No new concerns for Eagles boss

Neil Warnock has no new injury worries to contend with for Crystal Palace's Championship trip to his former club Sheffield United on Saturday.

Last Updated: 11/12/09 at 12:22

Warnock: Heading back to his former club

Warnock: Heading back to his former club

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Centre-half Paddy McCarthy is the only absentee after undergoing a shoulder operation last week which will keep him on the sidelines for around three months.

Warnock reshuffled his back four at Reading in midweek, with Clint Hill reverting to centre-half on his 100th appearance for the club and youngster Nathanial Clyne recalled at full-back.

The Eagles boss could stick with that line-up after Clyne was on target in an impressive 4-2 win.

Teenage striker Victor Moses, who Warnock expects to leave in January, scored twice and will keep his place.

Young defender Lee Hills could make the bench after serving a three-match ban for a red card while on loan at Oldham.

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