This Sunday sees the ultimate round of Premier League fixtures with two of the four Champions League spots up for grabs.
Roy Hodgson’s final game as Crystal Palace boss will have a vital say in who qualifies for the top tier of European football next season, and who doesn’t.
After a tough season wracked by injuries, Liverpool still have the prospect of Champions League football in their own hands.
As it stands, all Liverpool need to do is match Leicester’s result to guarantee the fourth.
This is only possible thanks to a brilliant last-gasp brilliant header from Liverpool’s keeper Allison Beckeragainst West Brom and the Reds’ midweek victory over Burnley.
However, they’ll have to overturn a Crystal Palace team looking to give veteran manager Hodgson a good sign off.
Whilst this will be an undoubtedly tough game, Liverpool come into the clash with four wins in five, making them the in-form team in the Premier League.
Nat Phillips put in an impressive defensive performance against Burnley and is likely to partner Rhys Williams, offering a belated solution to the defensive problem which has dogged Liverpool’s season.
Liverpool are without the usual suspects, with Virgil van Dijk, Jordan Henderson, Joe Gomez, Joel Matip, Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies all out.
Diogo Jota and Naby Keita have outside chances to return for their team’s final game.
Crystal Palace are similarly ravaged by injuries. They are definitely without Eberechi Eze, Conor Wickham, Nathan Ferguson, Mamadou Sakho and James McArthur.
Luka Milivojevic missed the last game due to family issues, so is likely to be able to return, as is Scott Dann.
Christian Benteke may feature after an achilles injury and would be a big return for Palace.
Tyrick Mitchell, like many players, was suffering from fatigue but could return for the final game before a well earned break.
What time is Liverpool Crystal Palace?
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace kicks-off at Anfield at 4pm on Sunday 23 May.
All 10 Premier League games this weekend will kick-off at the same time.
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace TV channel and livestream
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event, with coverage starting at 3:50pm.
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match via the Sky Go app.