101 Great Goals prediction: Crystal Palace 2-0 BrightonCrystal Palace to Beat Brighton 2-0 is 8/1 with Bet365
Saturday’s match sees the side with the third-worst home record host the side with the third-worst away record.
Brighton have only managed to score 7 goals on the road this season, the worst tally in the division.
Crystal Palace vs Brighton betting tips: Who will win?
Crystal Palace are 19/20 to win at Selhurst Park.
Brighton are 3/1 to beat their rivals, while the draw is 23/10.First goal scorer tip: Wilf Zaha is 13/2 to score 1st with Bet365
Crystal Palace vs Brighton: Premier League preview
Crystal Palace host Brighton at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon.
Roy Hodgson’s side begin the weekend one place above the relegation zone following last weekend’s 2-2 draw at Bournemouth.
Palace twice took the lead through Luka Milivojevic and Wilfred Zaha before being pegged back by the Cherries.
Milivojevic now has scored in three consecutive matches and became the first Crystal Palace midfielder to score 10 Premier League goals in a season.
With four wins in 16, Palace have the third worst home record in the league this season.
Brighton drew 1-1 with Huddersfield at the Amex last weekend, putting an end to a run of three consecutive 2-0 defeats. An own goal from Jonas Lossl gave Brighton the lead, which lasted just three minutes. The Seagulls finished the match with 10 men after Davy Propper was sent off.
Palace and Brighton have already faced each other twice this season. November’s reverse fixture at the Amex finished goalless.
Brighton then knocked Crystal Palace out of the FA Cup in January with a 2-1 home win in the third round. Dale Stephens and Glenn Murray scored for the Seagulls, while Bakary Sako netted for Palace.Zaha & Murray to score plus the game to end in a draw: 22/1 with Ladbrokes
Crystal Palace team news vs Brighton
Christian Benteke is a doubt after pulling up in training last week.
Joel Ward could come back into contention but lacks match fitness.
Alexander Sortloth remains sidelined with a hamstring injury.
Bakary Sako, Jeffrey Schlupp, Scott Dann, Connor Wickham and Jason Puncheon are long-term absentees.
Brighton team news vs Crystal Palace
Anthony Knockaert is available again following a suspension.
Davy Propper will serve a three-match ban for his sending off last weekend.
Steve Sidwell and Izzy Brown are long-term absentees.
Glenn Murray will face his former club.Glenn Murray to score & Brighton win: 6/1 with William Hill
Crystal Palace predicted line-up vs Brighton
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