Date/time: 1/9/2018, 15:00 (UK), 10:00 ET, 07:00 PT (USA)
Venue: Selhurst Park, South London, UK
Official: Martin Atkinson
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Streaming: None (UK), NBC Sports (LINK) (USA)
Radio: BBC Radio (UK)
Southampton need to start picking up some form, having only accrued a point from their opening three matches.
Saints’ Danish midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg could be set to return, having served his suspension when missing the League Cup clash against Brighton.
Meanwhile, Southampton striker Danny Ings faces a late fitness test after training all week with a bad blister.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson could welcome back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who served his one-match suspension midweek. James Tomkins and Pape Souare are also back in contention after overcoming their respective injuries.
Stats Zone (via BBC Sport):
- Crystal Palace have triumphed in three of the last six Premier League meetings, having failed to win any of the first 12.
- The Eagles could secure consecutive top-flight victories in this fixture for the first time since 1991.
- However, Southampton have won four of their last six away league games against Palace, losing two.
- The Eagles have suffered successive league defeats - having previously been unbeaten in seven top-flight fixtures (W5, D2).
- They lost all four Premier League fixtures in September last year, by an aggregate score of 11-0.
- Palace’s shooting accuracy of 53% is a league-high. They have been on target with 16 of their 30 goal attempts.
- Wilfried Zaha has scored seven times in his last nine league matches.
- Southampton have lost 24 points from leading positions since the start of last season. Only West Brom (26) have fared worse.
- Mark Hughes has won just two of his 11 Premier League games as Southampton manager, drawing three and losing six.
- Saints have registered three victories in 28 attempts in the Premier League (D12, L13).
- They have won only 13 points in 18 away Premier League matches (W2, D7, L9).
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