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- Swansea XI: Fabianski; Rangel, Fernandez, Williams, Taylor; Britton, Cork; Routledge, Sigurdsson, Paloschi; Ayew.
- Crystal Palace XI: Hennessey; Ward, Dann, Delaney, Souare; Cabaye, Jedinak; Zaha, Mutch, Lee; Adebayor.
All over. Crystal Palace end a run of five straight losses, Swansea stay unbeaten under Francesco Guidolin. A draw probably a fair result and not one that either side will be too displeased with.
Wilfried Zaha tries to lead a Palace counter but he is blocked off by Leon Britton.
Four minutes of added time are signalled.
Swansea really pressing now. Sigurdsson swings in a corner, Ashley Williams connects with a volley but his goalbound effort is blocked by Joel Ward.
Kyle Naughton replaces Angel Rangel for Swansea.
So close to a second for Gylfi Sigurdsson, and in almost identical circumstances to his first. He steps up and curls a free-kick over the wall, but Wayne Hennessey makes a brilliant diving save to his left.
Jordon Mutch drives menacingly towards the goal, but a good block takes all the sting out of his shot. It's end-to-end stuff.
Almost made himself an instant hero! Hiram Boateng buys himself half a yard of space and gets a shot off, which is deflected inches wide of Lukasz Fabianski's left-hand post.
Federico Fernandez slides in on Jordon Mutch and earns himself a caution. Mutch hits the free-kick straight at Lukasz Fabianski.
Ooof! Modou Barrow cuts inside and lets fly from 20 yards, and it's only just over. Great effort.
Yohan Cabaye is off for Palace, youngster Hiram Boateng replaces him.
Modou Barrow has a shot blocked before Andre Ayew eventually gets one away. It's easily held by Wayne Hennessey, even though the surface is becoming increasingly slick as the rain belts down.
And the hosts really should have retaken the lead. Federico Fernandez flicks the corner on, it drops to Ashley Williams four yards out but the skipper can't get a strike on it.
Angel Rangel coaxes in a dangerous cross and Joel Ward awkwardly chests it behind. Corner to Swansea...
Oh, that was almost magnificent from Andre Ayew. Finding himself in a tight spot near the goal-line, he flicked the ball up and tried an audacious overhead kick which just landed the wrong side of the post.
Leon Britton tries to slip a through-ball to Wayne Routledge but Wayne Hennessey comes out to clear the danger. That's Routledge's last involvement - he's replaced by Modou Barrow.
Now Swansea force a couple of corners in quick succession. The first is headed over (via a deflection) by Federico Fernandez, the second is cleared by Palace.
Not this time. The midfielder can't get enough dip on his effort and it clears the crossbar.
Swansea beginning to apply a bit of pressure here. Mile Jedinak lunges in on Andre Ayew and gets a yellow. Another chance for Sigurdsson?
Now then! Andre Ayew topples over in the area after a bit of a tangle with Wilfried Zaha. Nothing doing.
Wilfried Zaha ties Neil Taylor in knots then rolls the ball across for Emmanuel Adebayor, but the striker skies it from 15 yards. Wasteful.
No arguments there. Swansea break at pace, Damien Delaney cynically barges into Wayne Routledge off the ball to kill the momentum of the attack. Clear yellow.
Just the start that Alan Pardew would have wanted, and his side look revitalised by the goal. A clever flick from Wilfried Zaha almost opens an avenue for Emmanuel Adebayor to shoot, but Ashley Williams hurls himself in the way.
Former Arsenal and Wales striker on Final Score
"Swansea should be out of sight here - they should have scored two or three goals in the first half. But now it's all square thanks to Dann being the first to react."
Palace are level and Dann, once again, is the man! Yohan Cabaye's corner is flicked on by Damien Delaney and volleyed in from close range by Dann. That's the centre-back's fifth goal of the season.
That's better from Palace - Souare whips the cross and Mutch gets a header away. Ashley Williams turns it behind for a corner.
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"Swansea's fans have already taken to head coach Francesco Guidolin, and it seems his compatriot Alberto Paloschi is a hit with the Liberty Stadium crowd as well.
"The Italian striker, a January signing from Chievo, has had precious few attacking opportunities but his work-rate has been relentless and his hold-up play neat.
"That has given him the seal of approval from the home fans, who are gleefully chanting that he's a 'Jack' - a term of endearment for someone from Swansea, for those of you uninitiated in south Wales slang."
Swansea lead at the break thanks to Gylfi Sigurdsson's free-kick. Palace with work to do to avoid a sixth consecutive defeat.
A set piece looks as good a bet as any for Crystal Palace. A long ball is pumped into the box and Scott Dann, who has four goals already this season, heads a whisker wide.
Wilfried Zaha trickles a little through ball into the box and Emmanuel Adebayor swings his leg at it. It's deflected behind for a corner, which comes to nothing.
Alberto Paloschi has been excellent so far for Swansea. He's been a muscular presence up front and has tracked back industriously too.
Ooh! Out of nowhere, Swansea almost shoot themselves in the foot. Ki Sung-yueng almost sells Lukasz Fabianski horribly short with a backpass, but the keeper gets there just in time.
Swansea passing the ball around very neatly in the Palace final third, but on this occasion Joel Ward nips in to intercept.
Now Wayne Routledge, who hasn't scored since last season, fires narrowly wide from a tight angle. It's all Swansea...