Crystal Palace vs Everton Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Preview

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Kick Off: 15:00 Hrs

Venue: Selhurst Park

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Crystal Palace vs Everton Match Prediction

By Dean Carr

Crystal Palace host Everton at Selhurst Park on 18/11/17 in an early season six-pointer between two struggling sides. Crystal Palace fell to a 1-0 loss at Tottenham in their last outing, as Everton incredibly came from behind to beat Watford 3-2 at Goodison Park. Read on for a full match preview complete with betting tips and predictions.

Betting Tips and Predictions

At the time of writing, Everton are yet to appoint a new manager and that lingering uncertainty can’t be good for their players. As for Palace, their performance against Spurs was positive yet badly highlighted their lack of a centre-forward and I’m expecting a draw in this clash.

Draw - 9/4
Both teams to score YES - 19/20

Everton saw over 1.5 goals in 9 out of their last 10 games played

AVG Goals

0.5

BTTS

Over 2.5

Over 3.5

Over 1.5 1H Goals

Over 1.5 2H Goals

Crystal Palace Form Guide

Crystal Palace Team Logo

Crystal Palace

Won

2

Draw

2

Lost

6
L H

16-09-2017

Premier League

Southampton Team Logo Southampton

FT 0 - 1

(HT 0 - 1)

W H

19-09-2017

EFL Cup

Huddersfield Town Team Logo Huddersfield Town

FT 1 - 0

(HT 1 - 0)

L A

23-09-2017

Premier League

Manchester City Team Logo Manchester City

FT 5 - 0

(HT 1 - 0)

L A

30-09-2017

Premier League

Manchester United Team Logo Manchester United

FT 4 - 0

(HT 2 - 0)

W H

14-10-2017

Premier League

Chelsea Team Logo Chelsea

FT 2 - 1

(HT 2 - 1)

L A

21-10-2017

Premier League

Newcastle United Team Logo Newcastle United

FT 1 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

L A

24-10-2017

EFL Cup

Bristol City Team Logo Bristol City

FT 4 - 1

(HT 2 - 1)

D H

28-10-2017

Premier League

West Ham United Team Logo West Ham United

FT 2 - 2

(HT 0 - 2)

L A

05-11-2017

Premier League

Tottenham Hotspur Team Logo Tottenham Hotspur

FT 1 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

D H

18-11-2017

Premier League

Everton Team Logo Everton

FT 2 - 2

(HT 2 - 2)

Everton Form Guide

Everton Team Logo

Everton

Won

1

Draw

3

Lost

6
D H

28-09-2017

Europa League Grp. E

Apollon Limassol Team Logo Apollon Limassol

FT 2 - 2

(HT 1 - 1)

L H

01-10-2017

Premier League

Burnley Team Logo Burnley

FT 0 - 1

(HT 0 - 1)

D A

15-10-2017

Premier League

Brighton & Hove Albion Team Logo Brighton & Hove Albion

FT 1 - 1

(HT 0 - 0)

L H

19-10-2017

Europa League Grp. E

Lyon Team Logo Lyon

FT 1 - 2

(HT 0 - 1)

L H

22-10-2017

Premier League

Arsenal Team Logo Arsenal

FT 2 - 5

(HT 1 - 1)

L A

25-10-2017

EFL Cup

Chelsea Team Logo Chelsea

FT 2 - 1

(HT 1 - 0)

L A

29-10-2017

Premier League

Leicester City Team Logo Leicester City

FT 2 - 0

(HT 2 - 0)

L A

02-11-2017

Europa League Grp. E

Lyon Team Logo Lyon

FT 3 - 0

(HT 0 - 0)

W H

05-11-2017

Premier League

Watford Team Logo Watford

FT 3 - 2

(HT 0 - 0)

D A

18-11-2017

Premier League

Crystal Palace Team Logo Crystal Palace

FT 2 - 2

(HT 2 - 2)

Crystal Palace Preview

For as much as Roy Hodgson was able to make his side look organised at Tottenham, the absence of a clinical centre-forward was most evident at Wembley Stadium as his side fell to a 1-0 loss against Mauricio Pochettino’s men. Palace had their chances in the game, most notably through Wilfried Zaha who failed to convert after rounding Paulo Gazzaniga and it is chances such as those that you simply cannot afford to miss against the top sides. Games often hinge on such moments and that proved to be the case here, as Heung-Min Son scored with Tottenham’s only shot on target, finding the back of the net via the inside of the post. As such, Hodgson is now four games without a win in all competitions, with the team as a whole losing all seven of their games away from home in league and cup matches. That said, they have won two and drawn one of their last three games at home, taking four points from a possible six in their last two Premier League games at Selhurst Park. On the face of it, Palace will almost be solely reliant on their home form of getting them out of danger, having still failed to score a single away goal in the league so far. Six points adrift of safety, a win here could do wonders for their confidence and belief heading into a crucial period of the season.

