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That's all from this one, where Palace have pipped Bournemouth. Thanks for joining us and, until next time, goodbye!
Palace have a favourable run of fixtures coming up, with their next six opponents all in the bottom half of the table as things stand. Basement side Watford are first up. Bournemouth's immediate tasks are a little trickier, facing leaders Liverpool then Chelsea.
A huge win for Palace! They are up to fifth thanks to Schlupp's goal, despite playing over 70 minutes with 10 men. Bournemouth struggled to create chances, and Schlupp - on for the injured Van Aanholt - blasted through Ramsdale. Ayew was perhaps the star turn, though, with a huge shift up front alone. It's four defeats in a row for the Cherries, who were very ordinary.
90' + 5' FULL-TIME: Crystal Palace 1-0 Bournemouth
90' + 5' That should be that! A throw-in is launched into the area and Mepham can only flick it behind for a goal-kick.
90' + 4' It's all getting a little nervy again. Zaha and Cook have a couple of goes at one another following a Palace free-kick. Zaha is ultimately offside, but Bournemouth have just seconds to get the ball down the other end.
90' + 3' Smith fouls Zaha and manages to injure himself, still sporting a cut on his knee from the Sakho challenge. The Bournemouth full-back is helped to the touchline. He is hobbling badly. It appears this match will finish 10-versus-10, as the Cherries have made all three changes.
90' + 1' There will be a minimum of four added minutes. Palace have everyone back, clinging on.
90' Zaha and Schlupp combine once more. Zaha backs his team-mate to outrun Francis down the line, and he does. But the hammered cross from the byline is blocked. The second blazes out of the area on the far side.
89' Great work from Schlupp and Zaha to drive Palace forward down the left. It comes to nothing but takes precious seconds off the clock as Francis is forced to hack out of play for a throw.
88' Slightly less convincing from Guaita as he pats down a left-wing corner, allowing Smith to head back into the middle. Mepham has his boot raised as he controls, though. Free-kick. Palace escape this time.
87' SAVE! Huge stop! Lerma goes for goal from 25 yards, and Guaita has to be alert to get down low to his right. Kelly brilliantly takes the rebound off Callum Wilson's toe, too.
J. McArthur
Yellow Card
85' YELLOW: McArthur tugs back Cook and goes into the book. There have been six yellow cards since the hour mark.
84' Bournemouth are sending in cross after cross, but neither Solanke nor Callum Wilson have really looked like scoring. Tomkins and Kouyate are coping well.
83' Is Schlupp's strike going to prove enough? It's the first time he has scored in consecutive Premier League appearances and is set to send Palace fifth.
L. Cook
P. Billing
82' SUB: Billing returned from suspension in place of Cook today but has endured a tough outing. He is replaced by the England midfielder.
81' Every Palace clearance is greeted with huge roars of approval! Solanke controls in the area but cannot find space for a shot, and Palace get the ball behind for a corner, which is then cleared by the brilliant Ayew.
80' McArthur has since tested Ramsdale, but Schlupp's effort was Palace's first on target today.
79' SAVE! It's all Palace now! McArthur lets fly with a curler from 25 yards, and Ramsdale gets up to turn the ball over the top. The Bournemouth goalkeeper has looked very shaky but does just enough.
P. Billing
Yellow Card
78' YELLOW: Ayew has led the line brilliantly and finally, finally Billing goes into the book for a trip on the striker. That battle has been ongoing for some time.
J. McArthur
Assist
76' McArthur gave the ball to Schlupp with a sideways pass on halfway, but there appeared nothing on. All credit for this goal has to go to the scorer.
J. Schlupp
Goal
76' GOAL!! Ten-man Palace lead 1-0! Incredible! Schlupp picks up the ball near the halfway line and races away from Solanke and then Billing. Mepham is not out quick enough and a low strike goes straight through Ramsdale. It's awful goalkeeping, but Selhurst Park is rocking!
76' Wonderful work from Ayew. A turn of pace sees him away from Francis once and then twice, before Mepham is required to cover with a big block after another shimmy.
75' HE HAS TO SHOOT! Solanke pounces on a Kouyate error, shrugs off the makeshift defender and is in on goal. But rather than shoot, he goes for the pass to strike partner Callum Wilson. Palace smuggle the ball back to Guaita. A real let-off.
