Here, Sports Mole takes a closer look at the action between the two teams in South Wales.
On target: 5
On target: 4
Was the result fair?
This was a classic game of two halves in which a point apiece seemed the most reasonable outcome. Swansea were in control during the first half, but Palace fought back after the break to earn a deserved share of the spoils.
Garry Monk's side dominated the opening 45 minutes with some incisive passing and plenty of energy across all areas of the pitch. However, they failed to convert their huge share of possession into more than one goal. Had they done that then it could well have meant three points for the South-Wales club. Instead, their wastefulness in the final third allowed Palace a way back into the match - something which they capitalised on after the break as the hosts faded. This will seem like two points lost rather than a point gained for the Swans.
The visitors were poor during the first half as they found it difficult to get near Swansea. Palace struggled to get on the ball and spent most of the opening 45 minutes inside their own half. That all changed in the second half though as the introduction of Glenn Murray saw them show a bit more ambition up front. Their football was not the prettiest (as you might expect) but it was effective in securing them what could be an important point come the end of the season.
Sports Mole's man of the match
Glenn Murray: The Palace striker changed the complexion of the game when he came on at half time as his enthusiasm allowed the visitors to play a more direct style. He showed good stamina to keep running the channels in attack and was ultimately rewarded by winning the penalty which he converted to seal the away side a point.
Mike Dean's biggest decision was the Palace penalty, and it seemed like he got that one right. Overall, the official gave a firm and competent display.
Swansea: The Swans return to action on March 15 when they host West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League.
Palace: The Eagles' Premier League campaign continues on Saturday at home to Southampton.