Crystal Palace and Watford will battle for a place in the FA Cup semi-finals tomorrow.
Roy Hodgson’s side will be the visitors in what is expected to be a tense and competitive quarter-final.
The Eagles have been in good form away from home and they visit Vicarage Road having recorded three wins and a draw from their last four away games.
When both sides last met in August, the Hornets came out on top with a 2-1 victory, so Palace will be eager for revenge.
Here’s how we predict Palace to lineup.
GK - Vicente Guaita
Guaita is expected to retain his spot between the sticks.
RB - Aaron Wan-Bissaka
The right-back missed out on a senior England call-up, but he’s certain to start tomorrow.
CB - James Tomkins
Tomkins had a nightmare performance against Brighton last weekend, so he’ll be determined to make up for it.
CB - Scott Dann
With Mamadou Sakho still ruled out with injury, Dann is set to be the man to partner Tomkins.
LB - Patrick Van Aanholt
Van Aanholt has made the left-back spot his own and he should start.
RM - Andros Townsend
Townsend has been one of Palace’s best players this season. They’ll be looking for some more magic from him tomorrow.
CM - Luka Milivojevic
The penalty king is probably one of the first names on Hodgson’s team sheet.
CM - James McArthur
Kouyate is in contention to start but McArthur hasn’t been playing too badly so could keep his spot.
LM - Jeffrey Schlupp
Schlupp provides energy and extra defensive cover on the left flank. He’s a very good option to have in a game like this.
ST - Wilfried Zaha
Schlupp allows Zaha to have more attacking freedom. He could be the difference maker.
ST - Michy Batshuayi
The forward has been impressive since joining on loan. He’s linked well with Zaha at times and they could cause problems for Watford.