Palace await their FA Cup fate after victory over West Brom
Crystal Palace could face FA Cup holders Wigan Athletic after securing passage to the fourth round on Saturday.
Goals from Dwight Gayle and Marouane Chamakh in a 2-0 win saw Palace past West Brom at the Hawthorns.
With Wigan Athletic and MK Dons facing a replay following a 2-2 draw, Palace must wait their fate.
Despite overcoming the tricky trip to the Midlands, boss Tony Pulis was disappointed not to score more goals.
"Dwight Gayle is a goalscorer and he took his chance ever so well but we were disappointed we didn't get a few more and late on with the introduction of two subs we looked the better team and a real threat going forward," he told the club's website.
"It was always going to be tough coming to a Premier League side away from home but I thought the lads stuck at it really well and in the second half West Brom got more into the game and we defended with our lives at times.
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"Overall we created some very good opportunities and can take positives from a game in which we made some changes.
"I gave Hiram Boateng his first start of the season, he gave us a good hour, and was really pleaed with him and other lads got the chance to be in the team from the start."
He added: "Julian [Speroni] made some good saves and in particular one outstanding one but that is what you are hoping you are paying him to do, overall it was a great team performance with everyone working hard.
"We had a little bit of luck when we needed it and could have been more clinical at times where the final pass let us down but apart from that I am really pleased."