Butterfield set for striking role

Danny Butterfield could once again be thrust into attack when Crystal Palace host Wolves in their FA Cup replay on Tuesday night.

Last Updated: 01/02/10 at 17:12

Butterfield: Emergency striker

Butterfield: Emergency striker

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The right-back played alongside Alan Lee in attack and put in a fine performance during Saturday's 2-0 win over Peterborough.

Boss Neil Warnock will be forced into at least one change as left-back Lee Hills is cup-tied.

Austrian international Johnny Ertl missed out at the weekend with a hamstring injury and will return to the back four if he is fit, otherwise veteran Matt Lawrence could step in.

Defender Claude Davis (neck) and winger Sean Scannell (hamstring) recovered from injuries to face Posh and should be involved again.

Centre-half Paddy McCarthy remains a long-term absentee following last year's shoulder operation.

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