Last Updated: 16/04/14 11:32pm
FULL TIME. That's it, Palace win to surely be safe and dent Everton's Champions League hopes. Thanks for your views tonight, stay with us for reaction.
Everton come again and Baines wins a throw in five yards out on the left off Ward. He takes to Stone in the box but he heads wide under pressure at the near post.
Everton win a free-kick near the halfway line. They take short and Baines floats into the box but Palace clear.
Barkley chips the ball to Mirallas and, with the goal gaping, he misses his kick and Speroni gratefully collects the ball.
Bolasie takes an age to take the corner but eventually does and Everton win a throw in near their box on the right. Puncheon is booked for dissent.
Coleman crosses into the box but it is over hit. Baines retrieves the ball on the far side and wins a throw in near the touchline. Everton take and keep possession but McCarthy's pass is cleared.
GOAL - MIRALLAS!!!! Mirallas gives Everton hope again!!! Barkley makes a great pass to cut through the Palace defence, Mirallas latches onto it, flicks the ball past Speroni and slots home from close range!! Game on!!!
Everton take the free-kick quickly and feed the ball to Barkley who crosses from the right to Baines in the box whose shot is blocked before the ball goes out for a goal kick.
Baines takes the corner and wins another on the right. Mirallas puts it into the box but Palace partially clear before Everton win a free-kick 25 yards out in the centre.
Baines takes the second corner but Murray partially heads away. Everton feed the ball to Barkley who tries an effort from eight yards on the right but Speroni gets his right leg out to push the ball out for another corner on the left.
Baines puts the corner into the box but Murray heads away at the near post. Baines then wins another corner on the left.
McCarthy crosses the left across the face of goal but it misses everyone and goes out for a throw in.
GOAL - JEROME!!! Jerome slots down with a great strike to surely win it for Palace. Puncheon cuts across the box from the right before feeding the ball to Jerome. He takes one touch before slotting home from 16 yards low into the bottom corner!!
Everton take the corner and win a throw in 15 yards out on the right. They take and McCarthy floats the ball into the box from the right but it is too close to Speroni who gathers.
Osman shoots from 16 yards on the left and Speroni tips it onto the bar and out for a corner on the left.
Parr is finally on for Mariappa and Palace are back to 11 men - it would have been controversial if Everton had scored when Palace were ten men.
Everton press and Mirallas shoots just over from close range on the right off a great cross from Baines.
Baines catches Mariappa going for a header. Mariappa needs treatment on the pitch and Baines is harshly booked - it was a 50/50 ball and he was entitled to go for it.
Speroni is down injured after catching Naismith for the goal and is getting treatment on the pitch. He is okay to continue.
GOAL - NAISMITH!!!! Everton have some hope!! Mirallas crosses twice from the right. Baines heads back across goal and Naismith taps in from close range!! Game on!!!!
Everton keep good possession before Barkley tries an effort from 22 yards in the centre but Jedinak blocks and Palace clear.
Bolasie takes the corner but this time it is over hit and Jedinak can not keep it in on the far side.
Coleman presses down the right flank and wins a throw in off Bolasie ten yards out. Everton take but Chamakh clears.
McGeady tries a low screamer from 25 yards on the left but it flashes just past Speroni's left post.
GOAL - DANN!!!! Bolasie takes the corner and Dann rises the best in the box and heads home from close range - down and into the net!! That could be curtains for Everton!! Wow!!
Ward wins a throw in near the left byline. He takes and Palace keep good possession before Ledley tries an effort from eight yards but Howard dives to his right and pushes it out for a corner on the left.
MORE VIEWS - Bryn says: "With Both Manchesters still to play, do Evertons Champions League aspirations die without a win tonight?" James says: "Disappointing, should bring Naismith on I think, changes games for us when we've played worse, best option for me" Martinez has read your mind James!
McGeady tries to float the ball from the left into Lukaku in the box but Mariappa shepherds the ball back to his keeper.
Mr K O'Brien says: "I think such a big hype and expectation for this match. Looking like a disappointing draw for me. Really need the win." You will have to work hard just to get the draw but you never know if you can get the first goal after the break....
Sky Bet now go 7/4 for an Everton win, 15/8 for the draw and 3/2 for a Palace victory. what are your views / predictions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post up the best when I get back with my brew!
HALF TIME. Palace go in a goal in front. They have defended well and looked threatening on the break. Can Everton get back into this? Stay with us to find out!
