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We asked you for your thoughts on Tuesday's match between Crystal Palace and Sheffield United.

Here are some of your comments:

Palace fans

Sam: Bizarre game really. Palace were totally reliant on the class of Eze and Olise. There was not a lot of overall team structure, especially without the ball. Great to see Ozoh getting more game time, he looks a real talent. Sheffield United showed heart but were defensively very poor. We won't win many games defending like we did in this one.

Lee: Olise and Eze were a different class. Both are worth £80m each to us. Why did Roy put Schlupp on when Franca was a like-for-like substitute? I don't know. It just proves how stubborn and stuck in his ways he is.

Simon: We won, but once again it was a struggle. This doesn't bode well for Roy. Only a dominant win would ease the pressure and I don't think this performance alone will do that. Better teams will pick us off. Now we've got some key matches against Burnley, Everton and Brighton. A minimum of seven points are needed. We are a two-man team which, after 10 years and heavy investment, isn't good enough.

Daniel: It's great to get the win but, the way the game ended, I felt like Palace drew. I love Roy, I will always love Roy, but those substitutes just killed everything going for us. If Olise had to go off, bring on Franca. If Eze had to go off, bring on Edouard. Richards is a decent centre-back, a good central-midfielder, but is exposed badly as a right-back.

Sheffield United fans

Tom: Glimmers of hope but it’s hope for next season in the Championship. This is progress, we looked like we were a League One side earlier in the season. I'm still astonished by how little we get from the referees though. We get yellows for the slightest touch and no fouls the other way. It’s not like opponents need help to beat us.

Andrew: Palace were far superior. We got lucky with the second goal. Chris Wilder is the wrong choice for us, he should never have been asked back.

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