Crystal Palace and Everton have started the season in excellent form, so the Premier League contest will provide real insight into how far each team can go this season.
Wilf Zaha is thriving as Palace’s star man again with quality around him, while James Rodriguez is already settled and the diamond in Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
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GOAL! Crystal Palace 0-1 Everton (Calvert-Lewin)
Calvert-Lewin is in the goals again! Rodriguez, inevitably, plays a part in the buildup with a superb first-time pass slipped through to Coleman. The full-back’s cut back is perfect for Calvert-Lewin, who drives home his finish and adds to his tally after a hat-trick last time out.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 15:10
Half a chance for Doucoure, who’s picked out in the middle by Rodriguez and manages to test Guaita from a tight angle. It’s a comfortable save in the end for the Palace goalkeeper.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 15:09
Townsend curls a tempting cross towards Zaha in the middle, but Mina does enough to get his head to it and send the ball looping back to Pickford.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 15:07
The game is a little disjointed early on, with neither side able to put a prolonged spell of possession together. It’ll be interesting to see how both teams approach this after their strong starts to the season.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 15:05
Eze wins the ball in Everton’s half and sets Zaha away into the visitors’ box. He’s crowded out before he can get a shot off.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 15:03
After a moment of silence in memory of Matt Ratana, the police officer shot and killed in Croydon this week, Everton get us underway.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 15:00
The players emerge at Selhurst Park. Almost time for game two of the day.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 14:56
Carlo Ancelotti backs Jordan Pickford in his pre-match interview. The focus will be on the goalkeeper again today after his performance against Fleetwood in midweek.
Everton, though, have started the season very well, and are looking to make it three wins from three this afternoon. Their new additions, notably James Rodriguez, have started well.
But Palace will look to make life difficult, having won their first two games, too. The last was a 3-1 victory at Old Trafford, so they should be in confident mood.
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 14:48
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 14:41
Just before the team news from Selhurst Park, here’s an indication of how things went at the Amex…
Callum Rice-Coates26 September 2020 14:40