There has been a goal in the 89th minute or later in the Cherries’ last six PL matches, with four of those strikes affecting the result.
The latest of those was scored by AFC Bournemouth’s Jermain Defoe, who holds the PL record for goals registered in or after the 90th minute.
The 35-year-old achieved that feat for the 15th time with his added-time equaliser at Watford on Saturday.
This will all be a concern for Palace, who have unfortunately become accustomed to late agony recently.
Last weekend the Eagles became the first team to lose three consecutive home PL matches to goals conceded in the final 10 minutes.
As a result, Roy Hodgson’s side have been denied four valuable points in their fight against relegation.
However, Palace have also benefited from late goals, scoring eight themselves in the final 10 minutes of matches.