When? Tuesday 28th November, 19:45 (UK)
Where? The AMEX Stadium
What channel is it on? Brighton vs Crystal Palace will not be televised live in the UK
Are tickets still available?
Crystal Palace – SOLD OUT
STATS & FACTS
Head-to-head – last five meetings: Brighton W1, Crystal Palace W2, D2
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Brighton W37, Crystal Palace W35, D24
Brighton have only won of their last seven meeting with Crystal Palace in all competitions.
Brighton have drawn their last three home Premier League matches, and are unbeaten in their last six at the AMEX.
Brighton have only failed to score in one of their six home Premier League matches this season.
Chris Hughton’s men have scored 13 Premier League goals in as many matches and have conceded 14 at the other end - an average of 1.07 goals against per game.
The Seagulls only require an average of 8.6 shots before scoring a Premier League goal, making them the sixth most efficient team in the Premier League in terms of shots vs goals.
Brighton’s last three wins in the Premier League have also resulted in clean sheets.
Crystal Palace have failed to score in their last eight away Premier League matches.
Crystal Palace have conceded a goal in each of their last nine matches, while the Eagles are still looking for their first away goal and point of the season.
Wayne Hennessey picked up his first points of the season last week after he played in the 2-1 win over Stoke last Saturday.
That 2-1 win also means that Crystal Palace are no longer the lowest scorers in the Premier League this season. They have now scored eight goals in their first 13 matches - an average of 0.6 goals per game.
Crystal Palace are still yet to keep a clean sheet this season in the Premier League.
May 2013 saw the two sides paired together in the Championship play-off semi-finals. After a goalless first leg it would be Crystal Palace who would go onto win Wembley after a 2-0 win at The AMEX.