Unbeaten in their last four games, Leeds travel to Selhurst with an outside chance of a play-off spot as Neil Warnock's men sit in 10th place, six points away from the top six with 11 games to go.
The Whites have been poor on their travels this season and have notched just three wins on the road this season, coming in August at Peterborough, September at Bristol City and the last coming at Huddersfield on 1st December.
However they were only denied a fourth thanks to an injury time goal for Leicester on Tuesday night at Leeds held the Foxes to a 1-1 draw, but are finding goals hard to come across since top scorer Luciano Becchio joined Norwich City in January.
Crystal Palace: Jazz Richards is 50/50 to play some part in tomorrow's game having suffered a toe injury against Derby, and Joel Ward and Danny Gabbidon are back in training as they aim to gain match fitness. Paddy McCarthy, Owen Garvan and Alex Nimely are still out.
Leeds United: With an almost fully-fit squad to select from, Warnock could select the same side for the fifth game in a row. Leigh Bromby and Davide Somma are the only players on the sidelines after Adam Drury returned to training this week.
Referee: Dean Whitestone
Assistants: Gavin Muge and Geoffrey Russell
Fourth Official : Adrian Gillett
HEAD TO HEAD RECORD: (home and away)
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Category A prices apply for this game and this match is ALL TICKET for away supporters. Tickets will only be sold on the day of the game to bona fide home supporters from the main box office only. Supporters are strongly advised to book in advance.
Season ticket holders in Blocks V and W in the Arthur Wait Stand are asked to re-locate their seat for this game to another available seat of your choice in the stadium (other than the Directors’ Box).
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Due to platform extension works taking place at Selhurst, the station will be closed for our match against Leeds United.
We therefore remind supporters that the nearest stations to Selhurst Park Stadium to use are Norwood Junction and Thornton Heath.
A bus service will run for part of the journey due to the closed stations.
In addition there are road closures and roadworks in operation around the stadium so please take this into account when planning your journey to the match and please allow extra travelling time.
Clifton Road is closed entering from Holmesdale Road end of the ground and there are roadworks in Whitehorse Lane and Holmesdale Road.
Dean Moxey is the main interview in this edition of the Palace Programme as he talks about his return to the starting line-up, how his career has developed from his non-league days and the change in tactics under Ian Holloway. Having netted another three goals, Kevin Phillips talks about milestones and breaking records and there's all the usual content for the bargain price of £3.
Palace to win: 19/20
Leeds to win: 10/3
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