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C. Wilson
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Junior Stanislas came off the bench to rescue Bournemouth from the penalty spot, as they win once again at the Vitality Stadium on the back of a strong finish to this match, after Patrick van Aanholt had restored parity shortly after the restart, cancelling out David Brooks' early opener.
90' + 5' FULL-TIME: BOURNEMOUTH 2-1 CRYSTAL PALACE.
R. Fraser
Yellow Card
90' + 5' A late foul by Fraser affords Palace a final chance from a free-kick, but an overhit delivery runs behind and that should do it.
J. Tomkins
Yellow Card
90' + 3' And a third booking is shown, stemming from the incident, this one for Tomkins for his role.
J. Lerma
Yellow Card
90' + 3' Lerma, who started it all by being the first to lose his temper, also sees yellow.
C. Kouyaté
Yellow Card
90' + 3' Kouyate is booked for his initial role in the altercation.
90' + 2' Tempers boiling over! Bournemouth are milking the clock away in possession, seeing this out in a very professional manner. Lerma lashes out at Kouyate following a battle, however, in midfield, and Tomkins takes exception! He makes his opinion known, which leads to a large gathering of players pushing and shoving in the centre of the pitch.
90' There will be a minimum of four minutes added on at the end of this match.
89' It's all gone belly up for Palace! They did so well to battle their way back into the game early in the second half and were rewarded with an equaliser, but they've switched off again over the last 10 minutes and have it all to do again now - only there's precious little time for them to rescue it!
J. Stanislas
Penalty Goal
87' BOURNEMOUTH HAVE SURELY WON IT! 2-1! Hennessey has made two big saves in the last few minutes, but he can't keep out Stanislas' penalty as the forward chips a cheeky effort straight down the centre to restore the Cherries' lead!
M. Sakho
Yellow Card
86' PENALTY TO BOURNEMOUTH! Well the wheels have come off for Palace in the closing stages! Sakho flings an arm out to impede the run of Lerma, catching him dangerously with an elbow as a free-kick is being delivered, and the referee doesn't hesitate in pointing straight to the spot! Sakho sees yellow, as well.
85' ANOTHER MASSIVE SAVE! That's an excellent piece of goalkeeping from Hennessey, whose momentum was taking him to the right, but he still managed to dive back to his left to parry Gosling's bullet header on the end of a lovely cross from Wilson!
C. Kouyaté
M. Meyer
84' A final substitution for Palace sees Meyer's full debut come to an end, as he's replaced by Kouyate.
J. Stanislas
J. King
84' Stanislas is on to replace King up top for the final five minutes, as Bournemouth make their second change.
83' THAT WAS THE MOMENT!! Fraser pokes the ball through the legs of Van Aanholt before running clean through on goal. He rolls a pass across for Wilson who has the goal at his mercy, but the striker lacks composure and sees his rushed effort saved by the trailing leg of Hennessey!
A. Sørloth
J. Ayew
82' A second Palace change sees Sorloth replace Ayew up top for the final 10 minutes.
81' The team to open the scoring in the last four Premier League meetings between Bournemouth and Crystal Palace has gone on to win only once (D3).
79' Ouch! Ake is down and requires some treatment as his face crashes into the back of Ayew's head after winning a header in midfield. This is a lengthy stoppage, which makes you wonder if it's safe for him to continue. They do appear to be tending to his nose more than anything, but you can never be too cautious with head injuries.
J. Schlupp
J. McArthur
77' An injection of pace for Palace, as Hodgson makes his first substitution with Schlupp coming on to take the place of McArthur.
A. Townsend
Yellow Card
76' A cynical tug of an opponent's shirt off the ball from Townsend, to prevent him from getting in an advanced position, doesn't go unnoticed by the referee who shows him a yellow card.
74' It remains perfectly in the balance at the Vitality Stadium. Bournemouth are in control right now, with Palace struggling a bit to keep possession, though there's no doubt about the threat they pose on the break. It's a bit surprising to see Hodgson waiting to make any substitutions with his side looking like they could use a boost.
72' Crystal Palace are currently on 99 Premier League wins and could become the 22nd side to reach 100 in the competition.
70' Zaha hasn't really been able to stamp his influence on the match tonight. He's had a few small openings, but otherwise Bournemouth have dealt with him quite expertly. The winger has scored in all three of Palace's previous away matches this season.
68' Pressure building as the hosts have set up camp once again in attack. It's been an excellent reaction from them to conceding an equaliser, with Howe doing really well to help settle his side back down with the change and a couple of small tactical tweaks.
66' It's brilliantly poised at the Vitality Stadium, as we enter the last 25 minutes. Bournemouth have done well to settle back in following Palace's surge, and are spending a lot more time on the ball once again. Hodgson looks as though he might be ready to make a change soon. He's got a lot of attacking options to choose from, if he wishes.
