Crystal Palace will be without Christian Benteke and Joel Ward but Max Meyer and Alexander Sørloth are both available while Arsenal could welcome back a few players.
Connor Wickham made his first Premier League appearance since November 2016 when he faced Everton last weekend.
About his return, Palace manager, Roy Hodgson said, “Connor is doing OK. Naturally, we are a little bit reticent. It’s right from his side and our side that we are careful with him. But to be honest, he’s come through every training session, so there’s no reason for me to have any fears about him.”
Arsenal could welcome Nacho Monreal and Sead Kolasinac back as both recover from hamstring problems. Petr Cech is also back in full training after his own hamstring problem.
Fans heading to the game are warned that there will likely be travel disruption due to engineering works that will be taking place.
A statement on the Crystal Palace website said, “Southern trains are carrying out engineering works which means both Selhurst Station and Thornton Heath will only be operating a limited service with a severely reduced timetable.
“Norwood Junction will be running their normal schedule but this will be a Sunday service.
“There will be additional Thameslink services from Norwood Junction running after the game going into East Croydon and down to Sussex.
“The club advise not to use Thornton Heath station after the match.
“For further details of journeys that the engineering works will affect locally to the stadium, simply click here.”