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The match has reached full-time.
Corner taken short by Grant Leadbitter.
Jaime Peters leaves the field to be replaced by Tom Eastman.
Neil Danns grabs a headed goal from deep inside the penalty area. Crystal Palace 1-2 Ipswich.Assist on the goal came from Nathaniel Clyne.
Luke Hyam goes off and Shane O'Connor comes on.
Tamas Priskin replaces Jonathan Stead.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Tommy Smith on Wilfried Zaha. Owen Garvan takes the direct free kick.
(Crystal Palace) makes a substitution, with Alex Marrow coming on for Alan Lee.
Inswinging corner taken left-footed by Neil Danns from the right by-line, Julian Bennett produces a right-footed shot from inside the area that clears the bar.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andros Townsend on Julian Speroni. Andros Townsend is shown a red card for serious foul play. Jonathan Obika replaces Andy Dorman. Julian Speroni takes the free kick.
Shot by Andy Dorman from outside the box goes high over the crossbar.
Luke Hyam is shown a yellow card. The referee shows Owen Garvan a yellow card.
The offside flag is raised against Wilfried Zaha. Indirect free kick taken by Marton Fulop.
Carlos Edwards sends in a cross, Gareth McAuley produces a header from close range which goes wide of the left-hand upright.
Short corner taken by Andros Townsend from the right by-line.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andros Townsend on Patrick McCarthy. Julian Speroni takes the free kick.
Foul by Jaime Peters on Wilfried Zaha, free kick awarded. Julian Bennett takes the direct free kick.
The ball is swung over by Grant Leadbitter, Carlos Edwards grabs a goal from close range to the top right corner of the goal. Crystal Palace 0-2 Ipswich.The assist for the goal came from Grant Leadbitter.
Inswinging corner taken by Andy Dorman, Jonathan Stead manages to make a clearance.
Foul by David Norris on Owen Garvan, free kick awarded. The referee shows David Norris a yellow card. Free kick crossed left-footed by Julian Bennett from right wing, David Norris makes a clearance.
Adam Barrett replaces Kieron Cadogan.
Claude Davis gives away a Penalty for an unfair challenge on Jonathan Stead. The referee shows Claude Davis a red card for professional foul. Penalty taken right-footed by Grant Leadbitter and scored. Crystal Palace 0-1 Ipswich.
Nathaniel Clyne handles the ball and concedes a free kick. Darren O'Dea takes the direct free kick.
Jonathan Stead concedes a free kick for a foul on Claude Davis. Julian Speroni restarts play with the free kick.
The referee gets the second half started.
The ref blows to signal half-time.
Kieron Cadogan takes a shot from inside the box clearing the bar.
Andros Townsend challenges Wilfried Zaha unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Neil Danns.
Jonathan Stead delivers the ball.
Grant Leadbitter decides to take the corner short.
Foul by Kieron Cadogan on Darren O'Dea, free kick awarded. Marton Fulop takes the direct free kick.
Andros Townsend has an effort at goal from outside the box which goes wide right of the goal.
Wilfried Zaha fouled by Luke Hyam, the ref awards a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Patrick McCarthy.
Andy Dorman is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Marton Fulop takes the indirect free kick.
Corner taken by Andros Townsend played to the near post, clearance by Owen Garvan.
Andros Townsend fouled by Patrick McCarthy, the ref awards a free kick. The referee cautions Patrick McCarthy for unsporting behaviour. The free kick is delivered right-footed by Grant Leadbitter from left wing, clearance by Patrick McCarthy.
Gareth McAuley gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Alan Lee. Julian Bennett delivers the ball from the free kick left-footed from left wing.
The referee blows for offside against Carlos Edwards. Julian Speroni restarts play with the free kick.
Shot by Carlos Edwards from inside the six-yard box clear the bar.
Grant Leadbitter takes a inswinging corner from the left by-line to the near post, save by Julian Speroni.
Jonathan Stead takes a shot. Save by Julian Speroni.
