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Mile Jedinak

30-Year-Old Midfielder     Crystal Palace  Premier


STATUS:  Suspended    EST. RETURN:  11/23/2014
Birthdate:  August 3, 1984    Birthplace:  Sydney, Australia
Nationality:  Australia    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  172 lbs    

November 3, 2014    Mile Jedinak News

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Jedinak was shown an 86th minute red card in Monday's 3-1 defeat to Sunderland.

Jedinak was cautioned twice and the second time kicked out at Jordi Gomez to receive his marching orders. The captain misses Saturday's trip to Manchester United and will be replaced by James McArthur. His suspension breaks a run that has seen him start every single Premier League game for Crystal Palace since promotion in May 2013.

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October 25, 2014

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Jedinak scored a 45th minute penalty in Saturday's 2-2 draw against West Brom.

Jedinak made no mistake from the spot after Sebastian Pocognoli brought down Yannick Bolasie in the penalty area. Jedinak then made a rash challenge in stoppage time to give Saido Berahino the chance to draw level from the spot and he duly obliged. The Palace captain, who also picked up a booking, now has three goals this season.

September 27, 2014

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Jedinak scored in the 54th minute of Saturday's 2-0 win over Leicester.

The Palace captain headed in Jason Puncheon's free kick to give the home side an unassailable two goal lead that was rarely threatened. Jedinak has teamed up with Joe Ledley and James McArthur in central midfield to formed formidable trio that protects against any goals going in at the other end. Goals are a definite bonus for fantasy players and it remains unlikely that he will score any more than around four for the whole campaign.

September 21, 2014

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Jedinak opened the scoring for Palace in the 30th minute in a 3-2 win at Everton on Sunday.

Jedinak smashed the spot kick into the top corner after Tim Howard felled midfielder James McArthur in the box. It was a return to form for the captain after a torrid time out last week saw him give away a penalty. Even though Jedinak now has a goal and an assist, he is a low fantasy option given his defensive responsibilities.

September 13, 2014

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Jedinak gave away a penalty and was booked in Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Burnley.

Jedinak pulled down Burnley striker Lukas Jutkiewicz in the area when both were challenging for a header and owes a debt of gratitude to ‘keeper Julian Speroni after the Argentine saved Scott Arfield’s spot kick.

September 10, 2014

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Jedinak scored his sixth international goal for Australia in a 3-2 win over Saudi Arabia.

The friendly took place in London and Jedinak’s goal came after he headed in a free kick during the first half. Palace’s captain went on to play for 60 minutes and his next cap will be the half century in appearances for the country. Jedinak represents a low-level fantasy option given his defensive nature and lack of either goals or assists.

August 23, 2014

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Jedinak set up Crystal Palace's first goal and was later booked in the defeat to West Ham United.

Jedinak played a ball from the left-hand-side to find Marouane Chamakh, who smashed a shot home from 20 yards, and the Palace captain also picked up a yellow card late in the second half. Jedinak’s first booking of the season is not a surprise for fantasy owners, however, he takes free kicks around the edge of the box and a first assist is a rarity for anyone that owns the combative midfielder.

May 25, 2014

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Jedinak was named Australia's captain for this year's World Cup, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.

Jedinak has scored one goal in six appearances since the start of 2013 for the Socceroos. In his international career he has tallied three goals in 23 total appearances. Australia is expected to struggle after being drawn into Group B with Spain, Netherlands, and Chile, leaving Jedinak with limited fantasy potential.