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Crystal Palace v Stoke live stream and team news: Eagles look to build on impressive form in FA Cup fifth round – kick-off time, breaking news and how to follow


Crystal Palace will be looking to book their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals when they take on Stoke tonight.

The Eagles are having a stellar season under new manager Patrick Vieira and have lost just once in their last six matches.

Palace are dark horses for the FA Cup after an impressive season
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The south Londoners have never won the FA Cup but have reached the final twice – most recently a 2-1 loss to Manchester United in 2016.

Palace have also won their last two matches against Stoke, but these two teams have not played each other for three years after the latter’s relegation from the Premier League.

Stoke are currently 15th in the Championship and lost at Bournemouth on Saturday.

Crystal Palace v Stoke: Date and time

This FA Cup fifth round clash will take place on Tuesday, March 1.

The game at Selhurst Park will start at 7:30 p.m.

Palace beat Millwall and Hartlepool to reach the fifth round while Stoke defeated Leyton Orient and Wigan Athletic.


Crystal Palace v Stoke live stream and team news: Eagles look to build on impressive form in FA Cup fifth round – kick-off time, breaking news and how to follow
Vieira Palace are rewarded with big points to match their excellent performance
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Crystal Palace v Stoke: Live Stream & TV Channel

This FA Cup competition will be broadcast live on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.

Fans can stream this live through the app using their mobile devices, tablets or computers.

Updates will also be live on talkSPORT throughout the evening.

Crystal Palace v Stoke live stream and team news: Eagles look to build on impressive form in FA Cup fifth round – kick-off time, breaking news and how to follow
Gallagher was not just one of Palace’s best players, but one of the best in the league
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Crystal Palace v Stoke: Team news

The hosts are without Nathan Ferguson with a hamstring problem, while Joel Ward continues to struggle with a groin problem.

But Palace boss Vieira could be tempted to give minutes to several fringe stars, including Christian Benteke and Odsonne Edouard.

Stoke meanwhile has a number of injuries to contend with.

Potters boss Michael O’Neill will miss Abdallah Sima, Mario Vrancic and Harry Souttar through injury for the trip to London.


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