Mark Lawrenson has stated that Wilfried Zaha's return to Premier League action will prove the difference as Crystal Palace travel to Huddersfield.
Palace are without a win since the opening day, but Lawrenson believes that a fit Zaha will be enough to secure all three points at the St John's Stadium on Saturday.
The BBC pundit said: "The good news for Crystal Palace is that it looks like Wilfried Zaha is on his way back from his groin injury.
Wilfried Zaha looks set to provide Crystal Palace with a welcome boost following a return to training. The Eagles star missed the home defeat to Southampton due to a groin problem but is expected to be back for the trip to Huddersfield on Saturday. #CPFC— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) September 10, 2018
Palace's struggles without Zaha have been well documented in recent weeks. Since the start of last season the Eagles have lost all ten games that they have played without the Ivory Coast international. Huddersfield, however, will be hoping that the 25-year-old does not make the trip to Yorkshire as they search for their first win of the season.
The Palace manager also commented on his side's form without their talisman, saying: "U