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Summary

  1. Crystal Palace XI: Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Delaney, Souare, McArthur, Cabaye, Zaha, Puncheon, Bolasie, Wickham
  2. Newcastle XI: Elliot, Janmaat, Mbemba, Coloccini, Dumnett, Colback, Anita, Sissoko, Perez, Wijnaldum, Cisse

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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. FULL TIME

    Crystal Palace 5-1 Newcastle

    All over at Selhurst Park and Crystal Palace have trounced Newcastle. Loud boos from the Magpies fans at the final whistle.

    Thanks for joining me.

  2. GOAL - Crystal Palace 5-1 Newcastle

    James McArthur (90+3 mins)

    AND IT'S FIVE!

    A brilliant Crystal Palace break away, led by the brilliant winger Yannick Bolasie, which is finished by James McArthur for his second of the game.

  3. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Not long left. How will Newcastle boss Steve McClaren react in the post-match interview?

  4. CLOSE

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Left-back Pape Souare with some neat footwork before blazing over the crossbar from close range for Palace.

  5. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Palace striker Patrick Bamford working hard to get the ball back, he wants to impress but where can you fit him into this team?

    Unfortunately, the youngster will continue to have a bit-part role to play in this side.

    Two minutes left for Newcastle to endure.

  6. SUBSTITUTION

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Palace send on on-loan Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford for the excellent Connor Wickham.

  7. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Palace striker Connor Wickham deserves a goal, but it doesn't look like he will be getting one today. His shot from the edge of the area ends up in north London. That's his last action of that match.

  8. 'Incredibly poor'

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Dion Dublin

    Former Aston Villa striker on Final Score

     "I don't like to see managers get sacked, but it is all about results. Watching this game Newcastle have been incredibly poor, there is no leadership.The back four are not working together and that leaves gaps. At the moment Palace can do what they want, it is only 4-1 but could have been a lot more than that."  

  9. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    What judgement will Newcastle owner Mike Ashley make on Steve McClaren's future? Here's a man who knows something about going under a hammer...

  10. YELLOW CARD

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle defender Chancel Mbemba booked for a barge on Palace left-back Pape Souare.

  11. 'I have seen no evidence of desire'

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on Final Score

    "Newcastle's players have been questioned publicly this week by the manager, but I have seen no evidence of desire this afternoon."

  12. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Steve McClaren on the touchline trying to urge his men on, but this one is gone. Is his Newcastle career over too?

  13. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle fans chanting, "You're not fit to wear the shirt" to their players. Can't argue with that.

  14. SUBSTITUTION

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye won't finish the match against his old side, as South Korean Lee Chung-yong is sent on by ex-Newcastle boss Alan Pardew.

  15. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Don't know whether to laugh or cry? The Newcastle fans decide to laugh, cheering every completed pass from their players.

  16. CLOSE

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle striker Siem de Jong, just on as a substitute, nearly gets a goal, but his strike is deflected wide. Crystal Palace may want to wake up again to avoid a nervy finish to this game.

    One could bring two and three for the visitors.

  17. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Very good Gary.

  18. SUBSTITUTIONS

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Luuk de Jong gets his wish.

    Jack Colback and Georginio Wijnaldum come off for Newcastle and Siem de Jong and Yoan Gouffran go on.

    Not much point sending them on though. No sub has scored for either side this season.

  19. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle's former loanee, and brother of current Toon player Siem, has his say.

  20. SUBSTITUTION

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Winger Wilfried Zaha's afternoon is over for Crystal Palace and he's is not too happy to be brought off. Midfielder Mile Jedinak comes on to sit in front of the back four.

  21. GREAT SAVE

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Almost a fifth. Once again a Palace man is able to bring the ball forward unchallenged. This time it's full-back Joel Ward, who unleashes a rocket of a drive which Rob Elliot does brilliantly to tip over the crossbar.

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    Ant and Dec

    Rob from Newcastle: Reckon Ant and Dec are free next weekend? Might get a game...

    David in Bournemouth: To all those who say: "I bet you wish Pardew never left". No I don't, but that doesn't mean we're happy with McClaren.

    Steve from Surbiton: Steve McCaren has to be the most overrated coach in English football history. Nice guy, but what has he ever done as a manager in this country? You have to be judged on winning games, not because you were Alex Ferguson's sidekick!

