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Foul by Glenn Murray on Mark O'Brien, free kick awarded. Direct free kick taken by Frank Fielding.
Jeff Hendrick gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Mile Jedinak. Julian Speroni takes the direct free kick.
Paul Green takes a shot. Julian Speroni makes a save.
Tamas Priskin goes off and Mark O'Brien comes on.
Gareth Roberts fouled by Wilfried Zaha, the ref awards a free kick. Wilfried Zaha is shown a yellow card. Direct free kick taken by Jason Shackell.
Shot from just outside the box by Glenn Murray goes over the target.
Corner taken by Darren Ambrose played to the near post.
The ball is crossed by Wilfried Zaha, blocked by Gareth Roberts.
Antonio Pedroza replaces Calvin Andrew.
Jeff Hendrick takes a shot. Mile Jedinak gets a block in. Short corner taken by Jamie Ward.
Jamie Ward delivers the ball, clearance by Patrick McCarthy.
Tamas Priskin takes a shot. Peter Ramage gets a block in.
Shot by Jeff Hendrick from outside the box goes over the target.
Callum Ball takes a shot. Patrick McCarthy gets a block in.
Paul Green sends in a cross. Patrick McCarthy puts the ball into his own net. Crystal Palace 1-1 Derby.The assist for the goal came from Paul Green.
Jamie Ward gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Peter Ramage. Patrick McCarthy takes the direct free kick.
Shot by Glenn Murray from deep inside the penalty area misses to the right of the goal.
Paul Green produces a cross, Headed effort from inside the area by Tamas Priskin misses to the right of the goal.
Wilfried Zaha comes on in place of Chris Martin.
James Bailey goes off and Callum Ball comes on.
Glenn Murray sends in a cross.
Shaun Barker challenges Glenn Murray unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick crossed by Darren Ambrose, Tamas Priskin manages to make a clearance.
Centre by Jamie Ward, Tamas Priskin takes a shot. Comfortable save by Julian Speroni.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Chris Martin by Jeff Hendrick. Darren Ambrose crosses the ball from the free kick right-footed from left wing.
Ben Davies leaves the field to be replaced by Mason Bennett.
Darren Ambrose takes the outswinging corner, Jeff Hendrick makes a clearance.
The ball is sent over by Darren Ambrose.
Gareth Roberts crosses the ball, Tamas Priskin has a headed effort at goal from close in which goes wide left of the goal.
Ben Davies takes the outswinging corner, Peter Ramage makes a clearance.
Ben Davies takes the outswinging corner, clearance made by Patrick McCarthy.
Ben Davies produces a cross, clearance made by Dekel Keinan.
Corner taken right-footed by Ben Davies, Calvin Andrew manages to make a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Ben Davies, clearance made by Calvin Andrew.
A cross is delivered by James Bailey, Peter Ramage manages to make a clearance.
Foul by Calvin Andrew on Paul Green, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by James Bailey.
The referee blows for offside. Julian Speroni restarts play with the free kick.
Darren Ambrose takes a inswinging corner from the left by-line to the near post, Glenn Murray takes a shot. Comfortable save by Frank Fielding.
Corner taken by Ben Davies, clearance made by Mile Jedinak. Shot from just outside the box by James Bailey goes over the bar.
Pass corner from left by-line taken by Ben Davies to short.
Jamie Ward takes a shot. Patrick McCarthy gets a block in. Shot from just outside the box by Ben Davies misses to the right of the target.
Craig Bryson sends in a cross.
A cross is delivered by Jamie Ward. Craig Bryson takes a shot. Patrick McCarthy gets a block in.
Jamie Ward takes a shot. Peter Ramage gets a block in.
Gareth Roberts challenges Darren Ambrose unfairly and gives away a free kick. The referee shows Gareth Roberts a yellow card. Patrick McCarthy takes the direct free kick.
Darren Ambrose takes a shot. Save made by Frank Fielding.
Darren Ambrose takes a shot. Comfortable save by Frank Fielding.
Calvin Andrew delivers the ball, clearance by Jason Shackell.
Foul by Ben Davies on Peter Ramage, free kick awarded. The free kick is delivered right-footed by Darren Ambrose from right wing, clearance by Shaun Barker.
Foul by Mile Jedinak on Craig Bryson, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Craig Bryson. Shot from long distance by Jamie Ward goes wide of the left-hand upright.
Paul Green produces a cross, clearance by Dekel Keinan.
Ben Davies takes a shot. Peter Ramage gets a block in. Jamie Ward takes a shot. Blocked by Darren Ambrose.
Centre by Peter Ramage.
Ben Davies sends in a cross, save made by Julian Speroni.
Chris Martin takes a shot. Blocked by Shaun Barker.
Corner taken right-footed by Darren Ambrose, Frank Fielding makes a save.
Jeff Hendrick has an effort at goal from just outside the area which goes wide of the left-hand post.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Shaun Barker by Glenn Murray. Frank Fielding restarts play with the free kick.
