Double Boost: Manager declares key players ready for Fulham.

The availability of Jordan Ayew and Marc Guéhi for Crystal Palace’s match against Fulham on Saturday, September 23rd (15:00 BST), has been confirmed by Roy Hodgson.

Ayew, who was involved in a hard challenge in the loss at Villa Park the last time out, and Guéhi, who had been hurt while serving with the national team, both returned to first-team practise this week.

Jordan is alright, according to Hodgson, who said in his pre-game press conference, “He took a nasty blow, it gave him a dead leg, but he trained fine, yes.”

Marc Guéhi, who suffered an injury while playing for England, has also recovered, though. It’s done well to recover.

Mathues França and Michael Olise are the players we have on a long-term contract.

Some shorter-term absentees won’t be able to make the Fulham game this weekend, according to Hodgson.

The manager stated, “Shorter-term, the players we have out are James Tomkins, Jefferson Lerma, and Naouirou Ahamada.” “Ahamada, who hurt his ankle. There was nobody around him when he experienced a bizarre accident during training.

He stretched and hooked his ankle on the ground.

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