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Palace, still smarting from the controversy of Saturday's defeat at Bristol City when Freddie Sears' goal was disallowed despite the ball clearly crossing the line, will again be without summer signing Stern John.

The Trinidad & Tobago striker suffered a nasty elbow injury barely half an hour into his debut on the opening day of the season and is some way from a return.

The unlucky Sears, who is still looking for his first goal since joining on loan from West Ham, will again be partnered by Alan Lee in attack.

Midfielder Darren Ambrose's shoulder problem will be checked over although he is expected to be fit.

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