Steve Kember's testimonial will see Crystal Palace's current first-team take on a Palace All Stars XI on Tuesday, May 11.

Widely regarded as Mr Crystal Palace, Kember played 295 games for the club, and managed the side three times to become a huge favourite with supporters.

In a superb night, Palace legends Ian Wright and Attilio Lombardo have confirmed they will be playing for the All Stars XI. And former Palace bosses Steve Coppell and Ray Lewington will be managing the sides.

As a warm up, a Palace Veterans side will play Chelsea Veterans at 7pm.

Tickets are already on sale call 08712 0000 71 and show your support for an Eagles legend.

Palace have five first-team players away on international duty this week.

Australian centre back Tony Popovic is away in Caracas to play against Venezuela on Wednesday evening, but should be back in time for Saturday's clash at Derby.

Northern Ireland's new boss Lawrie Sanchez has selected midfielder Michael Hughes for their game against Norway at Windsor Park also on Wednesday.

Kit Symons was handed a late call-up on Monday by Mark Hughes for the midweek international against Scotland.

England U19s head coach Dick Bate included Gary Borrowdale and Wayne Routledge in his 18-man squad to face Holland on Tuesday, to prepare for April's UEFA U19 Championship qualifiers for the Finals in Switzerland in July.

Palace reserves recorded a 3-0 win over Southend last Wednesday evening. A Tommy Black strike gave the Eagles the lead before further goals from Tom Soares and Gareth Williams (pen) sealed the points.