The Development side's game away to Charlton Athletic was abandoned after half an hour with Palace leading 1-0.
Having kicked off during a downpour, the game was to last only 32 minutes before the referee took the decision to abandon the game as a result of the pitch becoming unplayable.
A bright start by the Eagles was marked by striker Freddie Ladapo, who smashed home an effort on six minutes after the Addicks failed to deal with a dangerous Jason Lokilo corner.
The number nine's strike was to be the game's only goal before the decision was reached to abandon the afternoon's play at Swallows Lane.
Charlton: Trialist; Cummings, Mascoll, Morgan, Bowry, Blumberg, Dijksteel, Michel-Yamfam, Umerah, Ahearne-Grant, Hanlan.
Subs: Yao, Maynard-Brewer, Sarpong-Wiredu, Anderson.
Palace: Henry; Wan-Bissaka, Woods, Brown; Robertson, McGregor, Flanagan, Lumeka; Lokilo, Coker; Ladapo.
Subs: Tupper, Lynch, Boateng, Daly, Hungbo.