Everton take the corner and it runs through to McGeady on the left. He floats the ball back into the centre and it is just over the bar into the roof of the net.
Baines floats the free-kick in but it is headed away before McGeady then crosses from the left but Delaney heads away.
Mirallas is fouled by Delaney for an Everton free-kick 25 yards out on the right. Delaney is booked.
Palace come again and Bolasie cuts inside from the left flank before shooting at goal from the edge of the box but it goes just over.
Deulofeu takes the corner and Everton win a throw in 12 yards out on the left. McGeady takes but Palace clear and Bolasie wins a free-kick off Barry 25 yards out in front of goal.
Barkley gets to the right byline before passing to Lukaku who shoots at goal from six yards at the near post but Speroni gets down well to parry the ball out for a corner on the right.
Everton break forward and Deulofeu wins a corner on the right. He takes the corner but Palace partially clear before McGeady shoots at goal from 22 yards to the left of goal but it goes over.
Bolasie cuts inside from the left and unleashes a great effort from 22 yards which beats Howard but hits the left post. The rebound bounces to Jerome but he puts the ball wide.
Deulofeu cuts inside from the right and finds Mirallas in the box. He holds off Dann before trying an effort from a tight angle on the right but it is way over.
Delaney concedes a throw in 20 yards out on the right. Everton take and try to feed the ball to Mirallas at the near post but it is over hit and out for a goal kick.
McGeady crosses from the left byline but it is just behind Mirallas in the centre and his header towards goal lacks power and Speroni easily gathers.
Palace come again and Bolasie crosses from six yards out on the left but Stones clears in the centre.
Mirallas concedes a free-kick just inside his own half on the left. Delaney floats the ball into the box but Barkley clears.
Mirallas feeds the ball to Deulofeu on the right but his cross is wayward and goes out for a goal kick.
Puncheon releases Bolasie down the left. He crosses into the centre but Distin is there to head away.
GOAL - PUNCHEON!!!! Palace take the lead. Bolasie gets around Baines to the right of goal before crossing across the face of goal. Howard can only parry it away. Chamakh lays it off to Puncheon who slots home left-footed from ten yards in the centre. Game on!!!
Everton come again and Mirallas tries to get to the left byline but Chamakh shepherds the ball out for a goal kick.
Palace press and Mariappa crosses from the left but Chamakh can only head backwards at the far post. Palace cone again but Jerome is flagged offside as he heads over the bar from eight yards.
Everton come again and Deulofeu crosses into the box from eight yards on the right but Mariappa clears ahead of Lukaku. Everton continue to press but Mirallas is tackled by Jedinak.
Palace break up field and Ward crosses into the box but Puncheon can not control the ball at the far post and it goes out for a goal kick.
Everton take the corner but Delaney clears for a throw in 25 yards out on the right. Everton take but Lukaku is tackled near the box and Palace clear.
Everton come again and McGeady tries an effort from 25 yards on the left but it is way wide and over.
Lukaku finds Barkley who goes down just outside the box under a challenge by Ledley but the ref waves play on.
McGeady gets down the left flank before crossing into the box from ten yards but Dann clears. Palace break up field and try to feed the ball to Jerome in the box but Howard is quickly off his line to gather.
Baines takes the throw in and wins another in a similar position. He takes and McGeady crosses to Lukaku in the box but the ball runs through to Speroni to gather.
Everton take the free-kick short and keep good possession before Baines wins a throw in ten yards out on the left off Mariappa.
Bolasie presses down the left flank and wins a throw in 20 yards out. Palace take but Bolasie is dis-possessed by Coleman and Everton break and Lukaku wins a free-kick 40 yards out on the right.
Palace break up field and Bolasie tries to release Jerome into the box but he is flagged just offside.
The hosts press again, this time down the right but Deulofeu's cross misses everyone in the box. McGeady retrieves the ball and wins a corner on the left.
A Minute's applause for the Hillsborough Support Group, to the song 'He's my Brother'. Very emotional.
I've just spotted Brendan Rodgers in the crowd at Goodison - a bit of scouting for when his Reds play the Eagles in May!
Jon Saunders says: "Tonights re-arranged fixture, it wont be the bad weather lifting the roof off Goodison Park this evening, it will be the toffee's attacking play and 3 points that will see the crowd lift the roof. COYB!!! My prediction 3-1 to the blues. Lets make 4th place our own!!" That's the spirit Jon, I always like a bit of confidence going into the game! Enjoy the match!
