Brighton have conceded in each of their last 12 Premier League games - the longest current run without a clean sheet in the division.
Over the intervening years there have been countless more incidents to keep the fires burning - whether it be the regular crowd trouble, one game bizarrely containing five penalties - a lot of them missed - and a pile of human excrement reportedly being left on the Palace dressing-room floor before their Wilfried Zaha-inspired 2-0 play-off victory en route to Wembley and the Premier League in 2013.
The Seagulls came close to levelling the scores just before the hour mark, as Glenn Murray stretched to get his foot on Kayal's looping cross towards the far post, however his effort went narrowly wide of Hennessey's right-hand post.
Trump's lawyer denies visiting Prague during 2016 campaign
Cohen has said that he was in Los Angeles visiting universities with his son when the dossier claims he was overseas. Prosecutors said the investigation focuses on Cohen's "own business dealings" rather than his work as an attorney.
"I feel like there's no need for us to have the debate". The Eagles have been hindered by notable injuries over the last few months and the recent return of influential attacker Wilfried Zaha is a welcome boost. Given their subsequent problems - through fitness and form - with various strikers, it must be galling for Palace they allowed Murray to leave for just £5million two-and-a-half years ago. However that run-in sees them face all of the Premier League's top four sides, along with making the trip to an in-form Burnley. Zaha is now the league's most prolific penalty victor after he won his fourth penalty of the season against Liverpool last weekend.
Swansea moved five points ahead of Southampton after a 1-1 home draw with Everton.
In Saturday's late games, Liverpool hosts Bournemouth and runaway leader Manchester City is at Tottenham.
Down 2-0, Wild faces 'huge' game against Winnipeg
It won't be an easy task by any means for the Wild, though, considering they were outshot 83-37 in Games 1 and 2 combined. He was also asked about that after the game and whether he was - and still is - out to prove something about himself.
'It is a big game for the fans and because of the table it makes it bigger, ' admits skipper Lewis Dunk.
But with local bragging rights on the line, as well as precious points, Palace boss Hodgson knows the pressure that his players will be under after previously steering West Brom and Fulham to survival.
'It's not a classic type of derby; it's one that means more to both clubs than to people outside it.
Facebook Stories adds AR drawing and Boomerang
Instagram had recently copied the Snapchat to add the signature Stories feature, now it is Facebook that has adopted the same. It launched its suite of AR effects and developer kits for various applications at the F8 conference in April past year .