Date: 10th May 2014 at 9:00pm
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The curtain comes down on Crystal Palace’s season on Sunday afternoon with an away game.

What will go down as a successful season for Palace, and rightly so, sees them end against relegated Fulham at Craven Cottage tomorrow afternoon.

Kostas Mitroglou made his Fulham return from the bench last weekend in the defeat to Tony Pulis’ former side Stoke City, which relegated them, and he could be a starter. Damien Duff has had a long-term knee injury and won’t play again this season, or for Fulham with him leaving in the summer.

Pulis has a fully fit squad to select from now that Cameron Jerome, who missed the incredible three-three draw with Liverpool on Monday, is back from illness. Kagisho Dikgacoi will be able to feature again and Tom Ince could make his farewell Palace appearance?

Dwight Gayle’s double could earn him a start.

The final game that Ian Holloway had in charge was the four-one defeat to Fulham earlier in the season, a repeat of that isn’t that likely is it?

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