Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace side are preparing for a crucial game against Fulham this weekend.
The term ‘six-pointer’ springs to mind, a victory would go some way to lifting the club away from the bottom three.
They’ll have to try and do so without key man Wilfried Zaha, who is suspended after being sent off against Southampton during the week.
However, they could have Michy Batshuayi to call upon after he signed on loan from Chelsea on deadline day.
This is how we think Palace will line up.
GK - Vicente Guaita
Palace are no longer worrying about their goalkeeper situation and this man slots into the starting XI.
RB - Aaron Wan-Bissaka
The right-back has made this position one of a few that are simply not up for debate.
CB - James Tomkins
Alongside him, the reliable James Tomkins. He keeps his place in the team.
CB - Mamadou Sakho
Sakho remains a key part of Hodgson’s squad and he’ll no doubt be important in this match.
LB - Patrick Van Aanholt
While he may not have the consistency of Wan-Bissaka, he is a regular at left back.
CM - Max Meyer
Max Meyer could come into the side to replace the injured Cheikhou Kouyate.
CM - Luka Milivojevic
Luka Milivojevic once again starts in midfield to add that defensive steel, while also offering a threat from the penalty spot.
CM - James McArthur
McArthur has the Premier League experience that Fulham lack and that could give Palace the advantage.
RW - Andros Townsend
Townsend will be looking to step up in Zaha’s absence. Palace will need a big performance from him.
LW - Jeffrey Schlupp
With no Zaha in the team, there will be an added emphasis on Schlupp to attack.
ST - Michy Batshuayi
Michy Batshuayi has been at the Palace training ground on Friday and could be thrown straight into the starting XI.
While it seems unlikely, this could be the perfect opportunity to bed him in.