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    • 1Marshall
    • 42John
    • 4Caulker
    • 6Turner
    • 28Théophile-Catherine
    • 13Kim Bo-Kyung
    • 7Whittingham
    • 8Medel
    • 18Mutch
    • 19Cowie
    • 10Campbell
    • 20Williams
    • 12O'Keefe
    • 3Mariappa
    • 34Price
    • 16Gayle
    • 28Kébé
    • 9Phillips
    • 32Lewis
    • 2Connolly
    • 11Odemwingie
    • 16Noone
    • 9Cornelius
    • 17Gunnarsson
    • 5Hudson

    Crystal Palace

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 1 J. Speroni
    • 2 J. Ward
    • 19 D. Gabbidon
    • 27 D. Delaney
    • 21 D. Moxey (Mariappa ')
    • 13 J. Puncheon
    • 8 K. Dikgacoi
    • 15 M. Jedinak
    • 46 B. Bannan (O'Keefe ')
    • 29 M. Chamakh
    • 30 C. Jerome

    Cardiff

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-5-1
    • 1 D. Marshall
    • 42 D. John
    • 4 S. Caulker
    • 6 B. Turner
    • 28 K. Théophile-Catherine
    • 13 B. Kim (Odemwingie ')
    • 7 P. Whittingham
    • 8 G. Medel
    • 18 J. Mutch
    • 19 D. Cowie (Noone ')
    • 10 F. Campbell (Cornelius ')
    Substitutes
    • 20 J. Williams
    • 12 S. O'Keefe
    • 3 A. Mariappa
    • 34 L. Price
    • 16 D. Gayle
    • 28 J. Kébé
    • 9 K. Phillips
    Substitutes
    • 32 J. Lewis
    • 2 M. Connolly
    • 11 P. Odemwingie
    • 16 C. Noone
    • 9 A. Cornelius
    • 17 A. Gunnarsson
    • 5 M. Hudson

    Crystal Palace vs Cardiff

    Crystal Palace’s three Barclays Premier League wins this season have all come under different managers.

    This will be the first time Crystal Palace and Cardiff City have met in the top flight of English football.

    The last three league meetings between Cardiff and Palace have seen the team who opened the scoring go on to lose the game.

    Cardiff have won four and lost just two of their last seven league visits to Selhurst Park, but Palace have won two of the last three in south London.

    Cardiff City have gone three hours without scoring a Premier League goal.

    Palace; with eight goals, are the only team to score fewer than Cardiff this season (11) in the Premier League.

    The south Londoners have taken seven points from their last four matches, two more than Manchester United (5).

    Cardiff have failed to score in their last three away games but their last goal away from home came in London (Jordon Mutch at Stamford Bridge in mid-October).

    Marouane Chamakh has scored two goals from three shots on target in the Premier League this season.

    Cardiff have conceded fewer fouls than any other Premier League team this season (123), while Palace have a joint-low 15 yellow cards.