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  23. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Jason Puncheon's free-kick for Palace comes to nothing. Newcastle break at the other end and left-back Paul Dummett's cross is defended strongly by Palace skipper Damien Delaney. He - like many of his team-mates - has had an impressive game.

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  25. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Game has gone a little flat now, with the intense pace starting to catch up with the Palace players. They're happy to keep the ball and work it around the pitch. Winger Wilfried Zaha earns a free-kick close to the edge of the area after being hauled over by Newcastle defender Chancel Mbemba...

  26. CLOSE

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Another successful cross from a Crystal Palace wide man and this one was a beauty, shaped into the six-yard box from the left hand side but Yannick Bolasie can't keep his stretched effort on target.

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  28. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    When do we start getting a piece ready to say Steve McClaren has been sacked as boss of Newcastle? Could well get the chop this evening. His side have been a shambles at the back. Fabricio Coloccini is wearing the captain's armband, but he couldn't lead a dog at the moment.

  29. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Not only have the Palace wingers scored three of their four goals, but they're also putting in plenty of successful crosses.

    Newcastle, in the opening 55 minutes or so, have not succeeded with a single cross.

    Excellent crossing or poor Newcastle defending? Bit of both I'd say.

    Palace crosses
  30. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Palace looking menacing and showing no sign of letting up, they're looking to get more goals and almost get another through Jason Puncheon, but the winger's drive flies narrowly over the crossbar.

  31. Post update

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    What have Newcastle got left to offer in this match? 

    Winger Wilfried Zaha gets past Fabricio Coloccini like he's not even there and puts in a low ball which Connor Wickham can't get on the end of.

    Come in number five?

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  33. 'Bolasie was left totally free'

    Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on Final Score

    "It wasn't even a great ball in from Crystal Palace, but whenever a ball is played into the Magpies' area no defender goes and challenges it for it. And Bolasie was left totally free."  

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  35. GOAL - Crystal Palace 4-1 Newcastle

    Yannick Bolasie (47 mins)

    Awful defending again.

    Palace concede a free-kick around 30 yards out as Connor Wickham is brought down. Former Newcastle man Yohan Cabaye chips the ball into the area, defender Damien Delaney nods it on and the impressive Yannick Bolasie is on hand to finish at the back post.

    This could get ugly for Steve McClaren's men.

    Yannick Bolasie scores second goal
  36. KICK OFF

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle get us back under way and striker Papiss Cisse almost gets on the ball inside the Palace area but can't quite make it count. At least it's another touch in the opposition penalty area.

  37. SUBSTITUTION

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle bring on defender Jamaal Laschelles for midfielder Ayozi Perez. The Magpies switch to a back three.

  38. Post update

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    What will Newcastle boss Steve McClaren be saying to his men at the break? Defend better for starters, but he'll have been ramming that message home all week in training.

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  40. Post update

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Palace getting into the box at will - Newcastle, not so much. The yellow dots signify touches on the ball and the home side (left) have had many more in the area than the away side (right) who have had just four.

    (direction of play going up)

    Palace v Newcastle
  41. HALF TIME

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Boos from the Newcastle fans at half-time. They have had a wretched half. Palace boss Alan Pardew will be very happy with his side's performance after going a goal down.

  42. Post update

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Wilfried Zaha chopped down by Paul Dummett but his reputation precedes him as the referee fails to award a free-kick.

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  44. Post update

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle boss Steve McClaren barks orders to his players and almost looks like he's going to burst into tears :-(

    Two minutes of added time.

  45. Post update

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Yannick Bolasie gets on the ball and his first thought is forward. He wants to put his side on the front foot each time and it's a joy to watch. His dancing footwork is mesmerising and he has given Newcastle a torrid time this afternoon.

    I did say a third was coming...

  46. 'Newcastle just aren't doing the basics right'

    Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on Final Score

    "Yet another goal conceded by Newcastle after a ball into the box. Newcastle just aren't doing the basics right and it's killing them."

  47. GOAL - Crystal Palace 3-1 Newcastle

    Wilfried Zaha (40 mins)

    Game over?

    Newcastle just cannot cope with the pace of Yannick Bolasie. He breaks and puts through Connor Wickham on the charge. The big man skips past Chancel Mbemba before floating a ball over to Wilfried Zaha, who volleys into the ground and the ball loops into the net.

    Deserved. Newcastle boss Steve McClaren looks on glumly.

