Julian Speroni: No hiding the fact he was at fault for the Ipswich goal, dropping the ball straight to Peters. Was better in the second half and claimed the ball comfortably then. 5

Nathaniel Clyne: Nothing seems to faze this young man and he impressed again with a calm and composed performance. Danny Butterfield will find it hard to get his place back. 8

Jose Fonte: Took his goal really well but had his fair share of jittery moments at the back and had to be helped out by Davis a fair few times. 6

Claude Davis: Took no prisoners and his no-nonsense approach to defending is a good contrast to Fonte. Stupidly booked though and misses Swansea now. 8

Clint Hill: Out of form at the minute and looked unsure what to do in the first half, giving Ipswich too much time to cross the ball. Will have to up his game if he plays in the centre on Monday. 6

Freddie Sears: Playing wide on the right he was pretty anonymous for the first 40 minutes but showed a few neat touches after that. Missed his kick when given half a chance in front of goal. 6

Shaun Derry: Battled hard but his passing deserted him again and he wasted two or three free kicks by overhitting them. 6

Neil Danns: Lost his place a little bit in the first half as Ipswich controlled the midfield. Took his goal really well though. 7

Darren Ambrose: Like Sears on the other wing he was nowhere to be seen for the first 40 minutes but enjoyed the space after Stead's sending off. Hit the bar with a free kick and set up Moses for third goal. 7

Alan Lee: Worked his socks off as usual and won almost everything in the air which is his main job. Offered very little on the ground though and should have done better with header in the first half. 7

Victor Moses: A class above everyone else again and Ipswich could not get near him at times. Almost scored another sensational goal when he took on the whole defence but did get his name on the scoresheet at the end. Man of the match. 9


Johnny Ertl (Sears, 70): Palace were better once he came on after Ipswich looked like getting back in the game. 7

Calvin Andrew (Lee, 90): No time.