Team news ahead of Saturday's final Championship clash of the season between Crystal Palace and Cardiff at Selhust Park (kick-off 12.30pm).
Julian Speroni is the latest addition to Crystal Palace's casualty list ahead of the final-day clash.
The goalkeeper misses out after suffering a dislocated finger during the first half of last week's 2-2 draw at Reading, so Lewis Price will deputise.
Centre-half Paul McShane is struggling a hamstring injury and right-back Nathaniel Clyne is also doubtful after missing the Reading game with a knee problem.
Fellow defender Anthony Gardner is still out with hamstring trouble and joins midfielders Jonathan Williams, David Wright (both hamstring), Kagisho Dikgacoi (thigh) and Mile Jedinak (groin) in a crowded treatment room.
Youngsters Matt Parsons, Kyle De Silva, Antonio Pedroza, Stuart O'Keefe and Kwesi Appiah are set to be pressed into action again.
Cardiff have no new injury worries ahead of the crucial game.
The Bluebirds will guarantee their place in the play-offs with a victory at Selhurst Park, and they have the majority of their first-team squad to choose from as they look to secure sixth place in the table.
Striker Rudy Gestede could even return from a hip injury. The Frenchman, who recently penned a new deal with the Welsh club, has missed Cardiff's last four matches but could face Palace.
The Bluebirds will definitely be without midfielder Craig Conway, however, after the midfielder was ruled out for the remainder of the campaign after suffering ankle ligament damage during the 1-1 draw with Watford.
Don Cowie will be available to Malky Mackay after shrugging off a calf strain.