On Saturday, Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace welcomed Ronald Koeman's Southampton side to Selhurst Park in a game that would have seen the twelfth placed Saints leapfrog sixth placed Palace with a win. Only two points separated the teams so there would be plenty to play for. Southampton had generally enjoyed their trips to Selhurst, having returned victorious on their previous three visits to SE25, while Palace would be looking to gain their first ever Premier League win over Southampton at the eighth attempt. Could Palace, rejuvenated after their impressive performances in their 1-1 draw against Everton and 5-1 demolition of Newcastle, claim the win? Or would Southampton be able to turn their fortunes around after four successive games without a win - a run that included the 6-1 drubbing at the hands of Liverpool in the League Cup? Team News: Palace made one change from the side that drew at Everton with Mile Jedinak pulling out injured, replaced by Wilfried Zaha, who was returning after a one game suspension. Southampton lost goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg to injury and Graziano Pelle, James Ward-Prowse and Dusan Tadic dropped to the bench after their 1-1 draw with Villa and were replaced by Paulo Gazzaniga, Oriol Romeu, Maya Yoshido and Shane Long.