Palace held at home in the snow by Freedman's new boys

Streatham Guardian: Offside: Glenn Murray looks to the linesman in hope after slotting the ball past Adam Bogdan, but it was a forlorn hope     SP72943 Offside: Glenn Murray looks to the linesman in hope after slotting the ball past Adam Bogdan, but it was a forlorn hope SP72943

Crystal Palace and Bolton Wanderers played out a 0-0 Championship draw at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Chances were at a premium as Dougie Freedman's Bolton defended resolutely, and were only unlocked once when Glenn Murray had the ball in the back of the net - only to be ruled offside.

The result, the Eagles' sixth in 11 games, leaves them 10 points behind league leaders Cardiff City.

Next up for Ian Holloway is Huddersfield Town away, on January 30.

 

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