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Palace head into the first of three London derbies in the space of their next four games, looking to improve on a record of seven wins in their previous 29 capital clashes in the Premier League era.
Arsenal have a good record against Palace in recent years, having won seven and lost none of their last 10 games against the Eagles, and are unbeaten in their last 11 trips to Selhurst Park.
However their recent form on the road is troubling for Gunners fans, having won just three of their last six, and they have dropped the second most points away from home this campaign - 10 in total.
In fact they've only come from behind once to win this season - but that was at the Eagles' expense on the opening day of the season as Aaron Ramsey netted a last minute winner against Keith Millen's Eagles.
Crystal Palace: Alan Pardew is hopeful that Mile Jedinak and James McArthur could return to play some part in tomorrow's game
As well as being injured Yaya Sanogo is ineligible to play against his former club, whereas Shola Ameobi and Lee Chung-yong are approaching full fitness.
Arsenal: There will be no repeat of a late winner for Ramsey who is out with a hamstring injury, and he joins Mike Arteta (ankle) and Mathieu Debuchy (shoulder) in the treatment room.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is back after a groin problem and Calum Chambers and Mathieu Flamini could also come back into contention, although Arsene Wenger may decide to rest some of his players with a Champions League clash against Monaco on the horizon.
Referee: M Clattenberg
Assistants: S Beck and I Hussin
Fourth Official: A Madley
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LAST MEETING AT SELHURST PARK
26th October 2013
Crystal Palace 0-2 Arsenal
Arsenal beat managerless Crystal Palace to stay top of the Premier League, despite having Mikel Arteta sent off.
Arteta scored a penalty after Adlene Guedioura's foul on Serge Gnabry before his 65th minute dismissal for a professional foul on Marouane Chamakh.
Palace came close to a leveller but Joel Ward's shot hit the crossbar and Wojciech Szczesny brilliantly saved a Mile Jedinak volley.
Olivier Giroud secured Arsenal's win when he headed in late on.
Watch highlights here on Palace Player.
There are now only a limited number of tickets available for this game.
The Holmesdale Road and Whitehorse Lane Stand are now sold out and in both the Main and Arthur Wait Stand we now have only a small number of seats remaining.
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Crystal Palace to win: 15/4
Arsenal to win: 3/4
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