Great timing by Hull as they finally come good at a critical stage of the season. A terrific performance by Steve Bruce's team against mid-table opponents with little to play for. Thanks for your company. Follow reaction from this game and all the other Premier League matches on theBBC Sport website.
- Crystal Palace XI: Speroni, Kelly, Dann, Delaney, Souare, Jedinak, McArthur, Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie, Murray
- Hull City XI: Harper, Chester, Dawson, McShane, Elmohamady, Livermore, Huddlestone, Quinn, Brady, Aluko, N’Doye
All over. Hull City are alive and kicking as Dame N'Doye keeps his composure to fire beyond Julian Speronio during a counter-attack. Steve Bruce allows himself a rare smile.
Three minutes of added time.
Former Wales striker on Final Score
On Yaya Sanogo's disallowed goal: "I think it's a ridiculous decision. Yes, he puts his hand on Paul McShane's shoulder, but I've played with Paul and he's a big strong lad. It's just not a foul."
So close for Hull. Liam Rosenior has only been on the pitch for a few moments when he unleashes a long-range effort that rattles the Palace bar.
It's only 1-0 but this will be a huge win for Hull City if they can hang on.
No go for Yaya Sanogo! The Palace substitute has the ball in the back of the Hull net but it's ruled out for a push on Paul McShane. This just isn't Palace's day.
End to end in the closing stages. Jason Puncheon is inches away from levelling for Palace with a shot from the edge of the area before Tom Huddlestone goes close at the other end. Grandstand finish at Selhurst Park.
Hull substitution. Gaston Ramírez replaces Stephen Quinn. The visitors are looking comfortable.
Time running out for Crystal Palace. Here comes Dwight Gayle for Wilfried Zaha.
Hull City defender Curtis Davies, out with a thigh injury, is enduring his side's relegation battle from the sofa.
It's been a fairly quiet game by Yannick Bolasie's usual high standards but the Palace player does well to beat three players. He takes a touch and fails to find Yaya Sanogo at the back post.
Matt in London: The last two games for Crystal Palace should demonstrate to them that teams are still really willing to fight for points. Would be good to see that attitude reflected among the Eagles players. You can't just coast to safety in seasons like this.
Hull are not sitting back. They force another corner soon after Palace make another change - Mile Jedinak replaced by Chung-yong Lee.
Huge news at the bottom of the table that could have consequences for Hull. Leicester have taken the lead at Burnley. The Tigers are up to 16th in the 'as it stands table' - level on points with Leicester. Sunderland are in the bottom three.
Former England midfielder on Final Score
Handball by Hull in the build-up to their goal?
"As the ball got switched to Robbie Brady, he was under a lot of pressure and the ball hit his foot and bounced up on to his hand before he crossed for the goal. It's a tough one for the officials to pick up on though."
Alan Pardew has seen enough. Off goes Glenn Murray and here comes Yaya Sanogo. A change of tactics from Pardew?
What has happened to Crystal Palace? It's all Hull. Those wins over Manchester City and Liverpool seem an age ago.
Another chance for Hull and Dame N'Doye...oh no, he screws his shot wide from inside the area. That was a great chance to seal the points. Steve Bruce is shaking his head. And no wonder.
Scruffy, scrappy...Dame N'Doye's goal certainly isn't a Goal of the Season contender. Steve Bruce doesn't care. Neither do Hull's travelling fans. The Premier League strugglers have the lead.
At last Hull City make it count. Crystal Palace cannot say they have not been warned. Dame N'Doye cannot miss as he taps home from almost point-blank range after Robbie Brady's shot had cannoned off Julian Speroni into the path of the Hull forward.
Hull come flying out and it requires another wonderful save by Julian Speroni to keep out Dame N'Doye's close-range header. Another glorious chance gone. Are the Tigers going to regret these misses?
Four goals in the six 15:00 BST Premier League kick-offs so far. Steve Bruce is praying for just one.
And here's proof of Hull's encouraging first half performance. More possession, more shots and more corners. But it remains goalless.
The half ends with a well-worked Palace move ending in Glenn Murray heading straight at Steve Harper. A ripple of applause from the home fans greets the half-time whistle. They have seen better this season.
Two minutes of added time.
The ball rolls out of play and Steve Bruce grabs it. It provokes some 'banter' from Palace fans. Nothing the Hull City manager has not heard before.
Where would Palace be without Julian Speroni? It's a question that has been posed before and the keeper produces another excellent block well off his line to deny Jake Livermore. Another chance goes begging for Hull.
There's a break in play and Alan Pardew is deep in conversation with Mile Jedinak as the Palace skipper grabs a gulp of water. Pardrew will not be impressed with what he has seen so far.
There's a wall of black shirts at Selhurst Park and Palace are struggling to break it down. Hull, for once, are defending as though their lives depend on it.
Ironic cheers as Palace do finally win a free-kick after Robbie Brady brings down Wilfried Zaha in full flight. Brady comes off worse and needs treatment.
More Palace frustration as appeals for a free-kick are ignored after Glenn Murray crumples to the surface after a challenge by Paul McShane.
Action at both ends as Wilfried Zaha forces Steve Harper to save his powerful effort after shrugging off Robbie Brady before Hull counter only for Sone Aluko to lose his footing as he goes for goal.
The beach, a new apartment in Dubai, a round-the-world trip...what else are Crystal Palace's players thinking about? They're certainly playing as though their minds are elsewhere.
If only Hull City had played like this earlier in the season then they might not be fighting to stay up. There's a lot of grit and determination about Steve Bruce's side today. Someone needs to tell Palace's players this is not a testimonial.
Trent Mohan: This would have been a must-win match for both teams pre-Pardew. What a transformation. Hopefully he doesn't walk out pre-season!
It's all Hull. The Premier League strugglers are really going for it. Tom Huddlestone tries to curl the ball into the far corner from the edge of the area but Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni makes a spectacular save to claw it away.
It's so quiet at Selhurst Park. Palace have done little to give their fans anything to shout about since Glenn Murray's early chance. Hull are enjoying plenty of possession but cannot hurt the hosts.
Aidan Mifsud: The Premier League would be a happier place without Hull and Sunderland.