Charles Hawkins says: "Both teams are in good form and Palace were unlucky not to win the previous encounter. So, I anticipate a tight game and hopefully Everton can nick it otherwise my Liverpool FC "mates" will give me a hard time. Everton to win 2-1." I've seen a few Liverpool fans on our website wanting the Toffees to get into the Champions League too - it would be good for the city, they say, while just imagine if they were drawn together in the latter stages of the competition, or is that just a dream?
James Newton says: "We maybe playing Palace but it's Everton who need to soar like Eagles tonight. Nothing but a win is good enough for that 4th spot and Lukaku and Deulofeu will win it for us 2-0 in our push for Europe." Cheers James, enjoy the game!
Stewart MacLaren from a cool & cloudy Torrevieja in Spain says: "Everton will beat Crystal Palace 2-1 at Goodison Park this evening with good goals from Ross Barkley & Romelu Lukaku." Cheers Stewart, enjoy the game!
Bernadette Cranny says: "With Goodison rocking and a very attacking line up for Everton, Martinez has gone for 3pts.Palace will sit back and try to attack on the brake, but there will be no brake. Everton to win 2-0 COYB" Cheers Bernadette, as you say, it is an attacking line-up. I'm looking forward to seeing Barkley again, he has impressed me, while I also think McGeady will be a top signing for the Toffees in the seasons to come. Enjoy the game!
Chris has been back in touch to ask: "Do you believe that Pulis' men are capable of upsetting the odds by beating Everton in their own backyard?" They're certainly capable of it Chris - well-organised, they haven't conceded a goal in the last three games, while with Bolasie and Puncheon they have pace and trickery down the wings. That said, Everton have won seven league games on the bounce and I think that momentum will see them win, but only by the one goal. Any more views? Send them to email@example.com and I will post up the best.
MY VIEW - I also think Everton will prove too strong and Roberto Martinez is going for it with the team he has picked. That said, Tony Pulis is one shrewd customer and it will be tough to break the Eagles down. My heart says a 3-0 win to the Blues but my head thinks it will be just the solitary strike - so 1-0 to Everton, with Lukaku to get it late on, which pays a handsome 15/1 with Sky Bet! What are your views / predictions for tonight? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
James Pendleton says: "One of the biggest games of the season, they're in good form are Palace, but I think we should be able to get an early goal and push on, going for a 3-0 Everton win, COYB!"
One of our regulars, Chris Green from Huddersfield, has been in touch to say: "Everton to win 2-1, with Deulofeu and Lukaku scoring the goals." Cheers Chris, enjoy the game!
FIRST VIEW - Dan from Sunny Midsomer Norton in Somerset says: "I think this will be a tough game for Everton, but under the floodlights of Goodison and it's Magic Atmosphere we will be too strong for Palace. I'm going for 3-1 Everton. Naismith, Lukuku and Coleman to score. COYB." Cheers for your view Dan, let's hope this sun carries on for a great summer! Enjoy the game!
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 4/11 for an Everton win, 15/4 for the draw and 15/2 for a Palace victory? Send your views / predictions to email@example.com and I will post up the best throughout the evening.
Teams - Palace manager Tony Pulis has made one alteration to his XI from the 1-0 victory over Aston Villa, with Marouane Chamakh replacing the injured Kagisho Dikgacoi.
Teams - Everton boss Roberto Martinez has made three changes to his starting line-up for the clash. The adjustments from the 1-0 win at Sunderland sees Kevin Mirallas, Aiden McGeady and Ross Barkley coming in for benched trio Steven Naismith, James McCarthy and Leon Osman.
Teams - Crystal Palace: Speroni, Mariappa, Delaney, Dann, Ward, Puncheon, Ledley, Jedinak, Bolasie, Chamakh, Jerome. Subs: Parr, McCarthy, Ince, O'Keefe, Gayle, Murray, Hennessey.
Teams - Everton: Howard, Coleman, Stones, Distin, Baines, Barkley, Barry, Deulofeu, Mirallas, McGeady, Lukaku. Subs: Robles, Hibbert, Osman, Garbutt, Alcaraz, McCarthy, Naismith.
Welcome to Goodison Park where Everton host Crystal Palace. Can the Toffees break down a well-organised Palace side and get a win to boost their UEFA Champions League hopes, or will the Eagles claim another scalp as they bid to guarantee top flight football for at least another season? It should be an intriguing clash here tonight, and one I am looking forward to. Send your views / predictions for tonight's game to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post up the best throughout the evening.