Crystal Palace came from behind to win for the first time since March as they beat ten-man Ipswich Town 3-1 at Selhurst Park.

Goals from Jose Fonte, Neil Danns, and Victor Moses secured the win but the Eagles were hardly convincing and were indebted to the referee for the harsh red card he showed Jon Stead in the first half.

Palace fell behind when the usually impeccable Julian Speroni spilled a cross at the feet of Jaime Peters who shot into an empty net.

Palace were gifted a route back into the game when Damien Delaney cleared Moses' long throw into the back of team mate Owen Garvan and the ball fell kindly to Fonte to score his first goal of the season.

A minute later Ipswich were reduced to 10 men when Stead was adjudged to have gone in dangerously on Freddie Sears, though replays showed his studs were not showing.

Palace pushed forward in the second half and duly got their second when Shaun Derry beautifully teed up Danns to slot home.

Arran Lee-Barett produced a number of saves to keep Ipswich in the game before Moses scored his fifth goal in six games to secure the win.

In what could be his last appearance for Palace at Selhurst Park, Moses finished with confidence after Darren Ambrose set him up.