74' Francis massively overhits a cross from the right, but Callum Wilson keeps the ball in play. Fraser then crosses and Guaita clumsily flaps. Francis drills in a low effort and it deflects behind. Guaita then collects the corner with ease.
J. McCarthy
Yellow Card
72' YELLOW: Another booking! McCarthy goes in on Smith. "You don't know what you're doing," the Palace fans chant at the officials.
L. Milivojević
Yellow Card
71' YELLOW: The game is starting to flow from end to end and Milivojevic is a little late, earning a booking. Like Lerma, he has seven this season.
70' HUGE APPEALS! Zaha has a wry smile on his face as he picks himself up. The Palace man dashes at Mepham and attempts to go past him inside the area. There is contact between the two, and the winger goes down. No penalty!
69' Superb from Zaha. He's starting to come into the game again - encouraged by chants of "He's just too good for you" - and creates a crossing opportunity with his close control. Unfortunately, nobody is waiting in the middle.
J. Lerma
Yellow Card
68' YELLOW: Lerma earns his seventh booking of the season as he halts Zaha's counter-attack. This one was fairly inevitable.
68' Fraser gets some joy and delivers, prompting a hurried clearance from Schlupp. That leads to a corner, but Bournemouth cannot profit. Palace clear and get Zaha on the run again.
66' There is momentary concern for Palace again as yet another defender goes down. Kelly is aided by a team-mate, though, and lifts himself. The hosts really cannot afford another injury at the back.
65' Smith has switched to the left for Bournemouth, with Francis on at right-back. Can that slight tweak lead change the Cherries' fortunes?
R. Fraser
A. Groeneveld
64' SUB: Danjuma started brightly but has waned badly. Fraser will relish the opportunity to run at Kelly.
S. Francis
Diego Rico
64' SUB: The first Bournemouth change sees Rico replaced by Francis. The left-back had been heavily involved without creating a great deal.
D. Solanke
Yellow Card
63' YELLOW: Huge cheers from around Selhurst Park as Solanke goes into the book for a hack at Zaha. The home fans are encouraging every run, every pass, every challenge, but those cheers might also be linked to the first-half red for Sakho.
62' Bournemouth are readying a couple of changes, as Harry Wilson is the latest man to carry the ball up to the edge of the Palace area to meet an immovable red and blue wall.
60' Zaha gets a rare opportunity to run at Ake, but his control lets him down. Ayew attempts to pounce on the loose ball, only to find a second recovering Bournemouth defender on hand to challenge effectively.
59' Rico drills a pass in to Callum Wilson, who takes his time and finds Lerma. A switch sees Solanke in space in the area, but his low cross is deflected away by Tomkins. Again, Bournemouth are stationed 25 yards from the Palace goal with little idea how to progress further.
56' Surely Fraser has to be an option for Bournemouth soon. They have had plenty of the ball - 60.8 per cent - but are failing to forge openings. The Scotland winger is a proven chance-creator.
54' CHANCE! It's a tough one for Ayew, but he is first to the ball from a left-wing corner. His header goes straight behind, though. It needed a more delicate touch to turn the ball goalwards, with the striker stationed beyond the near post.
53' Great work from Ayew, who holds the ball up in the left corner and then plays it behind off Billing. That prompts a big cheer from the Palace fans.
52' Another corner comes in from Rico, but Ake makes little of it and Palace can breathe again.
51' Bournemouth are really knocking on the door now. Rico wins a corner, which Lerma twice attempts to send goalwards. He settles for winning another corner on the right, as Schlupp comes out to meet the midfielder.
48' Harry Wilson appears keen to turn the screw at the start of this second half. After creating that big opportunity, he picks up the ball again when the consequent corner is cleared. A fine pass in behind reaches Ake, but the defender slides and prods the ball awkwardly out of play.
47' HUGE CHANCE! How do Bournemouth not lead? Brilliant from Harry Wilson, who beats Zaha and crosses low across the face of goal. Solanke cannot make contact and Kelly just beats Callum Wilson to the ball. Both Cherries strikers might have had a tap-in.
47' It looks like 10-man Palace have switched to a 4-3-2 formation, with Zaha up front alongside Ayew. Smith dealt with the winger fairly well in the first half.
46' KICK-OFF: We are back up and running through Bournemouth's Callum Wilson.
