The Eagles make their penultimate away trip of this season this Tuesday evening as the take on relegation and liquidation threatened Portsmouth at Fratton Park having managed only one win in the last 10 games.
KG has been ruled out for the rest of the season after picking up a thigh injury in the weekend's 1-1 draw against Ipswich, which to some people may be a blessing in disguise.
The South African international joins Mile Jedinak (groin), Joniesta (hamstring) and Anthony Gardner (ankle and knee), who themselves will be watching on from the stands for the remainder.
Defender Tal Ben Haim will miss out with a calf problem and former Arsenal man Nwankwo Kanu (back) will likely miss out.
Similar system, but slightly different line-up as we see Paul McShane returning from injury - meaning we once again have two fit first team centre-backs!
This also means Jonathan Parr can start on the bench and have a little rest after playing 1,001 games so far this season - with the defence lining up Clyne, McCarthy, McShane and Moxey in front of Jules between the sticks.
Though perhaps slightly more light-weight than we're used to, we could see O'Keefe and Garvan start together in the middle. This could give us a little more dynamism and passing nous with Jedniak and KG sidelined and Wright struggling to get a look in.
The front four, if Easter and Murray are going to sit out again, will most likely consist of Zaha, Martin, de Silva and Scannell - with Joniesta also sidelined - which means we'll have plenty of speed and raw talent on display, but perhaps not quite the calm, mature head needed to close out the game.
This could be quite effective, as it looked at times against Ipswich, if the ball is playing wide and along the ground - but as we're all aware Scannell up front is a good thing, he's certainly no target man for balls played high and long.
What team would you pick? (Click on the formation to the right to see out line-up in full)
With twitter all abuzz yesterday after Victor Moses, the last successful exciting winger to graduate from the Palace academy, had a storming game against Arsenal to keep Wigan's hopes of survival well and truly alive Zaha finds himself with some big shoes to fill.
Whilst he doesn't have the pure power and speed of his predecessor he does have tricks-a-plenty and a point now to prove. C'mon Wilf!
Midfielder Norris is Pompey's leading goal-scorer this season with 8 to his name.
We've not had the best of runs recently and will do will to stop the number 19 adding to his tally.
If you look at our recent form it's incredibly hard to predict anything other than a draw at best. With so much on the line for Pompey and such a lack of bite from the Palace squad of late, I can't see anything else but a home win this evening. Prove me wrong boys!
Portsmouth 2-1 Palace
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