Crystal Palace will be looking to get back to winning ways on Wednesday when they travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Eagles head into the game on the back of a disappointing 1-0 home defeat against Chelsea at the weekend.
Wolves, meanwhile, will be full of confidence. They stunned Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium and came away with an unexpected 3-1 victory to continue their good form.
It is likely that Roy Hodgson will have a near-clean bill of health, with Christian Benteke the only absentee. The Belgian forward is still working his way back from a long-term injury.
Palace will know that they are underdogs heading into this fixture but will be confident of coming away from Molineux with something to show for their efforts.
Here is our predicted line-up.
Guaita has been good for Palace this season and is unlikely to be displaced.
Wan-Bissaka is a mainstay at right-back and will continue against Wolves.
In central defence, it is likely that Tomkins will retain his place.
Alongside Tomkins, Sakho is also set to start at the back.
Patrick van Aanholt
As is always the case, Van Aanholt will start at left-back.
In holding midfield, Kouyate is set to start at Molineux.
McArthur is poised to operate in central midfield and will hope to stifle Wolves’ creative outlets.
Milivojevic is set to captain the team and will play in the three-man midfield.
Townsend has played well recently and is in line to play on the right-hand side.
Meyer is poised to return to the starting line-up. He’s likely to play out on the left.
Palace’s talisman Zaha is set to lead the line against Wolves on Wednesday.