Roy Hodgson has big decisions to make this week as he prepares to face Huddersfield Town with the Premier League returning following the international break.
Injury worries are beginning to pile up for Palace, with Christain Benteke sustaining a knock while away with Belgium.
Wilfried Zaha and James Tomkins are also likely to face late fitness tests.
Here is the team that we have predicted Palace will line up with against the Terriers on Saturday.
GK - Wayne Hennessey
The Welsh goalkeeper is likely to once again see off competition from Vicente Guaita and start against Huddersfield.
RB - Aaron Wan-Bissaka
The promising youngster has established himself as a regular in the first-team squad.
CB - Mamadou Sakho
Sakho is among the first names on the teamsheet for Palace.
CB - Martin Kelly
Kelly could keep his place in the side after featuring against Southampton.
James Tomkins is a doubt and may not be risked.
LB - Patrick van Aanholt
Van Aanholt will be hoping to get some joy down the left as Palace go in search of a positive result.
RM - Andros Townsend
There are decisions to be made in midfield and Townsend could start out wide to get Palace on the front foot.
CM - James McCarthur
McCarthur forms a midfield pivot that will be responsible for keeping Huddersfield at bay.
CM - Luka Milivojević
Milivojević joins McCarthur in midfield.
LM - Jordan Ayew
Ayew started against Southampton and could move out to the wing against Huddersfield.
CAM - Max Meyer
Meyer could be given his first Premier League start against David Wagner’s side with Christian Benteke injured.
ST - Wilfried Zaha
Hodgson may be forced into risking Zaha, who has returned to training this week.
He’s by far their most talented and creative player and they need him back on the pitch as soon as possible.