Crystal Palace V Hull at Selhurst Park - LIVE

Crystal Palace V Hull - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game live.Lee returns for EaglesLee Chung-yong could feature for Crystal Palace for the first time since his January move from Bolton after recovering from a foot fracture in time for Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash with Hull.Jordon Mutch is also expected to be involved at Selhurst Park after hip trouble.Strikers Marouane Chamakh and Fraizer Campbell will miss out again, however

Both players are back in training after hamstring trouble but are not yet ready to return.Alan Pardew accepts "it is almost impossible" for Palace to match Hull's motivation as the visitors fight for their Premier League lives.Hull only sit above the Premier League relegation zone by virtue of superior goal difference over Leicester, and are still to face Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United.Palace can still better last term's highest-ever Premier League finish of 11th, leaving boss Pardew wary of the difference in Saturday's desperation stakes."It's almost impossible for our motivation levels to be the same as those of Hull," said Pardew."And I can tell you that quite freely."That's not a lack of professionalism, it's just the nature of how it is, the position they're in and the position we're in."It's difficult for players and teams who have secured safety, like ourselves, to keep the professionalism needed because you can bet your life that Hull's desire is going to be 10 out of 10."Steve Bruce has revealed that Hull players will have their salaries slashed by up to 50 per cent if they are relegated.The Tigers boss said: "We are a newly-promoted club who have been in the Premier League about 20 months so we always knew we were going to be up against it."Everybody concerned takes a huge reduction in salary

The club has had a really, really stringent policy so that if we do get relegated the club doesn't fall into drastic times which a lot of clubs do."Most players take a 40 and 50 per cent reduction in their salary which is key throughout it all

So we are all realistic to know that yes we want to avoid going into the Championship but we have made sensible provisions, our budget is pretty stringent, so that the club doesn't leak into the realms it was before and I think that is very important for a club like ours."Bruce's hopes of Mo Diame providing a welcome boost on return from a lengthy knee injury have yet to be realised however, and the Senegal midfielder again complained of pain in his knee in training this week."He has been out for five months and he is still not 100 per cent," said Bruce

"And we know that if you are not 100 per cent you cannot perform in this league."It's a crying shame as we have missed him."Andy Robertson (ankle) and Curtis Davies (thigh) are still out for Hull while Alex Bruce's badly broken nose makes him a doubt

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