Last Updated: 02/03/14 7:13pm
FULL TIME. That's it, Palace earn a point here at the Liberty. Thanks for your views today, stay with us for reaction.
Bolasie creates a yard of space for himself before trying an effort from 16 yards out on the right but it goes over.
Thomas is booked after going down under a challenge from Canas in the box and he is rightly booked for simulation.
Amat goes down injured after being caught by Murray in the Swansea half. After treatment he can continue.
Palace take the throw in to Dann on the edge of the box and he tries to find Jerome to the left of goal but it goes out for a goal kick.
Bolasie crosses from the right to Murray in the centre. He shoots at goal from 12 yards and Amat has to put it out for a corner on the left.
PENALTY AWARDED AND CHICO OFF!!!! Chico brings down Murray in the box after Vorm misses the ball outside the box and Chico is sent off as the last man. However replays show the offence could have been just outside the box.
Thomas crosses into the box from 20 yards on the left and Jerome heads at goal from ten yards in the centre but it is straight at Vorm who easily gathers.
Palace come again and Bolasie crosses from the right to Jerome in the box. He heads back across goal and Murray tries an effort from eight yards but it lacks power and Vorm easily gathers.
Palace punt the free-kick forward. Amat wins the ball in the box and passes it out but it hits Murray and goes out for a goal kick.
Canas tries to find Lita in the centre of the box from the right but Dann intercepts. He passes to Jerome who is brought down by Britton midway in the Palace half and the Swansea man is booked.
Palace break forward and Thomas crosses into the box from 25 yards on the left but Amat heads away and Swansea clear.
Dikgacoi tries to release Bolasie into the right side of the box but Vorm shepherds the ball out for a goal kick.
Murray tries to get onto a flick on from Jerome but Williams tracks back and clears the box. Good defending.
Dann is booked for fouling De Guzman as he tries to run at the Swansea box. It is a Swansea free-kick 28 yards out on the left.
Bolasie gets to the right byline before crossing into the box. Williams partially clears before Davies tackles Bolasie in the right corner and Swansea break upfield.
Jedinak wins a throw in 20 yards out on the right. Ward takes but Bony wins a throw in in a similar position.
Ledley takes the corner but Bony heads away at the near post. Parr then tries to cross in to the box from the left but it is over hit and goes out for a goal kick.
Swansea press and Routledge crosses from the left to Bony in the box but his shot from ten yards in the centre is weak and Speroni easily gathers.
Bolasie again presses down the right flank and crosses from 20 yards out but it is a poor delivery and goes out for a goal kick.
Ledley takes the throw in and Bolasie again crosses into the box but Williams clears before Dyer wins a free-kick on the left midway in the Swansea half. Palace have improved markedly in this second period.
Bolasie makes a good run down the right flank before crossing into the box and Williams turns it out for a corner on the right.
Rangel hits a long ball into the box for Dyer to chase to Speroni is quickly off his line to gather.
Jerome is booked for catching Chico late from behind. It is a Swans free-kick midway in their own half on the right.
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 1/8 for a Swansea win, 6/1 for the draw and 25/1 for a Palace victory. Swansea have totally dominated here but for all their possession they are only one goal up and Palace could come back into this following a rollicking from Pulis at half time! What are your views / predictions? Send them to email@example.com
HALF TIME. Swansea go in a goal to the good and it is well deserved after dominating the first period. Stay with us for the second half.
Canas floats a cross in from 25 yards on the right but it is too close to Speroni who catches the ball.
Dyer is limping off injured but he is saying to his manager to give him time to see if he can continue.
Dyer goes down injured after tussling for the ball with Parr on the right flank. He is holding his ankle and is getting treatment on the pitch.
This time Bony tries to release De Guzman onto the box with a throughball but Speroni is alert to the danger and runs out of his box to clear ahead of the on-rushing De Guzman.
Jedinak floats the ball up to Ward on the right of the box but Swansea partially clear before Jedinak catches Britton with a late challenge midway in the Swansea half and he is booked.
De Guzman tries to latch onto a long ball over the top into the box by Canas but the on-rushing Speroni gathers.
Jerome is going to come on for Chamakh who cannot continue. Play has resumed, with Swansea keeping possession without threatening.
Palace now press and Chamakh tries to get around Chico and into the box but he tackles and clears. Chamakh is limping.
GOAL - DE GUZMAN!!! De Guzman nets the opener for the Swans thanks to a fine passing move. Williams finds Bony on the edge of the box, he passes to Britton who feeds the ball onto De Guzman who runs in behind the defenders to slot home from eight yards.
