Full time whistle is finally blown after a lengthy spell of extra time. The game finishes one a piece. Palace will be disappointed they didn't grab all three points, while Brighton will be relieved that they will be travelling home with a point
- 2nd Half
- Mac Allister90'
- LallanaMac Allister78'
- 1st Half
- Zaha (P)19'
Crystal Palace - Brighton & Hove Albion
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The game is still evenly poised here as both sides go looking for winner
- Red cardLewis DunkBrighton & Hove Albion
And it's a red card for Lewis Dunk. His two footed challenge on Gary Cahill leaves Stuart Attwell no choice but to show a straight red
- GoalAlexis Mac AllisterBrighton & Hove Albion
Goal! Brighton finally find their equaliser through Alexis Mac Allister. Neal Maupay looks to find Aaron Connolly, but ends up at the feet of Alexis Mac Allister, who's first time shot goes into the bottom corner past Vincente Guaita
Chance! Brighton free kick delivered by Solly March into a dangerous area. Vicente Guaita doesn't hold on it initially and scrambles to collect it
- OffJeffrey SchluppCrystal Palace
- OnChristian BentekeCrystal Palace
Christian Benteke comes on to bring some aerial presence to the Palace attacking line
Booking for James McArthur, he clips Adam Webster's ankle
It's looking like the same old story for Brighton here, they have played well, dominated possession, had the better chances, yet they can't find the back of the net
- OffMichy BatshuayiCrystal Palace
- OnLuka MilivojevicCrystal Palace
Luka Milivojevic makes his way on to the pitch
- OffDan BurnBrighton & Hove Albion
- OnPascal GroßBrighton & Hove Albion
Change for Brighton as Pascal Gros comes on
Brighton are calling for a penalty after a challenge on Solly March, but VAR review it decide against it
The free kick is sent in by Alexis Mac Allister, but Cheikhou Kouyate clears it
- OffLeandro TrossardBrighton & Hove Albion
- OnAaron ConnollyBrighton & Hove Albion
Aaron Connolly comes on
- OffAdam LallanaBrighton & Hove Albion
- OnAlexis Mac AllisterBrighton & Hove Albion
Changes being made before the free kick. Leandro Trossard and Adam Lallana coming off and being replaced by Alexis Mac Allister
Brighton win a free kick on the edge of the Palace box. Leandro Trossard is brought down
- Yellow cardVicente GuaitaCrystal Palace
Vicente Guaita is booked for time wasting from a goal kick
Rare chance from a corner for Palace. Andros Townsend delivers the ball into the box, but it's cleared away by Dan Burn
Chance! Solly March sends in a corner, it's pushed out on to the edge of the box and Yves Bissouma meets it with a volley, but he sends it over the bar
Leandro Trossard's free kick is sent into the box, Lewis Dunk gets on the end of it, but his header goes well wide
Flash point in the game. Tariq lamptey and Tyrick Mitchell come together. They are pulled a part and Brighton are awarded a free kick
Adam Lallana proving why he's starting with neat foot work in the Palace half
- Yellow cardTyrick MitchellCrystal Palace
Leandro Trossard is pulled back while on the break by Tyrick Mitchell and the Palace player is booked
Palace looking much better in this second have. Jeffrey Schlupp looks a constant threat on the counter attack
Chance! Neal Maupay really should have done better there. He's slipped in on goal but over plays it, giving the Palace defence chance to get back and block the shot. It could easily be 1-1
Chance for Neal Maupay inside the box. The Frenchman receives a low cross to feet and makes a yard of space. But he's unable to generate enough power to beat the keeper
Tariq Lamptey and Vicente Guaita collide early on. But both players get back on their feet
Stuart Attwell blows his whistle and it's half time. Brighton have been the better side, but it's the home side that go into the break one goal up. Wilfred Zaha's penalty separating the two teams
One minute of added time here at Selhurst Park
- Yellow cardYves BissoumaBrighton & Hove Albion
Booking for Yves Bissouma and he brings down Jeffrey Schlupp on the break
Free kick down the right for Brighton. Solly March effort is swept in but it's too flat and ball is cleared away
Palaces' real first spell of possession comes to an end as a long ball to Wilfred Zaha is deemed to have gone out for a throw in
Brighton still looking the more likely to score as the game approaches half time. Graham Potter will be scratching his head as to how his side are one down
Despite being a goal down Brighton have stuck to their game plan and passing the ball around nicely, probing the Palace back line and looking for gaps
A clumsy tackle from James McArthur into the back of Adam Lallana
Free kick for Palace on the left flank after Wilfred Zaha is fouled. The resulting free kick is delivered by Andros Townsend into a dangerous area, but no one can get on the end of it
The second half is under way
An effort from Neal Maupay, he sends his effort goalwards, but it's simple save for Vicente Guaita
Brighton will really feel like they have been sucker punched here, after a really bright start they have found themselves a goal down
A brilliant run from Jeffrey Schlupp, but he's sent rolling after a series of tackles. But no free kick is given
- Yellow cardMathew RyanBrighton & Hove Albion
Yellow card for Mathew Ryan
- Goal by penaltyWilfried ZahaCrystal Palace
Goal! Wilfred Zaha steps up and slots the ball past Mathew Ryan.
Penalty! From the first cross into the box from Townsend, Lamptey is clumsy and brings his man down inside the box
Palace still searching to get a foothold in the game, they just can't seem to retain possession. Brighton doing a excellent job of closing them down early
Yves Bissouma shot is wide of the post from the resulting corner. Brighton are really growing into the match
Chance! nice work down the left flank for Brighton Solly March swings in a low cross, Tariq Lamptey receives it but his shot is blocked and Palace clear their lines
Brighton in their yellow shirts making a positive start to the game with plenty of possession
Early effort from Adam Lallana with a shot from the edge of the box, but his effort floats wide
Brighton kick off with Stuart Attwell blowing the whistle to get the game started
Kick off is less than five minutes away but who will come out on top?
Graham Potter explains his starting 11 choices, with both Dan Burn and Adam Lallana coming into the side.
"Dan Burn is back in the side because he's been pushing hard in training and he gives us a presence in both boxes.
"Adam Lallana has good experience and quality which will be important today."
Brighton have lost just one of their five top-flight away games against Crystal Palace winning two and drawing two. Losing 3-2 in their first visit in the Premier League back in April 2018
Crystal Palace are looking to secure consecutive league victories against Brighton for the first time since September 2011, following their 1-0 victory at the Amex Stadium in February last season
Transfer news ahead of the kick off. Danny Welbeck has made the move from Watford to Brighton
But equally Palace have Neal Maupay to contend with. The Frenchman has been directly involved in six goals in his last five Premier League games with four goals and two assists
Brighton will be all too aware of the attacking threat that Zaha brings. He has scored more goals against them in all competitions than he has any other opponent bagging six in total
Both sides looking for a result today having both lost their last two fixtures in the Premier League
And here's the Brighton's line up. The impressive Tariq Lamptey deemed fit enough to start
Here's the Palace starting 11. Michy Batshuayi leads the line with Wilfred Zaha
Palace go into the game sitting in 12th position, while the Brighton are down in 15th after claiming just one win despite a string of very good performances in a tough set of fixtures
Hello and welcome to this Sunday afternoon Premier League clash between Crystal Palace and Brighton and Hove Albion at Selhurst Park. Team news to follow, kick-off is an hour away away