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C. Benteke
J. Mateta
Diego Llorente
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J. Ward
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D. James
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J. Andersen
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52% 47%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 7 2
Total Passes 432 392
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Leeds stay in 16th, and that point means they're now five points clear of Everton in the relegation zone. They're unbeaten in five going into a tough run of fixtures, starting with Manchester City on Saturday. Palace end their losing run but stay in 14th. Next up for them is a trip to Southampton.
The points are shared after a goalless draw between Crystal Palace and Leeds United. The hosts dominated the game, creating some great chances, but they just couldn't find a way through their opponents. In the second half, Gallagher came close when he rifled an effort just wide of the top corner from the edge of the box before Meslier pulled off a brilliant double save to deny Zaha at his near post.
90' + 2' Palace are still pushing for a late winner and Schlupp picks Zaha out in space on the left of the box. His shot takes a deflection off Ayling, and it loops just wide of the far top corner.
90' There are big shouts for a penalty from Palace again, this time for a handball against Cooper. It bounced up when Gallagher tried to take it past him, but the referee waves the claims away.
88' Schlupp switches it out to Clyne on the right and he cushions it down for Gallagher. It's slightly behind him, but he manages to dig out a shot which he hits straight at Meslier.
86' Leeds are being penned back deeper and deeper in their own half and Ward has space to run into. He has Schlupp ahead of him but knocks it straight out of play to big groans from the fans.
C. Benteke
J. Mateta
84' The last change for Palace sees Benteke brought on in place of Mateta.
83' Leeds just can't keep hold of the ball at the moment and Palace keep upping the pressure. Clyne fizzes a great throughball down the left for Olise, but a heavy touch takes it away from him before he can put in a cross.
81' DOUBLE SAVE! Schlupp knocks it out to Zaha on the left of the box and he drills a low shot towards the near post which Meslier keeps out with his foot. Zaha gets a second bite at it from a tighter angle, but the keeper stretches to kick that one away as well.
J. Schlupp
E. Eze
79' Palace's second change sees Schlupp coming on to replace Eze.
78' CLOSE! Eze whips in the resulting free-kick, but it's glanced away by Raphinha. Gallagher lets it bounce on the edge of the box before rifling a shot towards the far top corner, and it's just over the bar.
Diego Llorente
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77' Llorente has two attempts at pulling Zaha back and picks up a booking for the challenge.
76' CHANCE! Koch has his pocket picked by Gallagher and Palace win a corner from the quick break. It's pulled back to Ward, who decides to have a go from range, and his curling shot is just wide of the far post.
J. Gelhardt
74' Final roll of the dice for Leeds now, as Rodrigo makes way for Gelhardt.
72' Eze squares it to Zaha on the edge of the box and he helps it onto Olise. He can't find space for a shot, so feeds in Gallagher, but his low effort is blocked by Andersen.
70' Llorente slides in to try and stop Gallagher's run and he goes to ground in the box, with big shouts for a penalty from the fans. The referee points for a corner, and VAR agrees with his decision after a quick check.
68' SAVE! Olise's cross is over everyone, but Zaha picks it up at the far post. He cuts inside to get away from Koch but then drills his shot straight at Meslier.
M. Olise
J. Ayew
67' Palace are making their first change now, and it's Ayew that's going off for Olise.
66' Again, Zaha brushes Ayling aside as he knocks it past him and he fizzes a great cross into the near post this time. Mateta hits his shot first time, but he fires it high into the stands from close range.
65' It's getting crowded in midfield, but that means the space opens up for Zaha when McArthur wins it back. He drives down the left, but then takes a heavy touch on one of his stepovers and it's another wasted attack for Palace.
63' It's well worked down the left by Palace again and Eze slides it through to Zaha. It's another poor cross from him, with Llorente blocking it, and the frustration is starting to show for the hosts.
61' Ayling overruns the ball and catches Gallagher with his follow-through when he clears it. Nothing is given and Gallagher hops back to his feet quickly, only to take out Cooper, and the home fans really aren't happy with the referee as he gives a free-kick for that.
S. Greenwood
D. James
59' Second change for Leeds now, and it's James that is going off, with Greenwood on for him.
