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Match facts: Crystal Palace v Hull City (English Premier League)

Ahram Online provided a live score coverage for Sunday's match between Crystal Palace and Hull City in the 37th matchday of the English Premier League

Ahram Online , Sunday 14 May 2017
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Southampton's Ryan Bertrand in action with Hull City's Ahmed Elmohamady. (Reuters)
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Full time: Crystal Palace 4-0 Hull City
Scorers: Zaha 3, Benteke 37,  Milivojevic 85pen, Aanholt 90

Yellow cards:
Cabaye 37, Puncheon 41 (Crystal Palace)
Robertson 40, N'Diaye 80, Dawson 84, Davies 87, Clucas 90 (Hull City)

Starting lineups:

Crystal Palace: W. Hennessey; J. Tomkins (Delaney 89), M. Kelly, J. Ward, Y. Cabaye (McArthur 62), J. Puncheon, A. Townsend (Aanholt 75), L. Milivojevic, W. Zaha, C. Benteke, J. Schlupp

Hull City: E. Jakupovic; M. Dawson, A. Ranocchia (Maloney 46), H. Maguire (Davies 50), A. Robertson (Bowen 46), Evandro, Ahmed El Mohamady, A. N'Diaye, S. Clucas, K. Grosicki, O. Niasse

Venue: Selhurst Park (London)

Referee: Martin Atkinson

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