Crystal Palace Team News

Christian Benteke (knee) has returned to training and could be involved for Palace here. Ruben Loftus-Cheek (back) will be assessed after picking up a knock on England duty, while Patrick van Aanholt (hamstring) will be assessed. Connor Wickham (cruciate ligament) is ruled out.

Everton Preview

Everton suffered the highs and lows football so often throws up in one rollercoaster 90 minutes at Goodison Park after coming from behind to defeat Watford 3-2. Second-half efforts from Richarlison and Christian Kabasele left Everton 2-0 down with 25 minutes to play. However, David Unsworth’s side showed huge character to battle back as strikers Oumar Niasse and Dominic Calvert-Lewin drew them back on level terms, before nerves of steel saw Leighton Baines convert a 91st minute penalty to completely turn the game on its head. Tom Cleverley then dramatically missed from the spot minutes later as Everton somehow came away with a vital three points to move them up to 15th. As things currently stand, Unsworth will once again be in charge of the first team heading into this weekend ahead of another huge clash for the team and one they can’t afford to lose after such a positive result last time out. In order to win, the Toffees will need to turn around a terrible run of form on the road, having failed to win in any of their last 13 Premier League games away from home. However, the last away ground they did win at was Selhurst Park, coming in a 1-0 victory thanks to Seamus Coleman’s 87th minute strike almost 10 months to the day they will return to south London this weekend.

Everton Team News

Long-term absentees Seamus Coleman (broken leg) and Yannick Bolasie (cruciate ligament) have both returned to training, though this game is too soon for their return. James McCarthy and Tom Davies (both hamstring) are doubts, with Cuco Martina (concussion), Ramiro Funes Mori (knee) and Ross Barkley (hamstring) remain sidelined.

Crystal Palace Last 10 Games Stats

Win Draw Loss

AVG Goals

0.8

BTTS

Over 0.5

Over 1.5

Over 2.5

Over 3.5

BTTS + Win

BTTS + Draw

BTTS + Lose

Cleansheets

H/T Win

Won to Nil

Everton Last 10 Games Stats

Win Draw Loss

AVG Goals

1.2

BTTS

Over 0.5

Over 1.5

Over 2.5

Over 3.5

BTTS + Win

BTTS + Draw

BTTS + Lose

Cleansheets

H/T Win

Won to Nil

Crystal Palace vs Everton Sidelined Players

Crystal Palace
14 Chung-Yong Lee Injured
3 Patrick van Aanholt Injured
22 Jordon Mutch Injured
Everton
16 James McCarthy Injured
25 Ramiro Funes Mori Injured
8 Ross Barkley Injured
23 Seamus Coleman Injured
7 Yannick Bolasie Injured

Head to Head
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Probable Lineup

No. Pos Player m kg
1 GK Julian Speroni 186 87
2 LB Joel Ward 180 80
6 CD Scott Dann 188 76
12 CD Mamadou Sakho 187 83
15 RB Jeffrey Schlupp 178 72
18 LM James McArthur 168 64
4 CM Luka Milivojevic 182 78
8 RM Ruben Loftus-Cheek 192 83
7 CM Yohan Cabaye 175 72
11 CF Wilfried Zaha 180 66
10 CF Andros Townsend 181 76
No. Pos Player m kg
1 GK Jordan Pickford 185 77
43 LB Jonjoe Kenny 176 67
6 CD Phil Jagielka 183 83
3 RB Leighton Baines 170 74
4 CD Michael Keane 191 82
17 CDM Idrissa Gana Gueye 174 66
2 CDM Morgan Schneiderlin 181 75
12 CM Aaron Lennon 165 63
18 CM Gylfi Sigurdsson 186 79
31 CM Ademola Lookman 174 78
19 CF Baye Oumar Niasse 188 75