Owen Garvan has an effort at goal from outside the penalty box missing to the wide right of the goal.
The match gets underway.
Danns set for Eagles start
Neil Danns is in line to return to the Crystal Palace starting XI for the visit of Ipswich.
The midfielder started on the bench during last weekend's defeat at Barnsley having missed the first two games of the season through suspension.
The Eagles have no new injury worries with winger Sean Scannell and defender Lee Hills (both knee) the only absentees.
Teenage midfielder Stuart O'Keefe could be on the bench after joining from League Two Southend on a free transfer earlier this week.
David Wright, Darren Ambrose, Alan Lee and Owen Garvan are all likely to feature against their former club, who were managed by Eagles boss George Burley for eight years.
Ipswich begin life without Jon Walters.
Former captain Walters was left out of the 1-1 draw with Burnley last weekend after his reaction to manager Roy Keane`s decision to strip him of the armband and has subsequently joined Stoke.
Defender Darren O`Dea could make his debut after joining on loan from Celtic while Tottenham winger Andros Townsend impressed on his bow last week and should keep his place.
Midfielder David Norris celebrated being named as new skipper by scoring his third goal in two games against the Clarets and he will continue to be partnered by teenager Luke Hyam. But Grant Leadbitter is a doubt after only lasting 45 minutes of that draw before coming off with an ankle injury.
Centre-half Gareth McAuley has recovered from a back injury but winger Carlos Edwards has a groin injury which will sideline him for several weeks. Mark Kennedy sustained a hamstring injury on his debut a fortnight ago and is not fit.
Former Tractor Boys David Wright and Owen Garvan should be in George Burley`s Palace side.
Tractor Boys raid the Palece
Ipswich spoiled Edgar Davids' day as goals from Grant Leadbitter and Carlos Edwards sank Crystal Palace 2-1.
Leadbitter tucked away his first goal since January from the penalty spot after Claude Davis was sent off.
Edwards, meanwhile, finished from close range as Roy Keane's visitors maintained their solid start to the npower Championship season.
Town also ended the game a man down after Tottenham loanee Andros Townsend saw red for a foul on goalkeeper Julian Speroni, before Neil Danns pulled one back in stoppage time for the hosts.
Davids, the 37-year-old Dutch legend who counts European giants AC Milan, Juventus and Ajax among his former clubs, was in the crowd at Selhurst Park after coming out of retirement to seal his surprise move to south London.
`Edgar the Eagle' was introduced to the Palace fans at half-time, and his debut will be all the more eagerly anticipated after the hosts fell apart in the second half.
There was a definite feelgood factor around the ground after the club finally came out of administration this week.
But it was Town who made the livelier start with Jon Stead forcing an early save from Julian Speroni before Edwards skied a shot.
Townsend drilled a long-range effort wide and Speroni was back in action when he tipped a looping cross from Stead against his own crossbar.
Palace youngster Kieron Cadogan fired high over the bar as the hosts briefly threatened, but the game turned three minutes after the interval when Stead burst into the penalty area.
Davis pulled the Ipswich striker back and was shown a straight red card by referee Jon Moss, while Leadbitter stepped up to coolly send Speroni the wrong way from the spot.
Palace boss George Burley was forced into a reshuffle with defender Adam Barrett replacing Cadogan.
But before they could settle Ipswich forced a second goal, Leadbitter swinging over an inviting cross which Edwards toe-poked into the net at the far post.
The visitors could have had a third goal in the 64th minute when Edwards crossed and Gareth McAuley put his header wide.
A flowing Palace move then ended with Andy Dorman shooting narrowly over, before referee Moss evened up the numbers.
The official had little choice but to send Townsend off after the Spurs youngster's high foot caught Speroni in the head, leaving the Palace goalkeeper in a heap.
The Eagles grabbed a deserved consolation but Danns' injury-time header from Nathaniel Clyne's cross came too late to spark a fightback.
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