Calvin Andrew gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Paul Green. Paul Green takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Shaun Barker on Glenn Murray. Direct free kick taken by Owen Garvan.
Jonathan Parr concedes a free kick for a foul on Ben Davies. Ben Davies delivers the ball from the free kick right-footed from right wing.
Shaun Barker concedes a free kick for a foul on Glenn Murray. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Darren Ambrose.
Mile Jedinak concedes a free kick for a foul on Jamie Ward. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Ben Davies, comfortable save by Julian Speroni.
Chris Martin finds the net with a goal from just outside the penalty box to the bottom right corner of the goal. Crystal Palace 1-0 Derby.The assist for the goal came from Peter Ramage.
Jonathan Parr delivers the ball.
Unfair challenge on Mile Jedinak by Jamie Ward results in a free kick. Patrick McCarthy takes the direct free kick.
The official flags Tamas Priskin offside. Indirect free kick taken by Mile Jedinak.
The ball is swung over by Jamie Ward, Patrick McCarthy manages to make a clearance. Ben Davies takes a outswinging corner to the near post, clearance made by Peter Ramage.
The ball is sent over by Jamie Ward, clearance by Patrick McCarthy.
Glenn Murray takes a shot. Save by Frank Fielding.
Injury concerns for Palace
Crystal Palace could be counting the cost of their Carling Cup heroics when they face Derby in the league on Friday night.
Boss Dougie Freedman lost full-back Dean Moxey (knee) and winger Sean Scannell (thigh) to injuries picked up during the first half of the shock 2-1 win at Manchester United, while young wideman Wilfried Zaha was limping at the end of a gruelling 120 minutes.
Freedman will utilise his squad with the likes of Mile Jedinak, Jonathan Parr, Owen Garvan and Chris Martin all in the frame to return.
Julian Speroni reclaims his place in goal and Old Trafford scorers Darren Ambrose and Glenn Murray, who were both substitutes, could start.
Jonathan Willians (broken leg), Alex Marrow (ankle) and Lee Hills (knee) are long-term absentees.
Manager Nigel Clough could name an unchanged Derby side.
Clough saw his team slip to a fifth successive npower Championship defeat at home to Brighton but he was pleased with the performance against the Seagulls.
Clough made one change on Tuesday night. It was an enforced one with John Brayford, who has only recently returned from a five-week absence due to a torn thigh muscle, left out after complaining of discomfort in the same thigh following the defeat at West Ham.
Jeff Hendrick was recalled in midfield with Paul Green, himself having only just made his comeback from seven months out with a knee injury, filling Brayford`s right-back berth.
Brayford is unlikely to be risked in south London on Friday night.
Unlucky McCarthy denies Palace
An own-goal from Paddy McCarthy denied Crystal Palace an npower Championship win to go with their Carling Cup heroics as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Derby at Selhurst Park.
The Eagles skipper was the only survivor from the side which started Wednesday night's famous victory over Manchester United.
Barely 48 hours later Palace, without a win in their previous five league outings, were leading courtesy of Chris Martin's first-half strike.
But luckless defender McCarthy turned in a cross from Paul Green in the second half to send Derby home with a point.
It meant the Rams avoided a sixth straight defeat - which would have equalled their worst run since they crashed out of the Premier League four seasons ago.
Despite overhauling his side, Palace boss Dougie Freedman did put goalscoring heroes Darren Ambrose and Glenn Murray, substitutes in Manchester, in the starting line-up.
The dynamic duo could have put Palace ahead after a minute when Ambrose, whose 35-yard thunderbolt stunned Old Trafford, ignored the predictable cries of 'shoot' to tee up Murray, but the striker's drive was well kept out by Frank Fielding.
Owen Garvan was sent crashing to the floor by Gareth Roberts as he went for the loose ball but referee Andy D'Urso waved away Palace's muted penalty appeals.
Nevertheless, the hosts continued to press and got their reward after a quarter of an hour.
Peter Ramage robbed Jamie Ward and squared the ball to Martin, whose 20-yard shot spun off Shaun Barker to leave Fielding wrong-footed.
They may have stolen the headlines for their cup exploits but it was Palace's first goal in the league in precisely 500 minutes.
Ambrose did try his luck from 20 yards as half-time approached but Fielding saved low down.
Derby put in a dismal first-half performance and a long-range effort from Jeff Hendrick, which flew well wide, was the sum total of their contribution.
However, they almost drew level just after the interval when McCarthy had to clear Jason Shackell's goalbound header and Craig Bryson's follow-up hit Mile Jedinak.
Tamas Priskin also should have done better when he met a cross from Roberts but his tame header went wide.
The equaliser finally arrived in the 75th minute, with McCarthy's horrible mistake proving costly.
The Irishman clearly lost his bearings as Green's cross curled into the area and in sticking out a foot to clear, succeeded only in diverting the ball past Julian Speroni and into his own net.
It could have been worse for Palace but Speroni saved well from Green in stoppage time.
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