Crystal Palace hold on to beat Burnley and continue their revival under Roy Hodgson

If Crystal Palace gave their rivals in the battle for Premier League survival a seven-game headstart, then Bakary Sako is showing that even in a team that took its time to get going there is room for late bloomers.

Sako scored his second goal in five days to secure victory and pull Crystal Palace into mid-table, continuing his midwinter form that has been peak rather than the usual bleak.

Alan Pardew, during his time as Palace boss, spoke of trying to harness the ‘chaos’ that Wilfried Zaha and Yannick Bolasie could create in opposing defences and

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