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Summary

  1. Running order: Man C/Lei, Tot/Wat, Liv/Sun, Sto/Eve
  2. AV/Nor, New/WBA, Sou/WHU, Swa/CP
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Live Reporting

By Gary Rose and Patrick Jennings

All times stated are UK

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  1. All over

  2. Manager reaction

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Alan Pardew celebrates

    Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew: "The point today is so important. We knew we had to get something today, so that was a very good result. It was really tough, with a lot of energy and a lot of commitment from both teams.

    "We were playing with our brakes on but we had a reaction to the chat at half-time. Swansea have been in good form and we came back, which makes it all the sweeter.

    "[Emmanuel] Adebayor had a couple of moments that were top-drawer - you can see that he's going to add something. We still look a bit like we need a bit more going forward at this level. [Yohan] Cabaye was terrific. There's a bit of relief on our side and we take that into the Watford game."

  3. Manager reaction

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Francesco Guidolin

    Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin: "I am not happy [with a point] because my opinion is that my team played very well for 90 minutes. We had many possibilities to score.

    "We controlled the game, which is not easy with the weather. Crystal Palace is a good team and they played well, but we played better.

    "It was another good performance, I think it's the best in my period at the club. We can have confidence because the team is good, the fitness is good. We must work to improve in set-piece situations."

  4. Man of the match

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Gylfi Sigurdsson

    BBC Sport's Dafydd Pritchard chose Gylfi Sigurdsson as his man of the match after the Swansea midfielder scored one free-kick and nearly netted another.

    The Icelandic midfielder had five shots in total and also made 10 crosses, more than anyone else on the pitch.

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  5. Back to front

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace stats graphic
  6. Desperate Dann

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Scott Dann is now Crystal Palace's joint top scorer, alongside Yohan Cabaye and Wilfried Zaha with five goals.

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  8. Left the shooting boots at home

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    These two sides are among the four lowest-scoring teams in the league this season, and it showed. They mustered only five shots on target (green arrows) between them from 31 attempts. Wayward.

    Swansea and Crystal Palace shot maps
  9. Social media reaction

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

  10. He wore a yellow ribbon

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Emmanuel Adebayor

    Emmanuel Adebayor was pretty quiet on his first start for Crystal Palace and never really tested the Swansea defence.

    Nice yellow scrunchy though.

  11. Team news

    Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace

    Swansea make one change from the team that drew 1-1 with West Brom in midweek - new signing Alberto Paloschi comes in for Ki Sung-yueng.  

    Swansea City XI

    Emmanuel Adebayor makes his first start for Crystal Palace in one of three changes from the side that lost to Bournemouth on Tuesday. Yohan Cabaye and Jordon Mutch come in to midfield.  

    Crystal Palace XI
  12. Post update

    Yowzers, where does the time go?

    Last game up now - Swansea versus Crystal Palace.

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    Mark: Don't know what Wanyama had to complain about. He was late, tackled from behind and missed the ball. Red card all month.  

    Craig: Wanyama unlucky to go.. booking for me.

  14. Man of the match

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

    BBC Sport's James Gheerbrant gives this to Southampton defender Maya Yoshida, explaining: "Not only did Yoshida score the game's only goal, he also made seven clearances and three interceptions."

    Maya Yoshida embraces Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster
  15. "We did not create enough"

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

    West Ham manager Slaven Bilic: "First I would like to congratulate Southampton. They were very good in defending in the box. They deserve this. 

    "We did not create enough. Our crosses were quite poor, they defended really well. When you lose a game like this, we are gutted." 

    Slaven Bilic

    Bilic on Victor Wanyama's sending off for a tackle on West Ham's Dimitri Payet: "It was a red card. When that second leg comes... it was a reckless challenge. For me it was a red card."

  16. "You can't do that tackle"

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

    Victor Wanyama's tackle on Dimitri Payet

    Southampton boss Ronald Koeman: "I'm very pleased with the final result. It was a difficult game from the start, more difficult after the red card to Victor Wanyama. 

    "But even with one less on pitch we had the best chances to score a second one. We showed very good defensive composure, good defending. I don't remember one big chance (for West Ham)."

    On Wanyama's sending off, a straight red for his tackle on Dimitri Payet: "You can't do that tackle. It's a hard tackle. You give the referee the possibility to give the red card. "

  17. Social media reaction

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

  18. Saints with 11 men... and with 10

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

    These heat maps show the difference it made to Southampton's attacking play (the direction of their attacks is upwards) when they had 11 men on the pitch (left-hand graphic), compared to after Victor Wanyama was sent off with 36 minutes left (right-hand graphic). 

    With their side down to 10 men, Saints players only touched the ball 26 times in the West Ham half, compared to more than 100 touches in the first 54 minutes.

    Saints with 11 men... and 10
  19. Wanyama's marching orders

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

    Victor Wanyama

    The Southampton midfielder joins Vinnie Jones, David Batty, Slaven Bilic, Craig Short, Franck Queudrue and Wes Brown in a select club.

  20. Saints make three changes

    Southampton 1-0 West Ham

    Southampton make three changes from Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Arsenal. Maya Yoshida, Jordy Clasie and Graziano Pelle replace James Ward-Prowse, Oriol Romeu and  Dusan Tadic. Charlie Austin is on the bench.  

    Southampton XI

    West Ham make one change from their midweek win over Aston Villa with Victor Moses in for Cheikhou Kouyate. New loan signing Emmanuel Emenike is on the bench  

    West Ham XI