Wayne Routledge could make his debut in black and white against his boyhood club when Crystal Palace come to town Wednesday (for whoever didn't read the transfer thread, he signed a few hours ago). Crystal Palace come in with a little bit of turmoil, as the Selhurst Park outfit entered administration earlier today, placing them two places above the drop zone from ninth in the league. Palace have a six-match unbeaten run, while our 14-match string was just snapped. We do however have a 12-match unbeaten mark in the league. (Hey, BBC, need a writer? ) Danny Simpson and Steven Taylor are out, while I doubt Shola will figure either having been subbed off after being subbed on during the FA Cup game at WBA on Saturday. Butt and Barton are also out and Ryan Taylor is suspended. Lovenkrands should be back, but who knows if he will play. Four goals in two games is tough to argue against though. For Palace, Sean Scannell, Paddy McCarthy and Darryl Flavahan are all out. Claude Davis and Clint Hill are both doubtful. They do have ex-Mag Darren Ambrose, who has 14 goals to his name. Other tidbits: - Palace have won at SJP just once in 37 years. - Newcastle have the last remaining unbeaten home record in the Championship. - Newcastle have gone four games without conceding a goal to Palace, winning three of them 2-0. My predicted lineup: Harper, Enrique, Kadar, Coloccini, Tavernier, Jonas, Smith, Nolan, Guthrie, Carroll, Lovenkrands. Subs: Krul, Tozer, Morris, LuaLua, Pancrate, Routledge, Ranger. Predicted result: 2-1.