58' Harrison's cross is overhit and Guaita chases it out of his box so he can make the clearance. He gives it straight to Raphinha though, but luckily for the keeper, he can't pick out a team-mate with his looping cross.
56' Koch sloppily gifts the ball to Gallagher and he shrugs off Cooper before sliding it through to Mateta. He takes a heavy first touch though and Llorente clears his lines.
54' Leeds just can't clear their lines and Zaha spins past Phillips with a lovely bit of skill. The shot lets him down though as he blazes high and wide from the edge of the box.
53' Since their return to the Premier League in 2013-14, Palace have failed to score in the first half of 225 games, more than any other side (Everton next on 113).
J. Ward
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50' The yellow card is also shown to Ward due to his angry reaction to James after the tackle.
D. James
Yellow Card
50' James crashes into Ward and the defender isn't happy with that tackle. It is a poor challenge from James and he's booked.
48' Leeds have made a bright start to the second half. Raphinha saw an early shot blocked before Harrison swung in the resulting corner. The Brazilian flicked that on, but his header looped onto the roof of the net.
46' Leeds get us back underway for the second half!
R. Koch
M. Klich
46' Leeds are making a change at the break. Klich is taken off, with Koch on to replace him.
Both managers looked frustrated on the touchline, though Vieira will be the slightly happier of the two. Palace have looked a threat going forward, but need to take their chances if they want to end their losing run. Leeds have struggled to get a foothold in this game, and Marsch looked like he was already thinking about making some changes to switch things up.
It's goalless at the break between Palace and Leeds. There hasn't been too much in it between the sides so far, though Palace have had the better of the chances. With just four minutes on the clock, Mateta was played through on goal but he chipped his effort over Meslier and wide. Zaha and Mateta also saw headers saved. Leeds haven't created too much, with Harrison and Dallas both having shots blocked.
J. Andersen
Yellow Card
45' Rodrigo was trying to bring the ball under control when Andersen slid in, taking out the Spaniard. It's a late tackle and he's shown the first yellow card of the game.
43' Vieira still can't believe that last Palace attack was stopped and the referee calls him over for a word. Even after play resumes, the Palace manager protests to the fourth official as the boos ring out from the home fans towards the referee.
42' Zaha pushes Raphinha aside before playing it forward for Mateta, and the referee waits a long time to pull it back. Zaha and the Palace fans are furious, but he put his hand to the Brazilian's face to get away from him.
40' Leeds just can't keep hold of the ball at the moment and McArthur sets Palace on the counter. It's switched out to the left again, but Zaha can't find a way past Ayling this time.
38' Mateta does brilliantly to hold off three Leeds defenders before switching it out to Zaha. He's toppled over again, but the referee plays the advantage as Eze swings a cross in. Mateta's flick-on hits Llorente.
36' It's clever play from Raphinha, who knocks it past Eze before squaring it inside. James drops back for it, but Harrison takes it off his boot. He takes a heavy touch though and Palace have it back.
34' Zaha is brought down again, and Eze lifts another good cross in from the left. Mateta rises highest to flick it towards the goal, but it's straight down the middle at Meslier.
32' Eze whips a free-kick in from the left, but it's cleared by Llorente. Gallagher recycles it, looping in a deep cross which is nodded down by Mateta, but Guehi swipes at his volley, completely missing the ball.
30' It's another sloppy pass from Leeds, with Dallas gifting it to Zaha this time. He tries to lay it off to Eze, but Cooper slides in with an important, well-timed tackle to block his run.
28' Raphinha goes long with a throw-in and Cooper flicks it on at the near post. It bounces nicely for Dallas, who hits the shot on the half-volley. Guehi makes a block, which causes the players to collide, but they don't need treatment.
26' Harrison does brilliantly down the left, weaving his way past three Palace defenders to get space for a cross. He hits it against McArthur, and there are half-hearted shouts for a penalty, but his arm was tight to his side when he made the block.
24' It's a loose flick on by Rodrigo and he scrambles back as Zaha latches onto it. He tries to slide in Mateta with an early throughball, but it's overhit straight to Meslier.
22' Ayling hooks the ball away from his own box and it ends up being a good pass to James. He holds it up well before laying it off to Harrison, but his curling shot is blocked by Guehi.
