Selhurst shut-out means Palace must win at the Britannia Stadium to set up mouth-watering tie
Teaser: Wilfried Zaha teases the Stoke City defence in a way only he knows how - but on this occasion he would not be able to make the breakthrough SP72883
First touch: Jason Banton, a second half substitution for Yannick Bolasie, exercises close control SP72883
Peter of the Palace: Ramage and Ryan Shawcross are about to clash SP72883
Not this time: Andre Moritz, who scored twice in Palace's last outing at Selhurst Park, could not repeat the feat against Stoke City SP72883
Crystal Palace and Stoke City will have to meet again after a 0-0 draw in the third round of the FA Cup.
The replay at The Britannia Stadium is on January 15, and the winners will be rewarded with a fourth round clash against Premier League champions Manchester City at home.