with a gloomy result, but whatever that point means, it takes absolutely nothing away from the fact that relegation is as certain as death for the Terriers.

West Ham have played four times and they have lost four times, with Adama Traore heaping the heaviest of blows on Manuel Pellegrini's men at the death on Saturday.

At this point last season, Crystal Palace with Frank De Boer were in similar situation with Westham, the Dutchman got the boots, how long more before The Chilean veteran sees the exit door?

Cardiff fought hard, pegged Arsenal back twice but couldn’t take their chances, they are favourites to go down except they find their magic boots.

It’s been established that any team Jordan Ayew joins goes down, Crystal Palace looks to be interested in championship football really, with Wilfried Zaha out injured before kick off on Saturday, the Eagles puffed and huffed to defeat at home in the hands of Mark Hughes’s Southampton.

You don’t win games if you don’t score goals, and if you’re ever looking for goals, it won’t come from Christian Benteke, no, never!

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