20' Rodrigo hits his clearance straight at Zaha on the edge of the box, and he tries to take it past Ayling with some clever footwork. He ends up fouling the defender though, and Leeds have a free-kick.
18' It's better from Leeds now and they're working it nicely down the left. Dallas plays it inside to Rodrigo, who spins before sliding a throughball into the box. There's no one there for the visitors though and it harmlessly rolls out.
16' GREAT CHANCE! Palace move it quickly again, with Gallagher going long to Ayew down the right. He whips another good cross into the box and Meslier misses it. Llorente is behind him and the ball hits the defender before bouncing wide off Mateta's shin.
14' There's a mix-up between Rodrigo and Phillips and Ayew comes away with it. Leeds flood bodies back into their own half though, and Palace can't take advantage of the mistake.
12' CHANCE! Palace work it well down their right, with Ayew sliding it forward for Clyne, who swings a first-time cross into the middle. Zaha rises highest but gets caught under it, and his header loops into Meslier's gloves.
10' Leeds have won their last two league games against Palace, though both were at Elland Road. They're looking to complete their first league double over the Eagles since 1994-95, while they've never won three consecutively against them before.
8' Clyne tries to go long for Mateta again, and the forward gets in behind Dallas again. There's too much on the pass though, and Meslier comes out to collect it.
6' Palace are patiently trying to work it out from the back and Guehi almost gets caught on the ball by James. He hooks it away, putting Zaha under pressure from Rodrigo in the process, but the hosts play themselves out of trouble.
4' CHANCE! It's a wonderful long ball forward from Clyne and Mateta is sprinting onto it. He gets there ahead of Llorente and chips it over the outrushing Meslier. It was always heading wide, but Llorente gets across to hook it to safety.
2' Neither team has really been able to keep hold of the ball so far, but Leeds are bundling it forward for an attack. Raphinha touches it through to James, but he trips over the ball and it rolls back to Guaita.
1' Gallagher gets the game underway for Palace!
The teams are out on the pitch now, with kick-off just moments away!
Palace beat Arsenal 3-0 in their last home league game, ending a run of five without a victory at Selhurst Park (D2 L3). The Eagles haven't won consecutive league matches at home since March 2020.
Just the one change from Jesse Marsch to the team that beat Watford last time out. Phillips comes in to replace Koch, who starts on the bench. Firpo is also among the substitutes after recovering from a knee injury.
Patrick Vieira makes five changes to the side that lost to Newcastle United on Wednesday, bringing in Ward, McArthur, Eze, Ayew and Mateta. Schlupp, Kouyate, Edouard and Olise, who is fit again after going off with an ankle issue in that game, drop to the bench. Tyrick Mitchell isn't included in the squad.
LEEDS UNITED SUBS: Junior Firpo, Noham Kenneh, Lewis Bate, Kristoffer Klaesson, Robin Koch, Pascal Struijk, Sam Greenwood, Charlie Cresswell, Joe Gelhardt.
LEEDS UNITED STARTING XI (4-2-3-1): Illan Meslier; Luke Ayling, Diego Llorente, Liam Cooper, Stuart Dallas; Mateusz Klich, Kalvin Phillips; Raphinha, Rodrigo, Jack Harrison; Daniel James.
CRYSTAL PALACE SUBS: Jeffrey Schlupp, Cheikhou Kouyate, Martin Kelly, Will Hughes, Odsonne Edouard, Michael Olise, Jack Butland, James Tomkins.
CRYSTAL PALACE STARTING XI (4-2-3-1): Vicente Guaita; Joel Ward, Joachim Andersen, Marc Guehi, Nathaniel Clyne; James McArthur, Conor Gallagher; Eberechi Eze, Jordan Ayew, Wilfried Zaha; Jean-Philippe Mateta.
Leeds are looking to move even further clear of the drop zone with a win today, and they come into this game in good form. They're unbeaten in their last four in all competitions (W3 D1), coming out on top in both of their away matches. They haven't been in action for two weeks though when they beat Watford 3-0. As for Palace, they've lost their last three outings in all competitions, following their FA Cup semi-final defeat with a loss to Newcastle United in midweek. They were unbeaten in seven games before that (W5 D2).
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