Apr 20, 2013 at 3pm UK at ​Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace
2-2
LeicesterLeicester City
Gabbidon (26'), Dobbie (67')
Moxey (23'), Delaney (31'), Dikgacoi (82')
FT(HT: 1-1)
King (37'), Wood (73')
James (45')

Half-Time Report: Crystal Palace, Leicester City level at the break

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway on November 27, 2012
© PA Photos
It's all square between Crystal Palace and Leicester City at the break in their Championship clash at Selhurst Park.

It is all square between Crystal Palace and Leicester City at the break in their Championship clash at Selhurst Park.

Palace started the game strongly and could have been ahead when a Stephen Dobbie free kick was headed towards his own net by Matty James but Kaspar Schmeichel made a good save.

Leicester forced their way back into the game but wasted decent openings as Paul Konchesky dragged an effort wide of the post, and minutes later Andy King lifted a shot over the bar.

Ian Holloway's side took the lead when Dobbie lifted a free kick into the penalty area and Danny Gabbidon rose highest in the box and headed the ball past Schmeichel.

The visitors got their equaliser within minutes as Konchesky and Lloyd Dyer combined down the left to set up King in the area for him to fire past Julian Speroni.

Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway applauds fans before kick-off on February 16, 2013
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