Southampton and Crystal Palace are drawing 0-0 in their Premier League match at half time.
Southampton are playing out a goalless draw with Crystal Palace in the Premier League, with the score 0-0 at half time.
It was the home side who conjured the game's first chance as Morgan Schneiderlin headed over the keeper following a long ball, but Joel Ward did brilliantly to intercept and clear off the line.
Palace missed an opportunity to go in front when Barry Bannan picked up a loose ball inside the box, but he smashed his shot straight into a Southampton player.
Southampton produced a good move midway through the half when Pablo Osvaldo found Adam Lallana, who laid it off for Ricky Lambert, but the England striker fired over from the edge of the box.
Marouane Chamakh thought that he had won a penalty having been supposedly brought down in the box, only for the referee to book the striker for a dive.
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