Albion have a massive extra incentive to secure their first win over Crystal Palace under Graham Potter.

Success at Selhurst Park would send the Seagulls TOP of the Premier League.

Chelsea and Manchester United both lost 1-0 in early kick-offs today, to Manchester City and Aston Villa respectively.

That gave Liverpool the chance to go three points clear at the top – and four ahead of the Seagulls – by winning at Brentford.

But they let slip leads of 2-1 and 3-2 to draw 3-3 in West London.

Bees’ substitute Yoane Wissa hauled them level for a second time from close range with nine minutes remaining.

That still leaves Liverpool top, two points ahead of Albion.

Potter’s men have slipped to sixth in the table after wins for Manchester City and Everton, who beat Norwich 2-0.

Wins for Villa and West Ham, at Leeds, put them hot on Albion's heels.

Albion take on Palace at 8pm on Monday.

Before that, Albion’s women aim to STAY top of the table as they host Aston Villa in the FA WSL at Crawley tomorrow (2pm).