Crystal Palace face a daunting task on Saturday as they travel to Anfield to face league-leaders Liverpool.
The Reds have been in fine form of late and have lost just one Premier League match all season. However, Roy Hodgson’s side will be keen to cause an upset on Merseyside when they lock horns with Jurgen Klopp’s men.
Palace will head into this fixture looking to bounce back after a disappointing home defeat to Watford last time out.
Liverpool, meanwhile, are out to build on their 1-0 win away at Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend.
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Vicente Guaita and Wayne Hennessey are set to miss out, meaning that Speroni will make his first start of the season.
Wan-Bissaka is likely to be tasked with keeping Sadio Mane quiet on the wing.
Tomkins is set to keep his place in central defence against Liverpool.
Sakho will be desperate to turn in a resilient performance against his former club on Saturday.
Patrick van Aanholt
Van Aanholt will be looking to cut off Liverpool’s supply from the right and will start at left-back.
Milivojevic is set to start in central midfield and will wear the captain’s armband.
Kouyate will be keen to provide some steel in the Palace midfield.
McArthur is set to start against Liverpool. Hodgson will know the importance of the Eagles competing in the midfield battle.
Townsend is likely to be tasked with some defensive duties. He will, however, be keen to help Palace make the most of any chances they are presented with.
Ayew is set to lead the line but faces a difficult task against Virgil van Dijk.
Zaha will need to be at his best if Palace are to come away from Anfield with a positive result.
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