Warnock relishing testing week

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Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock expects his side to rise to the challenge of two tough away appointments as they bid to bounce back from Saturday's drubbing by Doncaster.

The Eagles crashed 3-0 at Selhurst Park as Rovers chalked up their first win on the road this season. But Warnock feels his side will raise their game with trips to Reading on Tuesday followed by a return to his former club Sheffield United next weekend.

"We have got two tough games against Reading and Sheffield United from now until Saturday," said Warnock. "I could not ask for two better fixtures, really."

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