Live coverage of Crystal Palace v Aston Villa’s trip in the Premier League at Villa Park, including the predicted team, confirmed injury news such as seen on TV and streamed and all match action

Hello and welcome to FootballLondons live coverage of Aston Villa versus Crystal Palace in the Premier League

Roy Hodgson’s side played after a 7-0 draw with Liverpool last time out of the game and are hoping to regain some pride and points with a win at Villa Park

We bring you our predicted team, the latest injury news, and details on how to watch the game on TV and via stream

A gruesome second half from Palace that had the opportunity to face 10 men but collapsed – the second game in a row in which they were poorly defended

Three minutes later, when Douglas Luiz comes on for Villa, Jacob Ramsey takes his place

Good job, bottom right, Batshuayi holds it in the middle for Riedewald, he puts it down for Eze, but a low shot is right at Martinez

Townsend for Schlupp Villa looks dangerous again on the counter, but cannot forge an opening

One more villa counter and it’s game over. No pressure on the ball as Watkins returns it to El Ghazi to shoot into the top corner

There is a whipping and Watkins heads against the bar Guaita cannot prevent the follow-up from crossing the line and it is given through goal-line technology

Palace has an opportunity to get the ball into the box, but Eze’s free kick is torn from the sky by Martinez under slight pressure

Palace works well on the bottom left, Van Aanholt’s setback falls on Schlupp, but the midfielder slips to the right as he tries to pull the trigger

Not quite the increase in pace or intensity that Palace brought early in the second half at West Brom when the Baggies were shown a red card in the first half

Schlupp and Ward join forces at the bottom right. Zaha gets the ball and advances into the area, but cannot stay on his feet when he is robbed of the ball

Jordan Ayew, Michy Batshuayi and James McCarthy all sent in to warm up at the beginning of the second half

A bad start for Palace, but they have everything to offer in the second half against the 10 men from Villa

Palace works fine and Eze turns around in the box and gets a shot away, but there is little power and it’s easy for Martinez

Bertrand Traore – Villa’s outstanding player this half – is eliminated, Ezri Konsa in the central defender

Palace whips the ball in. It’s to the edge of the box and Milivojevic has an effort, but it is distracted and well saved by Martinez diving over to the left

Clever by Zaha Since Mings was booked into the incident shortly before, the Palace striker takes on a challenge with the central defender, sets it down, collects the ball and whips it past him before it falls into a duel / p>

The Palace player responds and receives a booking – maybe a bit of luck, but there is no VAR check and the game continues

El Ghazi turns left and takes a low shot at the near post, but he’s pretty far

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