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Venue Selhurst Park
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There is a vague possibility Crystal Palace could effectively be safe come kick-off on Sunday lunchtime but, more probably, they will remain on edge and this will be an excruciatingly tense occasion. Hull’s predicament – chasing Swansea with a notably inferior goal difference to boot – means they simply have to win. Their away record is the worst in the division, but Palace are the most obliging at home with 11 defeats to date. A 12th would thrust them to the brink of the Championship given a final day trip to Old Trafford. Nerves will be frayed. Dominic Fifield
For Hull City the task is a simple one, beat Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park today and the club will have a hope of staying up on the last day of the season.
Swansea City’ result yesterday did nothing to ease the nerves of Tigers fans. Fernando Llorente and Kyle Naughton got the goals to see off Sunderland as the Black Cats failed to put in the same performance as last week. Typical.
It means anything other then three points will seal City’s fate. A defeat will definitely relegate Marco Silva’s men and given Swansea’s superior goal difference a draw will all-but do it too.
Subs from Mandanda, Speroni, Fryers, Dann, Ledley, Flamini, Delaney, Lee, Schlupp, Kaikai, Sako, Campbell, Rémy, J Benteke
Doubtful Cabaye (calf), Dann (match fitness), Tomkins (ankle), Townsend (achilles), Ward (nose)
Injured Sakho (knee, 21 May), Wickham (knee, August), Souaré (leg, unknown)
Subs from Marshall, Davies, Dawson, Huddlestone, Maloney, Mbokani, Diomandé, Tymon, Henriksen, Bowen, Lenihan, Luer, Olley, Evandro
Doubtful Elabdellaoui (back)
Injured Keane (knee), Markovic (ankle), Mason (skull), Meyler (knee), Odubajo (knee, all unknown)