That's it, Palace clinch an excellent away win to climb to 13th in the table, putting eight points between themselves and the relegation zone.
- Westwood is Burnley's only change; Hennessey and Wan-Bissaka among five to come in for Palace
- Burnley are five unbeaten at home in all competitions
- Palace have won their last two away games - at Leicester and in the FA Cup at Doncaster
- The two sides are level in the Premier League table on 30 points, with Palace 14th on goal difference
Wow! Peter Crouch almost pulled another one back for Burnley but his low strike is tipped round the far post by Wayne Hennessey.Copyright: Reuters
Three minutes are indicated before Andros Townsend fires too close to Tom Hetaon.
And just as I write that, Ashley Barnes pulls one back with a glancing header from Ashley Westwood's right-wing cross.Copyright: Reuters
There's a lot of empty seats now at Turf Moor as the hosts struggle to create any late chances.
Lats change for Palace as Michy Batshuayi comes off for fellow Belgium international Christian Benteke.
It's been a frustrating afternoon for Burnley striker Chris Wood and he comes off for Peter Crouch.
Palace aren't done yet. They're pushing for a fourth goal and Patrick van Aanholt volleys over from just inside the Burnley box.
Robbie Brady kicks the back of Wilfried Zaha's legs after he lays it off in the Palace half and the Palace forward gets up to confront Brady before being calmed down by his team-mates.
Rather sensibly, Roy Hodgson then takes Zaha off for Andros Townsend. Why not? Job done. Surely.
And Wilfried Zaha gets the goal his effort and class has deserved.
Cheikhou Kouyata squares to the Palace forward just outside the Burnley box and he runs at the home defence, turning Ben Mee and Charlie Taylor inside out, before firing a low striker past Tom Heaton from about 10 yards.
Again, the Burnley keeper had no chance.Copyright: PA
Dwight McNeil has had a quiet afternoon on the left of Burnley's midfield and comes off for Robbie Brady.
Ben Mee misjudges a defensive header, allowing Michy Batshuayi to race through on goal, but the Palace striker tries to take it round Tom Heaton and the ball goes out for a goal-kick.Copyright: Reuters
It's a like-for-like change by Palace boss Roy Hodgson as May Meyer makes way for fellow midfielder James McArthur.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson is fouled on the right wing but advantage is played and Phil Bardsley's cross is cleared, so too Ashley Westwood's follow-up.
Referee Lee Probert then books Palace midfielder Max Meyer for the foul.
Burnley loft a ball into the Palace six-yard box and Wayne Hennessy punches clear as far as Ashley Barnes, who turns a tame volley wide from about 10 yards.
James Tomkins heads clear from inside the Palace box but is then booked for dissent. The centre-half felt there was a high boot from a Burnley player as he made the header.
Palace are looking pretty solid at the back. And if it stays like this then the Eagles will register their 10th clean sheet of the season.
Only Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea have more in the Premier League.
Jeffrey Schlupp has room to run at the Burnley defence before pulling the trigger from just over 20 yards out.
His shot fizzes over the bar via Tom Heaton's fingertips.
The corner goes behind for a goal-kick.
Patrick van Aanholt tries his luck from just outside the Burnley box and it goes well over from the Dutch left-back.
Luka Milivojevic delivers an outswinging free-kick from the right and Burnley manage to clear from inside their six-yard box.