    Wilfried Zaha celebrates scoring
  48. YELLOW CARD

    Wilfried Zaha

    Wilfried Zaha goes into the book for a dive. Why do that?? He has had a brilliant game so far but tries to con the referee into giving a decision. Stuart Attwell was having none of it though and right penalises the winger.

  49. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    Papiss Cisse ploughing a lonely furrow up top for Newcastle, trying to do a job similar to Connor Wickham but the ball is bouncing off him.

    Hard for the Senegal man.

  50. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    Yannick Bolasie running rings around Newcastle. Another David Beckham-style cross from the right, but James McArthur can't stretch enough to get his head on it and Jaryl Janmaat clears.

  51. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    It's not just the pace of Crystal Palace that Newcastle are having to contend with. Striker Connor Wickham is proving a handful too, using his frame to hold the ball up and bring others into play. That frontline is working a treat at the moment. When's the third coming?

  52. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle looking to string some passes together but the Palace defence are holding firm. Again, they break forward with pace and Wilfried Zaha has an effort blocked inside the area.

    The Newcastle defenders will have nightmares tonight of the sight of Zaha, Yannick Bolasie and Jason Puncheon running at them.

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  54. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    I got 99 problems but winning ain't one.

    Alan Pardew looking good for this at the moment...

    Alan Pardew
  55. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    Home side in front but a very subdued atmosphere at Selhurst Park. They've only seen two wins in seven games at home so far, so you would think they'd be in more of a joyous mood.

    Perhaps they know what's coming? Their side in control at the moment though.

  56. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    Classic Newcastle for Palace's second goal as Fabricio Coloccini fell over trying to deal with the ball and Yannick Bolasie slammed home.

    Can they get a quick third?

    Palace goal
  57. Post update

    Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    The pace of Wilfried Zaha and Yannick Bolasie did for Newcastle on that goal. The pair link up once again, but the latter's cross is wayward. 

    Palace are lightning up top, they can take advantage of this poor Newcastle defence today.

  58. GOAL - Crystal Palace 2-1 Newcastle

    Yannick Bolasie (17 mins)

    What a turnaround!!

    Crystal Palace throw men forward and their reward, helped out by some horrible Newcastle defending, is to take the lead.

    A ball rolls across the penalty area - which Fabricio Coloccini falls over trying to stop - and eventually reaches Yannick Bolasie at the other end, who smashes in a low finish.

    That was poor from the visitors.

    Yannick Bolasie scores for Crystal Palace
  59. Post update

    Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle

    James McArthur soon has a chance to make it a second, but balloons it high into the stand. That would have needed a deflection of epic proportions to go in.

  60. GOAL - Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle

    Jame McArthur (13 mins)

    Well that didn't last long.

    Newcastle's lead last less than three minutes. Excellent work from Crystal Palace striker Connor Wickham who holds the ball up on the edge of the box before feeding James McArthur.

    The midfielder's effort is on target, but takes a massive deflection off the unfortunate Paul Dummett to wrong-foot keeper Rob Elliot and roll into the net.

    James McArthur scores for Crystal Palace
  61. 'Very well finished'

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Newcastle

    Kevin Kilbane

    Former Everton winger on Final Score

    "Cisse is just onside, just on the shoulder of Delaney. And is was very well finished."

  62. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-1 Newcastle

    That's Papiss Cisse's second league goal of the season and the first since the opening day. Newcastle were hardly in the match at the stage, but are now threatening a second as Cisse and Moussa Sissoko both have shots blocked in the area.

  63. GOAL - Crystal Palace 0-1 Newcastle

    Papiss Cisse (10 mins)

    Free header.

    Poor defending from Crystal Palace on all accounts. Full-back Daryl Janmaat is able to carry the ball a long way deep in the Palace half, before clipping a ball in to Papiss Cisse.

    The Senegal striker runs through unmarked and glances a header in via the back post.

    Papiss Cisse celebrates after scoring the first goal for Newcastle
  64. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle

    Jason Puncheon's driven ball into the box is tipped away by Rob Elliot. The Newcastle goalkeeper made more of a meal of it than it actually deserved.

  65. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle

    Oh hello! Game spicing up here. Jack Colback brings down Wilfried Zaha and the Palace man is not happy, grabbing his opponent's leg before they square up to each other. Just handbags but both teams showing passion.

    More of that please.