J. McCarthy
A. Townsend
46' SUB: An intriguing change for Palace at the break! The threat of Townsend is removed, as McCarthy comes on, presumably to fill the void left by Kouyate since his shift from midfield to defence.
Bournemouth have to play with more urgency after the restart. Palace will always boast a threat with the pace of Townsend and Zaha on the break, and it could get a little nervy for the visitors if they do not capitalise on their man advantage soon.
Chances have been scarce, meaning there will be mixed emotions in both dressing rooms at Selhurst Park. Palace have been down to 10 men since Sakho's rugged challenge on Smith, while Van Aanholt picked up an apparent hamstring injury. But Bournemouth have largely been kept at bay, with Guaita making just the two routine stops.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: Crystal Palace 0-0 Bournemouth
45' + 1' There are a minimum of two added minutes at the end of this half - largely, surely, due to Smith's knock in the Sakho challenge. Van Aanholt was also down for a short period.
44' This has been a rather tepid first half, which will suit Palace better than Bournemouth. The Cherries, a man up since Sakho's red, are struggling to create chances.
42' Still no card for Billing! He wipes out Ayew with a stray arm, but Taylor again gives only a free-kick. The Bournemouth midfielder then nods clear the cross.
40' Lovely ball over the top of Kelly from Lerma to Danjuma, who controls and volleys across the face of goal. It's a poor connection but almost wrongfoots Tomkins. The centre-back recovers well to hack clear in front of Solanke.
39' TAME! Billing should do better. It's another comfortable stop from Guaita, but after some belated nice play from Bournemouth, he should have been tested further. Solanke lays the ball back to Billing, who sidefoots straight at the goalkeeper from the edge of the area.
38' Another excellent Milivojevic centre somehow evades everyone, and Bournemouth have the chance to counter. Danjuma is a little slow to move the ball, though, and Palace get numbers back.
37' Ayew carries the ball forward smartly for Palace. Townsend crosses from the left and wins a corner. It's a good delivery from Milivojevic, but a Bournemouth defender just gets there to deny Kouyate and nod the ball behind for another set-piece.
35' Bournemouth are really struggling to penetrate Palace. They work the ball from right to left, but it's Townsend back there from Palace to block a rather tame attempted Danjuma cross. Then Solanke runs the ball out of play.
34' Sakho's red card marked the 19th time since the 2015-16 Premier League season that Bournemouth have seen an opponent dismissed. That's more than any other club.
33' Good work from Ramsdale and Ake to get a teasing free-kick clear. Townsend returns the ball and Tomkins gets up highest, but his knockdown runs through to Ramsdale.
32' Billing is perhaps fortunate to avoid a booking. He clatters Ayew and then, with the whistle blown, hacks the ball away. Just a free-kick.
31' The red card came amid a spell when Bournemouth were on top, but they have not quite built on that boost. Rico gets down the left and crosses, yet his delivery hits team-mate Danjuma and runs behind. Frustration for the visitors.
J. Schlupp
P. van Aanholt
29' SUB: Van Aanholt cannot continue. Schlupp, who scored at Burnley, comes on at left-back. Palace have lost two defenders now - one to a red card, another to injury.
29' Palace are playing with nine briefly, with Van Aanholt off the field, but the home side are suddenly on top for the first time in a little while. Townsend almost cuts out a backpass, and the crowd are getting behind Palace.
26' Oh dear, oh dear. Another defensive issue for Palace? Van Aanholt is down and needs treatment. The physio stretches out the left-back's leg, but he does not appear happy.
26' Brilliant from Kouyate! He excels in his new role, timing a tackle on Solanke to perfection to come away with the ball.
25' Kouyate looks to be playing at centre-back now. Palace were short of defensive options even before Sakho saw red. Riedewald is the only potential alternative on the bench.
24' SAVE! It's straight at Guaita! Danjuma wins a free-kick on the left, Rico delivers, and the ball finally drops for Mepham after a scramble. The VAR may have intervened, as he appears to control with his arm, but the finish should be better regardless. The Palace goalkeeper holds on.
22' There is a stoppage for Smith to receive treatment, having been caught on the knee. He is shaking his head as he picks himself up but, perhaps unsurprisingly, is jeered on his return to the field.
M. Sakho
Red Card
19' RED!! Sakho is off! A huge early blow for Palace. The defender, recalled today, lunges in high on Smith after a heavy touch, giving Taylor little option but to reach for the red card.
