Dominic Calvert-Lewin might have to be the focal point for the Merseysiders on Saturday afternoon, as the Sheffield-born striker has two goals in his last three Premier League appearances (per TransferMarkt).
"Richarlison is turning into the best player up front in the Premier League, we saw that with the goal he scored and the header he got for the second goal so I think that's a big relief because goals are going to make the difference in any team".
"Now our position in the table is good and we can dream about fighting for the Europa League in the next games", Allardyce said.
The Toffees were in the relegation zone when Marco Silva was sacked in December, but victory against Palace - who have now lost three in a row - leaves Everton just five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea.
"We know what we have to do". Maybe dribble a little bit more before they pass it, just to get us up the pitch.
Although Palace began promisingly, with Patrick van Aanholt's scruffy shot hitting the post, Everton went ahead after 18 minutes when Theo Walcott created space to deliver a ideal cross for Bernard's controlled volley.
Palace levelled through Christian Benteke's first top-flight goal since last April six minutes after half-time.
"Disgusting. I was disappointed with myself", said Pickford, who later made amends with a fine save to preserve Everton's lead at 2-1. During it he turns the camera towards a man of Asian appearance before panning to a bottle of antiseptic hand wash captioned: 'This virus gunna have to be quicker than that to catch me.' In a statement, Alli said: 'It wasn't amusing.
"As a person, I don't let it affect me".
"We have to thank Richarlison because he scored a fantastic goal on the counter-attack. We know they have this quality, Richarlison is a fantastic player on the counter attack, he used that situation really well".