The lowest scoring of any outfit who managed to maintain a Premier League status last season, it beggars belief that Crystal Palace managed to clinch a mid-table finish in 2013-14.
Without Tony Pulis' trademark influence on defence, the side may struggle to balance things out in the campaign to come, Fraizer Campbell their only attacking acquisition from the summer months, albeit a good option to have.
The former Manchester United, Tottenham and Sunderland attacker joins up with Dwight Gayle, Glenn Murray and Marouane Chamakh, making for an extremely varied rabble of strikers.
For Gayle, this season is about eclipsing last season's feat of finishing as the Eagles' top scorer, not that his tally of seven league finishes was much to write home about compared to other mid-table sides.
Jason Puncheon tied that amount last term and will again look to have a direct threat from midfield, while Murray is hoping to put an injury-ridden couple of years behind him.
Chamakh's dizzying drop from brighter days at the Emirates Stadium hasn't left him in the most glamorous of lights as a prolific finisher, either.
One thing all these strikers have in common is that they've all enjoyed high-scoring form in the past, be it at Selhurst Park or elsewhere, but those streaks need to be revived if the Londoners are to do better than last season's abysmal scoring run.