101 Great Goals prediction: Crystal Palace 2-1 Burnley
The last time Crystal Palace played at Selhurst Park they held Manchester City to their first goalless draw of the season.
As for Burnley, they’ve hit a bit of sticky patch. They’ve lost their last two games in the row, while the Clarets are without a win in six games.
Crystal Palace vs Burnley: Who will win
Crystal Palace are evens to win the match. Burnley are 3/1 while the draw is 23/10.
Back BTTS at 11/10 or bet against at 4/6.
Over 2.5 goals is 11/8, while under is 4/7.
Crystal Palace half-time, Crystal Palace full-time is 23/10.
Crystal Palace vs Burnley: Premier League preview
When the sides met at Turf Moor earlier in the season Burnley won 1-0. Chris Wood scored on his Premier League debut.
And that was the last time Frank De Boer was Crystal Palace’s manager. He was sacked the next day.
Palace have since enjoyed an incredible turnaround in the English top flight.
After losing their first seven matches without scoring, Palace are 14th in the division and two points clear of the bottom three.
Are the Eagles going down? While many seem confident Palace are going to avoid relegation this season, one bad week could change the atmosphere in south London considerably.
Saying that, prior to the FA Cup defeat at Brighton on Monday, the Eagles only had one defeat in 11 games.
Are Burnley there for taking? Liverpool and Man City have beaten the Clarets in their last two matches. While 2017 finished off with a defeat to Tottenham and draws against Man United and Huddersfield.
Yet Burnley are still seventh in the table and they are just five points behind Arsenal.
Burnley have also emerged victorious from their last three matches against Palace.
Crystal Palace team news vs Burnley
The injuries are racking up for Roy Hodgson.
Indeed the Eagles have six players already ruled out for the Burnley game.
At the back Mamadou Sakho, Scott Dann and Jeffrey Schlupp are all out with long term problems.
Jason Puncheon and Andros Townsend are also long term injury problems, while Connor Wickham is not yet ready to return.
Joel Ward and Ruben Loftus-Cheek are in with a chance of playing in the Burnley game.
Burnley team news vs Crystal Palace
Burnley signed Georges-Kévin NKoudou from Tottenham this week on loan until the end of the season. He’s in line for his debut on Saturday, most likely from the bench.
Chris Wood and Stephen Ward have been ruled out for the Palace game.
Tom Heaton and Robbie Brady are long term absentees.
Ben Mee and Scott Arfield should be return to action after injuries.
Crystal Palace predicted line-up vs Burnley
Burnley predicted line-up vs Crystal Palace
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