Crystal Palace will be keen to get the better of Brighton and Hove Albion when they travel to the Amex Stadium on Tuesday night.
The Eagles have endured a difficult season so far but will head into the midweek fixture with confidence.
Roy Hodgson’s men clinched a crucial win on Saturday afternoon as they defeated Burnley at Selhurst Park. James McArthur and Andros Townsend netted in a 2-0 win.
Brighton, meanwhile, will also be looking to secure all three points in this encounter between two rivals.
Chris Hughton’s side have struggled with inconsistency this season but also head into the game following a win at the weekend. The Seagulls came from behind to beat ten-man Huddersfield Town 2-1 away from home.
Take a look at how we expect Crystal Palace to line up for their crunch clash against Brighton.
Hennessey will keep his place against Brighton.
Wan-Bissaka has been excellent this season and will start at right-back once again.
Tomkins is set to be called upon once more in central defence.
Alongside Tomkins at the back, Sakho is likely to start.
Patrick van Aanholt
Van Aanholt is set to make up the usual back four and will start at left-back.
Kouyate has played well for Palace lately and is set to start in midfield.
Milivojevic is in line to lead the side out at the Amex.
McArthur scored in fortuitous circumstances against Burnley and is set to start in midfield.
After scoring an exceptional goal against Burnley, Townsend is likely to retain his place.
Meyer is poised to line up on the wing and will hope to provide his side with creativity.
Zaha is poised to lead the line once again as he looks to find his goalscoring touch once again.
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