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U23s v Coventry City match details

20 October 2018

Crystal Palace Under-23’s take on Coventry City at Selhurst Park today at 1300 BST (Monday 22nd October).

Tickets are available to all fans, with no membership or season ticket necessary for purchase.  Tickets can be bought at the Box Office before kick-off for £3 for adults, and £1 for juniors and concessions.

Richard Shaw’s side will be looking to build on their victory against a strong Bristol City lineup this time last week. Coventry won on the same day 4-1 against Colchester United but currently sit four points behind Palace, who have a game in hand.

Victory today could take the Eagles up to third and secure a three-game unbeaten run. Shaw has fielded a strong side that also includes defender Pape Souaré.

The Under-23’s last run-out at Selhurst Park came in an impressive 4-0 victory over Barnsley, with goals coming from Lewis Bryon and Kian Flanagan, who produced a well-earned hat-trick.

The side have started this season strongly and have enjoyed two wins and two draws from their past five games, a run of form they’ll be looking to capitalise on.

The game will also be streamed live on Palace TV on the club's official app and on desktop at

Fans wishing to watch the game are encouraged to go through the following steps to ensure swift and stable access to the stream.

To watch the stream, you must first register in advance for a free Palace account

Once you've done that - or if you're already registered, click here to watch on desktop or simply click Palace TV on the club's official app. 

If you intend to view the stream on the official Palace app, download it for free here (iOS or Android). For existing app users, please ensure you are running the very latest version of the app (check in the App Store / Google Play store).

Then, simply tap ‘Palace TV’ on the bottom menu, log-in or register when prompted, then click ‘Live’. When the stream is live, press the grey box to begin the stream. It is recommended that you have a stable internet connection and that you are not switching between WiFi and 3G/4G.

If your live stream does not load, please try restarting the app. If that fails and you still cannot get the stream to load, please go to More > Settings > Link accounts > then unlink Palace TV, then link it back. You will have to log-in again from the Palace TV section, but this is a known bug fix.

If it continues to fail, please email Support from within the app, and view the stream on mobile internet/desktop at

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