Last Updated: 05/10/13 5:14pm
Full-time at Anfield. Liverpool 3-1 Crystal Palace. The Eagles made a game of it in the second half, but the Reds had done enough in the first to see out the win.
Agger makes a raiding run forward and is brought down on the edge of the area, but the referee having none of it.
Jedinak really upset as he is caught by Suarez's overhead attempt. Referee just having a word to calm him down.
Liverpool just not connecting with their quick passes in the final third anymore. A real disjointed performance here in the second half.
Luis Alberto into the area is cleared. Suarez tries to dribble into the area, but that move is also snuffed out.
Liverpool looking a totally different side in attack from the first half, as they misplace another pass in the final third.
GOAL! Crystal Palace get the ball in the back of the net as Gayle flicks the ball into the far post from the free kick.
Suarez gives away a free kick as he shows his frustration by running into the back of Moxey, who's receiving treatment on the pitch.
Miscommunication between Sturridge and Suarez as the ball gets caught up in feet and is eventually cleared by the Palace defence.
Liverpool seeming a little complacent in the second half. Definitely not seeing the same intensity from the hosts as in the first half.
Again the final ball letting the Eagles down, but Jedinak makes sure they keep the ball at the back.
Palace growing into the game a bit. Doing better in winning possession back and keeping it for more than two or three passes.
Moses win a corner. Suarez takes, but the referee sees a push in the box and awards Palace a free kick.
Half-Time: Liverpool 3-0 Crystal Palace. The Reds looking really comfortable in the game. Palace have had chances, but they're really struggling to get going in the match.
Suarez wins a corner as Speroni does well to make the save after the Uruguayan dances around the defenders in the area.
Liverpool soon win possession back, though, Palace really struggling to string more than a few passes together.
GOAL! Gerrard makes no mistake from the penalty spot and sending Speroni the wrong way and slotting it in the left corner.
Penalty given as Moxey brings down Sterling just inside the area. Referee wanted to give a free kick, but the linesman said penalty.
Reds win a corner as they attempts another quick passing move into the area. Corner comes to nothing.
Brilliant interplay between Sturridge and Suarez in the box, but Palace narrowly avoid giving away a corner and clear the danger.
Liverpool win a corner at the other end on a quick counter attack. Corner is cleared to the Reds defence.
Kolo Toure clears the ball off the line, but Palace have another two efforts as Mignolet makes a brilliant last second save, before Kebe blasts it over the bar.
Palace really struggling to cope with Liverpool's attacking play. A crucial touch preventing Sturridge from going through on goal.
Liverpool win a corner as Suarez attempts to find Sturridge in the area, but the striker is struggling to get up.
Palace try a long ball forward to Kebe, but it's way to strong for the forward to get on the end of.
GOAL! Sturridge with the second of the game. A brilliant solo effort as he beats Speroni at the far post.
GOAL! Suarez opens the scoring after a great one-two with Enrique, putting the ball in the back of the net on the ground after a slip.
Jedinak takes the free kick it is straight at the wall. Sakho now in a heap as O'Keefe gets booked for a late challenge on the defender.
The Reds piling on the pressure now, with lovely interplay. Gerrard gets a shot off, but it's well over the bar.
The Reds win a corner as Gerrard's free kick is deflected out. Suarez takes, but it's cleared by Chamakh.
Nathan Forward: Time for the reds to run riot... palace have a far from perfect defence and suarez should take full advantage... 5-0 Suarez hat-trick
Luke Murphy: I reckon Liverpool will dominate this game. But without Lucas I reckon we won't be very strong at the back. But I'm going for a 3 nil win cause crystal palace haven't won in there last couple of games.
Feel free to e-mail your thoughts or predictions to Chris.Vermeulen@teamtalkmedia.com and I'll publish as many of them before - and during - the game as possible.
For Palace, Holloway makes four changes to the side that lost to Southampton last week; Danny Gabbidon, Kagiso Dikgacoi, Barry Bannan and Dwight Gayle drop out of the starting XI and are replaced by Damien Delaney, Stuart O'Keefe, Jason Puncheon and Cameron Jerome.
For Liverpool, Raheem Sterling comes into the starting XI for the suspended Lucas Leiva, meaning Jordan Henderson will move into a more central role, while manager Brendan Rodgers has named an otherwise unchanged line-up.
Palace (11/1) are friendless ahead of their trip to Anfield. Liverpool are 1/5 and for good reason and most punters in the country have them in their Saturday afternoon acca. But Palace have proved something of a bogey team for the Reds over the years with Liverpool winning only one of their five encounters in all competitions. Despite that a 3-0 victory for the hosts is one of the most popular bets of the day at 11/2.
Palace, meanwhile, have only got the win this season, coincidentally also a 3-1 win over Sunderland, and are languishing second from bottom in the league table. Manager Ian Holloway will be looking to stop the rot and halt a three-match losing streak at Anfield this weekend.
The Reds have made a good start to the Barclays Premier League campaign, having lost just one of their opening six fixtures, drawing one and winning the other four, leaving them in second place in the standings, two points behind leaders Arsenal.