Crystal Palace will be looking to achieve back-to-back wins against rivals Brighton this weekend after a promising 3-1 win at Turf Moor.
After an unlucky Phil Bardsley opened the scoring at the wrong end, Palace took advantage three minutes into the second half through Michy Batshuayi.
To make sure of the victory, Wilfried Zaha made it three by scoring his eighth goal of the season. Burnley were not done yet though as Ashley Barnes scored in the 90th minute.
Crystal Palace will be looking to beat their old foe, as the last time they played their rivals they lost 3-1, with Crystal Palace still looking to secure their place in the Premier League this game will be vital for them.
Looking further ahead, if the club want to have any chance of keeping hold of both Aaron Wan-Bissaka, they’ll need to push to finish in the top half of the table and get to the FA Cup final.
Here is how we expect Roy Hodgson’s team to line up against Brighton:
GK - Vicente Guaita
After being dropped for the Burnley trip and Wayne Hennessey failing to keep a clean sheet, Guaita looks destined to return and put the number one shirt back on.
RB - Aaron Wan-Bissaka
The number one right-back for Crystal Palace so far this season. He managed to play the full 90 minutes against Burnley last week having missed the previous two games.
CB - James Tomkins
With Mamadou Sakho out injured, Palace will need to lean on James Tomkins, who looks likely to start.
CB - Scott Dann
After looking solid against Burnley, Palace will be keen to avoid too many changes after the five Roy Hodgson made against Burnley.
LB - Patrick van Aanholt
The Dutch left-back almost is certain to start. Van Aanholt is great for his attacking threat.
CM - Luka Milivojevic
The club captain is a reliable central midfielder and you know what you’re going to get from him.
CM - James McArthur
James McArthur seems to be one of Roy Hodgson’s favourites, as he has made seven goal contributions. Also, he’s started all 29 games for Palace so far this term.
CM - Max Meyer
Some say he may have fallen out of favour, but he started against Burnley and maybe if Hodgson gives Max Meyer a bit more game time then he could turn into a crucial aspect of this Crystal Palace team.
RW - Andros Townsend
After being a surprise omission from the side for the Burnley trip, Townsend has been in good form this season and we think he will start.
LW - Wilfried Zaha
Crystal Palace’s star player and what a star he’s been for the Eagles in the past few games. After being linked with moves away from the club, Zaha has done well to maintain his high levels of performance.
ST - Michy Batshuayi
Batshuayi is the only striker so far this season that we can say is vaguely in form after scoring his first goal against Leicester and doubling up against Burnley.