64' It's beginning to liven up again as Bournemouth are hitting Palace back now, which has seen the tempo pick up in a big way. Ake ventures forward unnoticed from the back, getting between the two centre-backs as a cross is whipped in towards him, but he just judges it wrong and fails to make contact! He was WIDE open.
62' Since the start of last season only Chelsea's Marcos Alonso (8) has scored more goals than Van Aanholt (6) among Premier League defenders.
60' BIG MISS! Wilson's blushes are spared by the offside flag, but he really should be doing better there regardless. Francis' cross in from the right is met at the far post by King, who heads back across goal, but Wilson skies it!
D. Gosling
D. Brooks
58' Palace's sudden resurgence has prompted Howe to go to his bench for a tactical change, as Gosling comes on in midfield, replacing Brooks.
W. Zaha
Assist
55' Zaha provides the assist, as he picked out a nicely weighted ball there to send Van Aanholt in.
P. van Aanholt
Goal
55' PARITY RESTORED! IT'S 1-1! You could feel that one coming since the start of this second half, and Palace have their just reward! Van Aanholt makes a tidy run down the left and is slipped through by Zaha. He cuts inside onto his weaker right foot, but it didn't look weak at all there as he hammers a finish beyond the reach of Begovic and into the roof of the net!
54' Good pressure from Hodgson's side, as they work it around cleverly in attack, keeping Bournemouth hemmed back. A deflected cross comes to Meyer on the edge of the penalty area, but his first-time effort on the half-volley smacks off McArthur and rolls harmlessly behind for a goal kick.
52' Palace have started this second half much brighter, as they're the side asking all the questions now, forcing Bournemouth to retreat defensively. Possession is being dominated by the visitors, and suddenly there's a lot more noise coming from the away end.
50' McArthur appears to be playing much higher up early in this second half in support of Ayew, which is undoubtedly a tactical adjustment in place by Hodgson. It's forcing Bournemouth's central midfielders to drop a bit deeper, which has in turn allowed Meyer more space to operate in front of them.
48' Since Hodgson's first Premier League game in charge of Crystal Palace no side has won more games when trailing at half-time than the Eagles (3 - Bournemouth also 3).
46' Back underway in the second half! No changes have been made by either side at the interval.
Crystal Palace will likely consider themselves lucky to be just the one goal down at the interval, but they were able to generate a bit of momentum towards the end of the half, at least by slowing Bournemouth's threat, and will be hoping to convert that momentum into a few chances of their own following the restart.
David Brooks became the youngest player to score for Bournemouth in the Premier League as his early goal proves to be the only one in a very open first half, and it's provided the Cherries with a deserved lead through 45 minutes.
45' + 1' HALF-TIME: BOURNEMOUTH 1-0 CRYSTAL PALACE.
45' There will be just one minute added on at the end of this first half.
43' Hodgson will have to be frustrated with how this first half has played out. They've allowed themselves to get stretched out too much, and the gaps in the side, which are being exploited by Bournemouth, are also preventing them from looking fluid in possession, as the distance between Ayew and the midfield is proving to be too much.
41' Crystal Palace have lost just one of the 18 Premier League games in which Tomkins and Sakho have started together (W12 D5 L1).
39' The tempo has dropped off over the last five minutes, with Palace making a point of slowing things down when they win back possession. They're trying to suck the pace out of the match, as Bournemouth were enjoying the back and forth far too much, carving out chance after chance.
37' There's a bit of momentum building for Palace here. They're not exactly applying the pressure, but a good spell in possession has offered some necessary respite for them in defence.
35' Into the final 10 minutes of the first half and Palace will be happy to get out of it 1-0. They will be focused on not conceding a second before the break, where they can head down the tunnel and regroup. It's just not happening for them at the moment.
33' PALACE FORTUNATE THERE! A role reversal now as Van Aanholt fouls Brooks at the other end, this time conceding a free-kick in a threatening position. Steve Cook rises well at the far post to meet the ensuing delivery, but heads straight at Begovic! Either side of the keeper and it might be 2-0.
31' Bournemouth have never won a Premier League game on a Monday (D1 L4), with their last such game against Brighton in January being the only time they’ve scored in such a fixture (2-2).
D. Brooks
Yellow Card
29' Brooks sees his name in the book again, but it's not one to celebrate this time as he concedes a free-kick in a dangerous area for a late foul on Van Aanholt. The ensuing strike from Meyer is dealt with, however.
27' Bournemouth, despite committing men forward in possession, are so quick to get back and drop deep behind the ball when Palace win it, making it very difficult on the visitors. It's also easy for the hosts to send bodies up in support, because Zaha and Townsend are having to drop so deep to see the ball, that Ayew is the only real high threat.
25' Just a bit of momentum starting to build for Palace as they enjoy a decent spell in the final third, but Ake comes to the rescue in the end to prevent Begovic from being worked. Perhaps that's something for the visitors to build off, though?
23' Consistent pressure is being applied by the Cherries, as Palace have had to cope with attack after attack. The visitors have struggled in transition, often giving away possession cheaply inside their own half, which has helped Bournemouth camp out in attack.
