Crystal Palace and Everton, two sides setting the early pace in the Premier League meet at Selhurst Park.
Roy Hodgson’s men are looking to back-up their impressive 3-1 win over Manchester United but face high-flying Everton.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side look full of confidence and James Rodriguez has hit the ground running for the Toffees.
Sportsmail will provide live EPL coverage of Palace vs Everton including score, lineups and build-up.
The players take the knee in support of anti-racism and Kevin Whistle blows his whistle to get this under way. Richarlison gets the ball rolling for the visitors, who don a bright yellow kit this afternoon.
A minute’s silence is observed before kick off in tribute to Sergeant Matt Ratana, who was fatally shot dead in an incident at Croydon police station.
Not long to go now until the second Premier League game of the day gets under way here at Selhurst Park.
Crystal Palace were superb last time out at Old Trafford, earning a surprising, albeit thoroughly deserved 3-1 win over Manchester United.
Everton, meanwhile, have looked a side transformed under Carlo Ancelotti, with new boy James Rodriguez linking up beautifully with young striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Which way is this one going to go this afternoon? We’ll have kick off very shortly as both sides emerge onto the turf.
We’ve already had a game full of drama this afternoon, with Manchester United snatching a last-gasp winner against Brighton through a Bruno Fernandes penalty.
Let’s hope we get more of the same this afternoon with two sides looking to extend their 100% league record.
I’ll never get used to this behind-closed-doors nonsense. It should still be a really quality game this afternoon though.
It has been a dream start to the season for both Crystal Palace and today’s visitors Everton but one of their perfect record has to go this afternoon. Can Carlo Ancelotti’s men back-up their free-scoring win over West Brom or will the Eagles soar to three wins on the trot? Team news incoming…
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