  66. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle

    Newcastle left-back Paul Dummett is set for a long afternoon. Tricky winger Wilfried Zaha already working his quick feet but the cross comes to nothing. Both teams looking to utilise their wide men, but they haven't found the pin-point ball yet.

  67. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle

    Former Sunderland front man Connor Wickham playing the lone striker role for Palace today. He would love to get on the scoresheet against the Magpies.

    At the other end, Moussa Sissoko flashes a cross straight across the box which goes out for a throw.

  68. Post update

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle

    Crystal Palace have made a rapid start to this game and almost force the opener. Newcastle give the ball away deep in their half and the dangerous Yannick Bolasie whips in a low cross which Fabricio Coloccini stretches to dig away.

  69. KICK-OFF

    Crystal Palace 0-0 Newcastle

    The home side get us under way at a chilly and blustery Selhurst Park. Lots of gloves on show.

  70. Post update

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Cheers from the home fans but boos from the away ones as former Newcastle player Yohan Cabaye's name is read out on the Tannoy. Kick-off imminent.

  71. Post update

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Teams are in the tunnel at Selhurst Park and Newcastle captain Fabricio Coloccini taps the Crystal Palace mascot on the head and gives him a smile. The little Palace fan responds in a less-than-enthusiastic manner. #Awkward

  72. MOTD commentator's view

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Jonathan Pearce

    BBC football commentator at Selhurst Park

    "Sunderland showed Newcastle how to nullify Crystal Palace at home, negating their pace out wide and shackling Jason Puncheon. Above all, Sam Allardyce had them very disciplined.

    "I can't see a repeat. Injuries might mean a Toon central midfield of Anita and Gouffran. Poor together at Manchester City, they shipped six goals.

    "Palace must move the ball quicker than on Monday. They created too few clear-cut chances. Home form is a worry with three wins in 11 league games. Newcastle are also unbeaten in 11 against them.

    "But Palace's desire will be key. Do enough Newcastle players really want to succeed for them?"

  73. Magpies up against familiar face

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Yohan cabaye

    Limited game time at Paris St-Germain meant Alan Pardew made an enquiry to see if Yohan Cabaye, who used to play for him at Newcastle, fancied a reunion in the capital.

    Yes was the answer, as the Frenchman became Crystal Palace's record signing at £10m.

    The midfielder has netted four goals so far and will be looking to add to his tally at Selhurst Park today.

    But will he celebrate if he scores?

  74. Pardew peaking at the Palace

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Pardew graphic

    Alan Pardew may well smirk, he deserves to after leaving the north to head back down south. 

    Newcastle's performances have gone the same way, while after a bright start Crystal Palace are on a run of just one win in five games at the moment.

  75. Will Newcastle be affected by reported bust-up?

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Neil Lennon

    Bolton boss on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I don't think there is anything wrong with training ground bust-ups every now and then and Steve McClaren will hope that the aggression on the training ground will transmit onto the pitch.

    "I've had many bust-ups as a player and a manager and what you are looking for is a reaction."

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    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

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  77. McClaren hanging on

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Steve McClaren

    Newcastle suffered a heavy 3-0 defeat at home to Leicester last time out with the Toon fans showing their displeasure at the final whistle.

    The team got back on the training field and there were reports of angry exchanges between players and staff this week as head coach Steve McClaren was furious with the attitude of some of his senior players.

    The black and whites have won just twice in the league so far so desperately need to take the three points home today.

  78. Team news

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Former Magpie Yohan Cabaye plays against his old club and on-form winger Wilfried Zaha is also in the starting XI as Crystal Palace go with the same side that lost to Sunderland on Monday.  

    Crystal Palace XI

    Newcastle make two changes to the side that lost against Leicester last time round with Jack Colback coming in for Cheick Tiote, while Papiss Cisse gets a start up front in place of Aleksandar Mitrovic.  

    Newcastle XI
  79. Be careful what you wish for

    Crystal Palace v Newcastle (15:00 GMT)

    Alan Pardew
    Image caption: Eagles flying high

    Newcastle finished fifth in the Premier League in 2011-12, but the fans expected more. Manager Alan Pardew was hounded out of the club and he decided to join Crystal Palace.

    Since then, the Eagles have experienced an upturn in fortunes while the Magpies are battling to avoid relegation.

    Be careful what you wish for!

    Steve McClaren
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