Did not have too much to do against a misfiring Everton side. Tipped one Mirallas shot around the post, but otherwise it was a relatively quiet afternoon.
Tough in the tackle but very limited in possession, sometimes clearing the ball upfield when he had more time to pick a pass. Defensively reliable, though.
Has adapted well to the Premier League but this was one of his tougher afternoons. Baines was very bright down the left early on and although the right-back did improve, he was still fortunate on one or two occasions that the England defender's crossing was not up to its usual standard.
Formed a strong partnership with Delaney against a difficult customer in Lukaku. At the back, it was a much better afternoon than has been usual this season for Palace.
With skipper Paddy McCarthy's return imminent, he boosted his claim for a starting place at centre-back. Ensured Lukaku played only with his back to goal around the Palace box.
Very dangerous when he found space to run into - almost Wilfried Zaha-like - but did not get on the ball nearly enough. One astute pass set Thomas through on goal.
Drifted in and out of the game, but his use of the ball at times was excellent and he worked hard to press to win it back. One fine first-half pass was not taken advantage of by Dikgacoi.
Twice got in goalscoring positions in the penalty area and twice wasted the opportunity, on the second occasion bizarrely heading the ball backwards. The more advanced central midfield position does not play to his strengths. Replaced at half-time by O'Keefe.
Patrolled the space in front of the defence in commanding fashion, as usual. For all the defensive work he does, it might not hurt to swap him out of the holding role for Dikgacoi in order to get him on the ball more often.
At the centre of all Palace's best play, but missed the best chance of the match when he was put through on goal by Bolasie. One excellent cross found Dikgacoi, who should have scored, and he also forced Howard into a fine save with a dipping shot.
Cannot be faulted for effort, but leading the line of a struggling team is a tough job and he is lacking in confidence. Really should have scored when he met a corner on the edge of the six-yard box.
Decisive when he came to punch the ball and did brilliantly to tip Thomas' shot over the crossbar. An assured display.
Strong in the air and used the ball out of defence well but there were some hairy moments for the Everton back four. Missed a golden opportunity to head in the winner in the second half.
Not the quickest and he was exposed on one or two occasions as Everton pushed on in search of a goal. Generally took care of Chamakh comfortably.
Rampaged down the left flank but, after a good start including one pass from which Osman should have scored, the quality of his delivery faded a little. Did not get many chances to put crosses, rather than more precise passes, into the box.
Attacked once or twice from right-back but not as energetic or aggressive as he can be. Had his hands full in dealing with Thomas.
Looked closer to his old self after a disappointing performance against Tottenham. Got in between the lines to good effect and exhibited his familiar tight turn. The decisive pass or shot did not come, though.
Missed two good chances in the early stages and does not look as comfortable in an advanced role supporting Lukaku as he has done in a deeper central midfield position.
Used the ball smartly in midfield, often dictating Everton's probes as they got closer to the Palace box. Enjoyed less possession in the second half, however.
Tested Speroni with one low shot in the first half and does provide Everton with pace and width, but was not a consistent enough threat. Replaced by Deulofeu shortly after half-time.
Another difficult outing in which he fulfilled his duties as a target man but did not see much of goal himself. Well-marked by the Palace defenders and is probably better suited to a more counter-attacking style of play.
Hustled and harried in central midfield but was brought on as more of an attacking option than Dikgacoi, and he did not really get a chance to advance up the pitch.
Did not receive too much service after replacing Chamakh as Everton ended the game on top. One erratic header when defending a corner almost gifted Jagielka and Distin a goal.
Played closer to Lukaku after replacing Osman but did not make much of an impact. Palace collapsed deeper late on in order to try to preserve a draw and he could not find much space.
Had one or two bright moments, curling one long-range effort not far wide. Still looks more of a bench option rather than a player ready for a starting spot week in, week out.