Ward tries to float the free-kick to Delaney at the far post but it is just over hit and goes out for a goal kick.
Bolasie tries to go past Rangel and is blocked and he wins a free-kick 20 yards out on the left. The home crowd are not happy, thinking he went down too easily.
That is Hernandez's last contribution to the game - he has picked up an injury and is being replaced with Canas.
Swansea come again and Routledge passes from the left to Hernandez in the centre. He shoots at goal from 20 yards but it is just wide of Speroni's left post.
Swansea keep good possession before De Guzman tries to release Bony into the centre of the box but Delaney intercepts and clears.
Delaney floats the free-kick into the box, Chamakh flicks on but it is straight at Vorm who easily gathers.
Swansea come again with Routledge passing to Hernandez on the edge of the box but Jedinak is there to tackle and clear.
De Guzman floats the free-kick into the box but it is again over hit and goes out harmlessly out for a goal kick on the far side.
Chico passes to Bony, who has got his back to goal on the edge of the box in the centre but Dann quickly nips in to tackle and Palace clear once again.
Bolaise tries to run into the left side of the Swansea box and goes down under a challenge from Chico but the ref waves play on.
De Guzman floats the free-kick into the box but it is over hit and goes out for a goal kick on the far side.
Rangel takes the throw in and eventually Routledge wins a free-kick six yards out near the left touchline.
Rangel crosses into the box from the right but Dann partially clears before Rangel's next cross wins a throw in 20 yards out on the right.
Davies floats the free-kick into the box and Chamakh heads out for a corner on the left. He had time and could have headed away
Palace break forward and Bolasie crosses from 12 yards on the left but it is over hit and floats out for a goal kick.
Chris has been back in touch to ask: "Do the Eagles have enough firepower to pull themselves away from the danger zone?" Personally, I would say yes - they have plenty of pace via Ince, Bolasie and Puncheon to create opportunities for themselves, while also keeping things tight at the back.
Hernandez finds Dyer with a pass into the right corner but he is flagged offside. Replays show he was on.
Williams tries to release Dyer down the right flank with a long ball but Parr intercepts and clears.
Ashley says: "Losing to Napoli after a terrific performance will be great motivation for Swansea to win today, I'm going 2-1 Swansea." Cheers Ashley, but could it also leave them too tired against what will sure to be a well-disciplined Tony Pulis' side? We'll soon find out - enjoy the game!
Lee says: "Palace have only lost against the bigger sides recently, Swansea have been failing. Must be a Palace win 2-1." Cheers Lee, that's another view which thinks a Palace win, not long to kick-off now!
Team news - Palace boss Tony Pulis tweaks his midfield following the 2-0 loss to Manchester United last weekend, bringing in Yannick Bolasie and Kagisho Dikgacoi for Jason Puncheon and Glenn Murray.
Team news - Garry Monk makes three changes to the Swansea side eliminated from the Europa League as they return to Barclays Premier League action. Angel Rangel, Leon Britton and Nathan Dyer all come into the line-up that performed admirably in their 3-1 defeat away to Napoli on Thursday.
Daniel's view - "Hi Steve, Tony Pulis will send Palace out to frustrate as usual but can't see past a Swansea win... 3-0 with Pablo and Bony to run riot. (Also wondering why everybody has gone quiet on Michu, expected him back this afternoon)."
FIRST VIEW - Chris Green from Huddersfield has been in touch to say: "Crystal Palace to win 1-0, with Ince scoring the goal." Cheers for your view Chris, enjoy the game! Any more predictions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
MY VIEW - I think there will be goals but also that it will be a stalemate here at the Liberty, so I'm going for a 2-2 draw, which pays a handsome 16/1 with Sky Bet! What are your views / predictions for today's game? Send them to email@example.com
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 5/6 for a Swansea win, 12/5 for the draw and 7/2 for a Crystal Palace victory.
Teams - Crystal Palace: Speroni, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Parr, Bolasie, Jedinak, Dikgacoi, Ledley, Ince, Chamakh. Subs: Thomas, Gayle, Murray, Gabbidon, Hennessey, Jerome, Bannan.
Teams - Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Chico, Williams, Ben Davies, Britton, de Guzman, Routledge, Hernandez, Dyer, Bony. Subs: Amat, Taylor, Lita, Canas, Tremmel, Vazquez, Emnes.
Welcome to the Liberty where Swansea host Crystal Palace with a big three points up for grabs. Both sides will be looking for the win to boost their chances of staying in the Premier League - who will prevail? Send your views / predictions for today's game to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post up the best throughout the afternoon.