I'm ducking out of here now to write the match report. It'll be online shortly. See you!
- Stoke: Butland, Johnson, Shawcross, Wollscheid, Pieters, van Ginkel, Whelan, Shaqiri, Afellay, Arnautovic, Krkic.
- Palace: Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Souare, Zaha, Ledley, McArthur, Puncheon, Wickham, Bolasie.
That is a very, very impressive victory by Crystal Palace who march on under Alan Pardew.
I feel sorry for Stoke here. But pleased for Palace at the same time (if that makes sense).
Xherdan Shaqiri has a dig from outside the area, but it's blocked by some desperate Palace defending.
Former Man City defender, Final Score
"Fabulous finish after a bit of pinball, with the ball bouncing all over the shop. And now Palace are up into fifth!"
What a goal. What a goal.
It had to be special to beat Jack Butland. The ball lands at the feet of substitute Lee Chung-yong 30 yards out and the South Korean fires a shot across the keeper and into the top corner. Palace can't believe it. Neither can Stoke.
Yannick Bolasie to win it for Palace... Jack Butland races off his line... and saves.
That's close. Very close. Xherdan Shaqiri takes aim from 40 yards out and almost sneaks the ball in at the near post. The ball bounced a couple of times before reaching the keeper. Almost.
Bojan appears to have an extra spring in his step now - dropping deep to try and get on the ball. Stoke are piling forward, but Palace will fancy themselves on the break.
Now it's Palace who are wobbling, like they've been smashed in the jaw by a Mike Tyson uppercut.
Was it a penalty? Hard to say. Not the answer you wanted, I know. Damien Delaney went up for a header and the ball did strike his arm. The laws say penalty, but I have to wonder if Delaney was a little unfortunate. Either way, we've got a grandstand finish on our hands now.
The perfect penalty - pace and precision from Bojan to the right of a diving Wayne Hennessey. Stoke back in it.
Damien Delaney is punished for a handball. Penalty.
It's beginning to look like it's not going to be Stoke's day. The ball lands at the feet of Bojan eight yards out, but his low shot is straight at the keeper.
Bojan gets everyone off their feet with a jinking run into the box, but he runs into a Damien Delaney-shaped cul-de-sac.
There's some moans and groans from the home fans as Crystal Palace enjoy a sustained period of possession.
This game is end to end now - this time Stoke almost scoring as Marko Arnuatovic turns Joel Ward inside out on the edge of the box and his shot is deflected just wide.
Marouane Chamakh drives at the Stoke defence but his shot is disappointing and trickles wide.
Glenn Whelan, who has played every minute of every game this season, is hooked. Jon Walters replaces the Irish midfielder.
James McArthur's shot from six yards out is blocked by a sprawling Glen Johnson. Palace appeal for handball. Would have been harsh. Not given.
A blow for Palace as goal-scorer Connor Wickham slowly makes his way from the pitch with injury. He will be replaced by Marouane Chamakh.
Stoke are playing as though there's only five minutes left, never mind 30 minutes. Palace scramble the ball away twice as the hosts once again look menacing in the final third.
Oohhh... Palace almost make it 2-0, again against the run of play. Yannick Bolasie puts in a teasing ball from the left and James McArthur gets to it at the far post but turns the ball wide after being put off by the imposing presence of Jack Butland.
Stoke just don't seem to be 100% on it today. They win a free-kick 30 yards out but the chance is wasted when Marko Arnautovic puts the set-piece over the bar. Not even close.
With Manchester United losing against Norwich - 2-0, in case you were wondering - it means Palace are currently level on points with LvG's men. Not a bad way to head into Christmas.
A daisycutter of a shot from Glen Johnson is well saved by Wayne Hennessey. This game has sparked into life now.
There's more urgency about Stoke after the break and Ibrahim Afellay chests the ball down on the edge of the box but slices his shot wide under pressure from a Palace defender.
Yannick Bolasie blazes well over as Crystal Palace begin on the front foot.
Slade's Merry Christmas greets the players for the second half.
"Are you hanging up a stocking on your wallIt's the time that every santa has a ballDoes he ride a red-nose reindeer?"
Former Chelsea & Norwich striker on Final Score
"Everybody laughed at me when I said Crystal Palace would finish above Spurs this season.
"But they have played well again today - and without Yohan Cabaye. They are set up well for the counter attack."
Former Man City defender, Final Score
"I think that was a penalty, a challenge from behind. It was soft but it was a spot-kick. And Wickham hit that so hard - it hit the back of the net and straight back out again!"
James Calder: So pleased for Wickham. Yes, it's from a penalty but he's earned it with the past few weeks' performances.
Palace are a bit fortunate to be going into the break in front. The first thing Jack Butland has had to do all day is pick the ball out of the net. Stoke will question why Glenn Whelan nibbled at Wilfried Zaha's ankles, with the winger running away from goal.
Not that Pardew's boys are complaining.
Straight down the middle from Connor Wickam. Goal... and Palace in front.
Don't go for that pie! Glenn Whelan has just bundled over Wilfried Zaha in the box...
Go and grab a half-time pie before the rush. I don't think anything is going to happen here any time soon.
The stats tell a tale here - Stoke have had seven attempts on goal to Palace's two. Only one Stoke effort has been on target. None for Palace.
Chance for Stoke as Erik Pieters sees his cross on the left deflected goalwards by Marco van Ginkel and it comes back off the post with the keeper beaten.
Jason Puncheon is playing very central this afternoon for Palace, who need a bit more width down the left with Wilfried Zaha stretching Stoke on the other flank.
That was almost magical from Marko Arnautovic who held off two men and pinged the ball 40 yards but the Palace keeper gets there before the Stoke forward. A warning for the Eagles though.