21' At 21 years and 84 days, Brooks is the youngest player to score for Bournemouth in the Premier League.
19' Possession is still being dominated by the hosts, who are really doing well to assert themselves in the attacking half. There's a good pace to their play in possession, as they keep this Palace defence scrambling to keep them out. It looks as though the Cherries have some more goals in them, if Palace aren't able to steady the ship.
17' Van Aanholt puts in a vital challenge on the edge of the penalty area to snuff out a Bournemouth attack, before quickly starting his side forward. Zaha leads the charge and an eventual switch of play sees Townsend lift a cross into the area, but the hosts see it clear. There's an absolutely excellent tempo to this match right now.
15' It's all Bournemouth through the first quarter of an hour. They're showing all the intent and asking all the questions. Palace's desire just seems to be lacking a bit, or it's a case of Bournemouth wanting more right now. Either way, the visitors need to step it up to avoid falling further behind.
13' CLOSE! Meyer sends a shot straight at Begovic at one end, before Bournemouth respond instantly, pushing forward with urgency down the left flank. Ake joins the attack, with the hosts not reluctant in committing bodies forward, and he meets a cross in from the left, but glances his header just beyond the far post!
11' Bournemouth have lost just one of their last 13 Premier League games in which they’ve scored the first goal (W8 D4 L1), a 4-1 defeat against Spurs at the Vitality Stadium back in March.
9' Milivojevic takes, but his effort is off the wall and behind at the near post for a corner, which Bournemouth deal with accordingly. The hosts are able to get back in possession, and the supporters are bouncing up and down once again, urging their side forward in search of more goals.
7' That opening goal has this crowd even louder than they were at kick-off. It's deafening inside the Vitality Stadium, but it quiets down a bit for a moment here as a poor pass from Brooks deep in his own end is intercepted by Meyer, who is immediately tripped up on the edge of the penalty area by Lerma. Dangerous free-kick forthcoming for the visitors.
C. Wilson
Assist
5' Wilson is credited with the assist.
D. Brooks
Goal
5' BOURNEMOUTH OFF TO A FLIER! 1-0! What a moment for young Brooks, who has his first Premier League goal! Wilson is picked out inside the area and lays it off for Brooks, who opens up to bend a splendid first-time effort off the underside of the bar and into the top corner! What a start for the hosts!
3' Good intent shown by the hosts from the off. They're keen to push forward as the opportunity presents itself, and it nearly results in an opener as Brooks is slipped through down the right before rolling an inviting delivery across the face of goal for King, but the striker just can't get there! It almost looks as though he was jogging, otherwise he might well have scored...
1' AND THEY'RE OFF! Bournemouth in red and black as they get the match underway, with Palace in all white.
Roy Hodgson has handed Meyer his first Premier League start, as he replaces Kouyate in midfield. It's the lone change made from last weekend's draw with Newcastle, as Benteke and Jairo Riedewald continue to suffer from injuries.
Howe makes just two changes to the Cherries from their 4-0 defeat at Burnley last weekend, though he's adopted a switch in formation as they move to a 3-4-3. Francis and Lewis Cook come into the side to accommodate the change, replacing Surman and Diego Rico, who is suffering from a minor hamstring problem.
SUBS: Jeffrey Schlupp, Vicente Guaita, Jason Puncheon, Joel Ward, Martin Kelly, Alexander Sorloth, Cheikhou Kouyate.
CRYSTAL PALACE (4-3-3): Wayne Hennessey; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, James Tomkins, Mamadou Sakho, Patrick van Aanholt; Max Meyer, Luka Milivojevic, James McArthur; Andros Townsend, Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew.
SUBS: Junior Stanislas, Diego Rico, Jermain Defoe, Dan Gosling, Andrew Surman, Artur Boruc, Lys Mousset.
BOURNEMOUTH (3-4-3): Asmir Begovic; Simon Francis, Steve Cook, Nathan Ake; Ryan Fraser, Jefferson Lerma, Lewis Cook, Adam Smith; Joshua King, David Brooks, Callum Wilson.
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The same cannot be said about Palace at the moment, who have had an improbably hard time finding the back of the net. Christian Benteke’s injury is lingering and they have become too reliant on Wilfried Zaha, who has three of their four league goals through six matches.
Crystal Palace won away to West Brom in the EFL Cup on Tuesday, but this presents a much tougher test for them tonight on the south coast, against a Bournemouth side who are capable of scoring goals in bunches on home turf.
Eddie Howe has insisted the club get back to the basics and returning home to the friendly confines of the Vitality Stadium should greatly help with that approach – they’re unbeaten here this season, and the backing of these boisterous supporters should help produce a positive reaction.
A strong start to the season for Bournemouth was halted a week ago as they suffered their joint-biggest defeat in the top flight, a 4-0 drubbing at Burnley, leaving them with just one victory in their last four in the league.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of this Monday night Premier League match as Bournemouth welcome Crystal Palace to the Vitality Stadium!