Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa team news: Glasner and Emery name lineups on Premier League final day

Oliver Glasner and Unai Emery have named their starting lineups and substitutes ahead of the final fixture of the 2023/24 Premier League season.

Aston Villa arrive at Crystal Palace this afternoon with a spring in their step after securing Champions League qualification for next campaign. There’s not a great deal to play for in the standings but Emery and his men will be keen to round off this Premier League term on a high regardless.

Palace head into this clash as one of the most in-form teams in the entire division, with 13 points claimed out of the last 15 available. Only relentless title chasers Arsenal and Manchester City have maintained a better record over that period, both with a perfect five-game win streak.

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Emery has opted for plenty of rotation this afternoon, giving fringe players the opportunity to shine. Calum Chambers comes in for a surprise start in midfield, while Robin Olsen, Clement Lenglet and Jhon Duran come in for Emiliano Martinez, Pau Torres and Leon Bailey. Here are the two teams in full.

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa lineups

Palace XI: Dean Henderson (GK); Daniel Muñoz, Joachim Andersen, Marc Guehi, Chris Richards, Nathaniel Clyne, Tyrick Mitchell; Chris Richards, Adam Wharton; Michael Olise, Eberechi Eze; Jean-Philippe Mateta.

Palace subs: Remi Matthews (GK), James Tomkins, Joel Ward, Jefferson Lerma, Jeffrey Schlupp, David Ozoh, Jairo Riedewald, Jordan Ayew, Odsonne Edouard.

Villa XI: Robin Olsen (GK); Ezri Konsa, Diego Carlos, Clement Lenglet, Lucas Digne; Calum Chambers, Douglas Luiz, John McGinn, Moussa Diaby; Jhon Duran, Ollie Watkins.

Villa subs: Joe Gauci (GK), Lander Emery, Pau Torres, Kaine Kesler-Hayden, Tim Iroegbunam, Finley Munroe, Omari Kellyman, Kadan Young.

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