PAST MEETINGS: Swans v Crystal Palace

5th February

Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace
Barclays Premier League - Saturday, 29 November 2014
Wilfried Bony's 18th goal of the season was not enough as the Swans were held by Crystal Palace at the Liberty. 
The Swans' early dominance was rewarded after Bony spun on the turn and fired past Julian Speroni with 15 minutes on the clock.
However, the Eagles were quick to respond as they equalised just 10 minutes later courtesy of a Mile Jedinak penalty.
Jonjo Shelvey fouled Marouane Chamakh in the area and the Eagles captain stepped up to bag his fifth goal in eight games.
After the break, neither side was able to carve out any clear-cut chances and both teams settled for a share of the spoils.

SWANS: Fabianski, Rangel, Bartley, Williams, Taylor, Ki Sung-Yueng, Shelvey, Routledge (Barrow, 65), Sigurdsson, Montero, Bony (Gomis, 75).

PALACE: Speroni, Ward, Dann, Hangeland, Puncheon (Zaha, 81), Jedinak, Ledley, Bolasie, Chamakh (Campbell, 66), Gayle (McArthur, 21).

Swansea 1-1 Crystal Palace
Barclays Premier League - Sunday, 2 March 2014
The Swans were forced to settle for a draw after Glenn Murray's late penalty cancelled Jonathan de Guzman's opener. 
The home side were cruising after the Dutchman put Garry Monk's side ahead inside 25 minutes, and they looked certain to double their tally but Wilfried Bony's first-time strike was brilliantly saved by Eagles goalkeeper Julian Speroni. 
Swansea pressed in the second half to put the game beyond doubt, but lacked a clinical edge. Their failure in front of goal was punished when Chico Flores was dismissed with eight minutes to go after referee Mike Dean adjudged the defender had fouled Glenn Murray in the box.
The striker then made no mistake from the spot to secure the Eagles' first away Premier League draw of the season.

SWANS: Vorm, Rangel, Davies, Britton, Chico, Williams (Amat, 70), Dyer, De Guzman, Bony (Lita, 63), Hernandez (Cana, 22), Routledge.

PALACE: Speroni, Ward, Parr (Thomas, 70), Jedinak, Dann, Delaney, Ince (Murray, 45), Dikgacoi, Chamakh (Jerome, 32), Ledley, Bolasie.

Swansea 3-0 Crystal Palace
Npower Championship - Saturday, 15 January 2011
Scott Sinclair bagged a brace to maintain the Swans' push for promotion as Palace were put to the sword at the Liberty. 
Sinclair was on hand for the game's opening goal as his cut-back found an unmarked Darren Pratley, the midfielder recorded his seventh goal of the season as his effort flew past Julian Speroni in goal. 
The Swans doubled their lead 11 minutes into the second half when Nathan Dyer was brought down by David Wright and Sinclair stepped up and slotted home with ease. 
The winger converted his second penalty just five minutes later when Steffen Iversen handled in the area, as victory propelled the Swans up to second in the table.

SWANS: De Vries, Williams, Tate, Rangel, Pratley, Dyer (Van der Gun, 85), Sinclair, Allen, Gower, Richards (Alfei, 89), Moore (Dobbie, 85).

PALACE: Speroni, Clyne, Wright, McCarthy, Gardner, Danns, Garvan, Dorman (Andrew, 57), Iversen (Easter, 61) Zaha, Counago (O'Keefe, 71).