Ancelotti's side are back in action on Wednesday with a home match against West Ham in the last 16 of the EFL Cup. They then host Brighton and Hove Albion in their next league match a week from now, the same day that Palace travel to London rivals Chelsea.
Everton beat Palace 2-1 at Selhurst Park to make it three wins from three as they top the Premier League table. All three goals arrived in the first half, with Richarlison converting a VAR-assisted penalty just before half-time after Kouyate had cancelled out Calvert-Lewin's opener. Calvert-Lewin wasted the only serious opportunity of a quieter second period.