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June 15, 2024

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Crystal Palace Defender Outshines Declan Rice in Shocking Tackle Success Stat

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Despite a challenging season for Crystal Palace, a surprising statistic has emerged, revealing that three of their players rank among the top performers in tackle success rate across the Premier League.

Recent performances at Selhurst Park have left fans longing for excitement, with the team struggling under Roy Hodgson’s management. Although there’s been a recent upturn, including a commendable display against Liverpool and a dramatic comeback against Manchester City resulting in a 2-2 draw, Hodgson’s position remains precarious, especially with Steve Cooper becoming available after his dismissal from Nottingham Forest.

Amidst this uncertainty, there’s a silver lining in the form of positive statistics, with Tyrick Mitchell leading the charge in a standout defensive performance by Crystal Palace players.

Palace’s Tackling Prowess in the Premier League

Despite the team’s mixed form, Crystal Palace stands out as one of the best tackling sides in the league this season, as highlighted by stats from TheOther14 on X.

Jordan Ayew is the first Palace representative in the top 20, with a completion rate of 72.3% from 34 tackles, making him the lowest-ranked but still a notable contributor.

Cheick Doucoure follows at 14th on the list, boasting a 73.9% completion rate from 34 tackles.

The standout performer, however, is full-back Tyrick Mitchell, leading the pack with an impressive 80.4% completion rate from 37 tackles. Notably, Mitchell’s statistics outshine prominent midfielders like Declan Rice and Rodri.

Addressing Defensive Imbalances

While Palace’s tackling prowess is commendable, the team shares this distinction only with Everton. However, Hodgson may be concerned about an apparent imbalance in the defense, as the statistics reveal a notable absence of one fullback.

This suggests a potential weakness on one side of the defense, a concern heightened by Joel Ward’s current status as a less favored option among fans.

The solution may lie in recruiting more players with tackle success rates reaching the 80s, which could significantly enhance Palace’s defensive solidity and address the observed imbalance.

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