This Saturday’s early kick-off in the Premier League sees rivals Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion come up against each other.

Roy Hodgson’s side travel to the Amex Stadium to face Graham Potter’s men, with both teams coming into the game after positive results in their last league fixtures.

Palace managed to secure three points at home to Newcastle United thanks to Patrick Van Aanholt’s stunning free-kick, whilst Brighton drew with high-flying Sheffield United after Neal Maupay’s first-half equaliser.

In the reverse fixture last December, Palace and Brighton drew 1-1 in an entertaining affair at Selhurst Park.

Brighton currently sit in 15th place in the league table, just four points above the relegation zone, whilst Palace have some breathing space by being nine points away from the drop zone.

However, if Palace want to beat their rivals in their own back yard this weekend, they’ll need to ensure that they do certain things properly.

Below, we’ve looked at five things that Palace may need to do to beat Brighton.