Crystal Palace v Swansea Live Stream : Stalemate on cards as both sides toast season

Crystal Palace need to win this game to finish the season in the upper half of the table.

A win at Selhurst Park on Sunday can push Alan Pardew’s side in the top ten if Everton and West Ham United fail to win their final games of the season.


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It has been a remarkable work by Alan Pardew who left Newcastle United to become the manager of Crystal Palace, and not how guided his new side to safety, which was very much in danger prior to his arrival at the club.

Crystal Palace are currently 12th in the league with 45 points on the table and they face an in form side in Swansea.

The Swans have enjoyed a remarkable season under Gary Monk, who was a front runner for the Manger of the Year award, where he eventually lost out to Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho.

Swansea’s defeat at the hands of Manchester City last week ended their all hopes of qualifying for the Europa League, but a win here can guarantee them eight spot in the table, which would be a record for the Welsh side.

The visitors have 56 points from 37 games, a remarkable feat for a club like Swansea.

Alan Pardew has a fully fit squad to select from giving him selection headache for the game against Swansea.

Swans will be without their Korean midfielder, Ki Sung-yueng, who recently had minor knee surgery.

Gary Monk can use this game as an opportunity to give some fringe players a chance to show their worth to the club and why they should stay beyond the season.

In the last seven games between the two clubs, Crystal Palace has only managed to score two goals and have never scored more than one goal in a game against the Swans, something Alan Pardew would be hoping to avoid this time around.