19' Zaha and McArthur each almost get in down the left, with Billing recovering well to halt the latter. Zaha lets fly from 20 yards but has little to aim at, with Bournemouth defenders advancing to block.
17' Still no real chances as of yet. There have been a couple of neat passages of play at either end, but the defences are on top at this stage.
16' As one might expect, Palace are keen to get Zaha running at Smith. A neat move between Milivojevic and McArthur gets the winger in, but the Bournemouth defender comes out on top this time.
15' A great ball from Billing sends Callum Wilson away up against Sakho again. He holds the ball up and tees up Lerma, but a low shot is easily blocked. The ball runs behind for a corner, yet Palace clear.
13' Callum Wilson gets involved in a couple of tussles on the right flank and is eventually called for a foul as he appears to get away from Sakho. The defender went down after attempting to shield the ball.
11' Billing clears a corner from the left, but Palace are keeping the pressure on. There are a few half-hearted appeals for a foul as Kouyate enters the area and stumbles. Referee Anthony Taylor is not interested.
10' Zaha cannot get his shot away! A superb deep cross from Townsend somehow arrives at the opposite winger's feet. He twists and turns but cannot work an angle. An exchange with Van Aanholt leads to another corner.
9' Dipping wide! Van Aanholt wins a corner as Palace also opt to go down the left, and the set-piece is only half-cleared. McArthur controls well and sends an ambitious effort just past the right-hand post.
7' The Cherries were involved in a thriller at Tottenham on Saturday, and goals might be on the menu again today. The sides' prior four Premier League meetings at Palace have seen both teams score on each occasion.
6' Even with Fraser on the bench, it appears Bournemouth will focus much of their attacking play down that left flank. Danjuma is causing early problems and sees two attempted centres deflected clear. Solanke was challenging in the middle.
5' Bournemouth attack for the first time down their left and Billing wins a corner. Rico's delivery is so poor, however. A low delivery is cut out at the near post.
3' Mepham fouls Ayew on the left corner of the Bournemouth area, giving Palace the opportunity to have an early shot on goal. Milivojevic's free-kick is extremely wayward, though, clearing the crossbar.
1' McArthur plays a cute pass in behind the Bournemouth defence for Townsend, but his attempt to cross on the turn is poor, sending the ball back outside the area. Bournemouth escape.
1' KICK-OFF: McArthur gets us under way for Palace!
Kick-off is fast approaching. Which of these sides can end the day in the top half of the table? Let's find out...
Palace have lost their past three league matches at Selhurst Park, but manager Roy Hodgson has never been beaten in four consecutive home Premier League games with a single club.
Bournemouth are without Steve Cook due to a wrist injury, meaning Chris Mepham steps in, but Smith is fit to return, while Harry Wilson is rewarded for two goals at Spurs with a start. Billing also comes in following suspension, as Stacey, Lewis Cook and Fraser drop to the bench. "Four changes, but I think we've got a good team," Eddie Howe told Amazon.
Palace make just one change as Scott Dann, substituted with an ankle injury at Burnley, makes way for Sakho, who starts for the first time since September.
Substitutes: Artur Boruc, Simon Francis, Dan Gosling, Lewis Cook, Jack Stacey, Ryan Fraser, Jack Simpson.
Bournemouth (4-4-2): Aaron Ramsdale; Adam Smith, Chris Mepham, Nathan Ake, Diego Rico; Harry Wilson, Philip Billing, Jefferson Lerma, Arnaut Danjuma; Dominic Solanke, Callum Wilson.
Substitutes: Wayne Hennessey, Jeffrey Schlupp, Christian Benteke, Connor Wickham, James McCarthy, Victor Camarasa, Jairo Riedewald.
Crystal Palace (4-5-1): Vicente Guaita; Martin Kelly, James Tomkins, Mamadou Sakho, Patrick van Aanholt; Andros Townsend, Cheikhou Kouyate, Luka Milivojevic, James McArthur, Wilfried Zaha; Jordan Ayew.
Palace upset in-form Burnley on Saturday, climbing to 11th with a 2-0 away win. They sit a place and two points above Bournemouth, who have lost their past three matches despite a spirited attempted fightback against Tottenham last time out.
Hello and welcome to our first live text commentary of this midweek round of Premier League fixtures, as Crystal Palace welcome Bournemouth to Selhurst Park.
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