They responded to that loss with a decent draw away at Liverpool last time out.
Here is how they could line up against Villa....
GK: Vicente Guaita
The Spaniard put in a solid performance against Liverpool but couldn’t do anything about the Reds’ goal.
RB: Nathaniel Clyne
He has started both games so far this season at right-back.
CB: Joachim Andersen
The defender was on the receiving end of Darwin Nunez’s headbutt and is thankfully alright.
CB: Marc Guehi
He unfortunately scored an own goal against Arsenal in the last home match.
LB: Tyrick Mitchell
Like Clyne, he has also started both matches so far this term.
CM: Cheick Doucoure
He has made a decent impression so far having moved to Crystal Palace from RC Lens earlier in the transfer window.
CM: Jeffrey Schlupp
The former Leicester City man provides useful pace and power in the centre of midfield.
RW: Jordan Ayew
He tends to get a lot of starts for the Eagles.
CAM: Ebe Eze
The attacking midfielder will be hoping he can cause Aston Villa some problems as he looks to stamp his mark on the 2022/23 campaign.
LW: Wilfried Zaha
He opened his account for the season with a cool finish past Alisson in front of the Kop last time out.
ST: Odsonne Edouard
Patrick Viera has a decision to make as to who to start up front, with Jean-Phillipe Mateta waiting in the wings as well.