After losing the opening three games of the season, Bruno Lage's side has rocketed up the table following a good run of form leaving them seventh in the league table- only four points off the Champions League spots.
This victory did come last time out as they unexpectedly earned three points on the road to defending champions Manchester City so they will certainly be opposition to be taken seriously.
For the home side, despite Eberechi Eze playing 62 minutes for the under 23's on Monday, he may need more time to get back to full fitness meaning that he is unlikely to make a feature over the weekend.
Crystal Palace (4-3-3):
Guaita,Ward, Andersen Guehi, Mitchell, Milivojevic, McArthur, Gallagher, Olise, Zaha, Edouard
Sa, Kilman, Coady, Saiss,Semedo,Ait-Nouri, Neves, Moutinho, Trincao, Hee-Chan, Jimenez
Ones to watch
Crystal Palace: Conor Gallagher
The on-loan Chelsea man, who spent last season on loan with relegated West Bromwich Albion, has been a bright spark for Palace so far this season after having earned five-goal contributions in nine top-flight games ( 3 goals, two assists).
The 21-year old's direct approach and his ability to be able to take on and beat his man is something that creates space for the dangerous Wilfried Zaha and Odsonne Edouard leading to decent clear cut opportunities.
He is certainly someone that Lage will have to consider in his pre-match planning and the likes of Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker will really have to be on their game to ensure he isn't allowed room in dangerous areas.
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Hwang Hee-Chan
Since arriving on loan from RB Leipzig, the forward has netted four times in the league from seven appearances (five of which were starts).
He is someone that likes to receive the ball and is confident in his own dribbling ability and from the left-hand side can cause a threat in the attacking positions, releasing room in the box for the dangerous Raul Jimenez.
Out of possession, the 25-year-old is happy to press and close down the spaces again leading to promising opportunities out of nothing for the Wanderers.
The last time the two sides met, an Eze strike on the hour mark was the difference between the two sides as the Eagles ran out as 1-0 winners.
Before that victory though Palace had lost three out of the last four against Wolves, with them only earning one point in that time.
During that period they had only managed to net once which came in a 1-1 draw in September 2019 meaning that despite defeat last time out at Selhurst Park, their recent history against this weekend's opponents will strike Lage's outfit with confidence.
Where to watch on TV
However, updates will be provided on BBC's Final Score and Sky SportsGilletes Soccer Saturday.
As well as this, highlights will be available from 5:15 pm on the SkySports Youtube channel.