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Crystal Palace have no new injury worries to contend with ahead of today’s clash with Liverpool, but are missing striker Christian Benteke.

Palace took a point from top-of-the-table Tottenham last Sunday before Jose Mourinho’s side were leapfrogged by Saturday’s visitors Liverpool in midweek.Crystal Palace have no new injury worries to contend with ahead of today’s clash with Liverpool, but are missing striker Christian Benteke.

Palace took a point from top-of-the-table Tottenham last Sunday before Jose Mourinho’s side were leapfrogged by Saturday’s visitors Liverpool in midweek.

In Palace’s game against West Ham on Wednesday night, Benteke was controversially sent off for two yellow cards branded “ludicrous” by manager Roy Hodgson. The Belgian had scored his third goal in as many games and would have been relishing facing his former side.

Hodgson has called on Jordan Ayew to partner Wilfried Zaha up front in the absence of Benteke.

Meanwhile, Gary Cahill also returns having been rested as a precaution against the Hammers in the week.

In Palace’s game against West Ham on Wednesday night, Benteke was controversially sent off for two yellow cards branded “ludicrous” by manager Roy Hodgson. The Belgian had scored his third goal in as many games and would have been relishing facing his former side.

Hodgson has called on Jordan Ayew to partner Wilfried Zaha up front in the absence of Benteke.

Meanwhile, Gary Cahill also returns having been rested as a precaution against the Hammers in the week.

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Also back are former Liverpool full-back Nathaniel Clyne and Jeff Schlupp, with Joel Ward and Andros Townsend dropping to the bench.

Starting XI: Guaita, Clyne, Kouyate, Cahill, Van Aanholt, Schlupp, Milivojevic, McArthur, Eze, Zaha, Ayew

Subs: Butland, Ward, Tomkins, Dann, Townsend, McCarthy, Batshuayi, Mitchell, Riedewald

Today 12.30pm, BT Sport

Venue: Selhurst Park

Referee: Jonathan Moss

Suspended: Benteke

Injured: Ferguson (knee), Hennessey (thigh), Wickham (thigh), Sakho (thigh)

Crystal Palace vs Liverpool – LIVE!

Crystal Palace face the team sitting at the Premier League summit for the second time in just seven days in this weekend’s opening top-flight clash.

A late Jeffrey Schlupp goal and string of fine saves from Vicente Guaita sealed a well-deserved point for the Eagles against Tottenham last weekend, before Roy Hodgson was left raging at Christian Benteke’s dismissal in a 1-1 London derby draw with West Ham in midweek.

25 mins: Cracking defending from Cahill, who uses his experience to stop Roberto Firmino from making contact with Robertson’s inviting cross from the left.

Robertson’s subsequent corner is comfortably plucked out of the air by Guaita, who tries to set up a swift Palace counter with Liverpool on their heels.

However, the hosts are unable to take advantage.

23 mins: Two chances for Palace to equalise are spurned in quick succession by Ayew!

First he allows a Schlupp delivery from the byline to go past him, before playing the ball agonisingly behind Zaha in the box.

That surely would have been 1-1, had the pass been accurate.

20 mins: Palace have responded pretty well to that early goal, with former Liverpool right-back Clyne delivering an excellent cross that his former colleagues are able to defend.

The visitors, after dominating the early exchanges, now look content to allow Palace a lot of possession and attempt to double their lead on the counter.

19 mins: Some mild panic in Liverpool’s defensive ranks as Ayew expertly earns a free-kick under pressure from Fabinho.

Jordan Henderson somewhat slices his clearance as it takes the Reds a few attempts to get the ball clear and then try to a launch a swift counter-attack.

16 mins: James McArthur dispossesses Mane at one end before Alisson comes racing out of his box to thwart Zaha at the other.

Milivojevic then tries to lob the Brazilian from distance! A clever effort that was on target, but is easily dealt with by the retreating goalkeeper.

14 mins: Zaha is very frustrated that he isn’t played in behind the Liverpool backline as Palace look for a response to that early setback.

11 mins: Palace applying some pressure now as captain Luka Milivojevic – who was fouled as Mane tried to counter a few moments ago – releases Zaha down the left flank and the Eagles’ talisman delivers a dangerous low cross that Fabinho does well to turn behind with Ayew lurking.

Another foul at the subsequent corner from Cahill gives Liverpool some breathing room.

The ball is just being held up in the wind at times during these early exchanges, which could make things interesting…

That was Minamino’s first Premier League goal for Liverpool and, according to Opta, the Reds’ earliest away effort since Rickie Lambert scored against… yep, you guessed it, Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in November 2014!

9 mins: Palace break through Schlupp, who tries to find Zaha but sees a low pass cut out by Matip.

The corner comes to nothing as Cahill tries to block Alexander-Arnold’s clearance and concedes the free-kick.

Palace are now three matches unbeaten and sit 12th, though have won only one of their last five – a 5-1 drubbing of 10-man West Brom at The Hawthorns.

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3 mins: What a start for the leaders!

Andrew Robertson feeds the ball into Sadio Mane in the box and the Senegal forward finds space before picking out Minamino.

Salah’s replacement doesn’t shoot straightaway and gets a somewhat fortunate deflection off Clyne before slotting home past Vicente Guaita.

The worst possible start for Palace, who have lost all of their last six games against Liverpool.

 

Kick-off

After both sets of players take the knee, we are ready to go at Selhurst Park.

Jon Moss is today’s referee. A reminder that Liverpool need to avoid defeat today to guarantee staying top of the Premier League over Christmas…

Here come the teams

Selhurst Park is bathed in winter sunshine as the teams make their way out onto the pitch, with Liverpool’s players having waited in the car park.

No home fans in attendance this afternoon of course, with London having been moved into Tier 3 of the Government’s coronavirus restrictions.

 

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