Everton vs Crystal Palace: How to watch, TV channel, live stream info, kick-off time
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The biggest game in Everton’s season, and perhaps their biggest for some years, takes place tonight with the visit of Crystal Palace.
A win will seal the Toffees’ Premier League status for another season ahead of a daunting final-day trip to Arsenal, with a draw still leaving them at the mercy of a turnaround by Leeds and Burnley.
Everton looked set to get the job done at home to Brentford on the weekend but two red cards left them in the mire over the course of a disheartening 3-2 defeat.
Palace go into the game comfortably in mid-table but still seeking a top-half finish following their draw at Aston Villa last time out.
Everton fluffed their lines on Sunday, but Thursday's visit of Crystal Palace offers a second chance at securing the win the Toffees need to guarantee a 68th consecutive season of top-flight football. Palace may only have pride at stake, but Patrick Vieira will be determined to finish an impressive first season in the dugout with some momentum. Make sure you know how to watch an Everton vs Crystal Palace live stream wherever you are.
Crystal Palace head to Goodison Park on Thursday night to face Everton in one of the biggest games of their season.
The Toffees are still in contention for relegation with two games remaining and know a win over Palace would see them to safety. A draw or an Eagles victory however would take it to the final day where Frank Lampard’s side face a daunting trip to Arsenal, leaving them potentially dependent on the results of both Leeds and Burnley.
Patrick Vieira and Crystal Palace go into the game comfortably in mid-table but still seeking a top-half finish following their 1-1 draw at Villa Park last time out. The Eagles can still end the season with a number of records too. A best-ever points total in a 38-game season (49) is still attainable with two wins from their final two games while four more goals would equal their best return in a Premier League campaign.
This will be the third time Palace have played Everton this season having already triumphed over them twice at Selhurst Park. Conor Gallagher screwed twice in a 3-1 victory in the league in December before, in the FA Cup quarter-finals in March, Palace breezed to Wembley with a 4-0 hammering.
Below, football.london has all the details you need to know ahead of Everton vs Crystal Palace.
When and where?
Thursday, May 19 at Goodison Park.
Everton duo Branthwaite and Rondon will serve suspensions this week owing to their red cards against Brentford, so Lampard will be desperate to have Michael Keane back in the fold to cover for the former.
Nathan Patterson, Andros Townsend, Fabian Delph and Yerry Mina remain confined to the infirmary, but the duo of Donny van de Beek and Ben Godfrey could force themselves back into contention for their side's final home game.
Andre Gomes was given the nod in midfield alongside Abdoulaye Doucoure last time out, but Allan and Tom Davies will both have their eyes on starting roles in midweek.
Meanwhile, Palace will be forced to cope without starlet Michael Olise for the remainder of the season owing to his recent knock - joining Nathan Ferguson on the long-term absentee list after his recent setback.
James McArthur's calf strain may not let up until the final-day meeting with Manchester United, while James Tomkins is also out, and Vieira has no reason to take unnecessary risks over his players' fitness at this stage.
Schlupp is certainly pushing for a return to the first XI after coming up with the goods at Villa Park, which could see Eberechi Eze drop back down to the bench.
Cheikhou Kouyate will also be spoken to by the club after appearing to show support for Idrissa Gueye's refusal to play for Paris Saint-Germain while they were sporting LGBTQ+ rainbow colours, but there is nothing to suggest that the Senegal international will not be involved here.