Crystal Palace host Burnley in a game between two sides making unlikely moves to claim a European place.
After a positive Premier League restart for the Eagles, Liverpool dished out a heavy defeat last time out.
It’s an experience Burnley, too, have felt since returning to action, when Manchester City hit them for four last week, though Sean Dyche’s side were able to bounce back impressively by edging out Watford in their last game.
So Roy Hodgson will hope to replicate the Clarets by inspiring a positive reaction here at Selhurst Park.
Here is how you can watch the game live tonight.
When is it and what time is kick-off?
The match will begin at 8pm on Monday 29 June at Selhurst Park.
How can I watch it online and on TV?
The match will be shown live on Amazon Prime with coverage beginning from 7:30pm.
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Wilfried Zaha is nursing a knock but could still start after receiving treatment over the weekend, while the Eagles will check on Vicente Guaita and Christian Benteke. James Tomkins, Martin Kelly and Jeffrey Schlupp are all likely to miss out once more.
Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are all set to miss out here, while Robbie Brady could return after missing the win over Watford with a groin injury. Jay Rodriguez came off against the Hornets with an ankle problem but should be fit enough to start.
Crystal Palace XI: Guaita; Ward, Cahill, Dann, Van Aanholt; Milivojevic, McArthur, Kouyate; Townsend, Ayew, Zaha
Burnley XI: Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Brownhill, Westwood, Cork, McNeil; Rodriguez, Vydra
What are the odds?
Crystal Palace: 13/10
With eighth up for grabs here, both teams should see it as a wonderful opportunity to boost their hopes of claiming an unlikely European spot with safety assured for another season. Roy Hodgson’s side must bounce back after being handed a heavy beating by the champions and we’ll back them to emerge victorious here and pull level with Spurs in seventh, provided Zaha is passed fit. 2-1.
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