Crystal Palace vs Derby betting tips
This article covers Crystal Palace versus Derby betting tips and predictions ahead of Sunday’s action in the FA Cup 3rd round.
Also included is a thorough Crystal Palace vs Derby betting preview.
Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.
Crystal Palace vs Derby: What are the betting odds?
Crystal Palace vs Derby betting tips: Who will win?
Crystal Palace are overwhelming favourites to win at 7/10.
Derby County are priced at 17/4 to win.
The draw is priced at 13/5.
If Derby are to win, the draw-Derby half time/full time is 11/1.
Crystal Palace’s James Daly the shortest priced first goalscorer at 13/5.
It’s 10/1 for an own goal to be scored in the game.
Crystal Palace vs Derby betting tips: Recommended bets
Crystal Palace vs Derby betting prediction: Crystal Palace 2 – Derby 0
Crystal Palace vs Derby: Match preview
Crystal Palace and Derby County are set to go head-to-head in an FA Cup 3rd round clash on Sunday the 5th of January.
Both sides are entering this year’s competition in the 3rd round.
Crystal Palace have never lifted the FA Cup but they have been runners-up twice in their history, the latest time being in the 2015/16 campaign when they lost out to Manchester United in the final by two goals to one.
Derby, on the other hand, have lifted the cup once all the way back in 1946.
Heading into the tie it is probably Crystal Palace who are boasting the better form out of the two sides.
The Eagles are having a fairly successful 2019/20 Premier League campaign.
Roy Hodgson’s side have spent much of the campaign around the middle of the table but a string of wins could see them push up into a Europa League spot.
But while Palace are in pretty decent form this season, Derby County are languishing at the wrong end of the Championship.
Frank Lampard would guide the Rams to the Championship play-off final last season.
However, since Lampard made the return to Chelsea, Derby’s form has nosedived and it is hard to see them getting anywhere close to the play-offs this term.
Crystal Palace vs Derby: Head to head
The last time these two outfits faced off was all the way back in 2013. Crystal Palace beat Derby 1-0 in a Championship clash in March of that year.
In total, Palace and Derby have gone head-to-head 67 times across all competitions.
It is Derby who come out on top in the head-to-head stats with the Championship outfit boasting 30 victories over the Eagles.
Palace have beaten Derby 20 times throughout their history with the remaining 17 ties ending as draws.
Crystal Palace team news vs Derby
Crystal Palace have a long list of injury absentees.
Andros Townsend and Jeffrey Schlupp are both sidelined with groin problems.
At the back, the Eagles are without Gary Cahill (knee), Joel Ward (knee) and Scott Dann (calf).
In addition, Mamadou Sakho damaged his hamstring in the draw at Norwich.
Patrick van Aanholt has a thigh injury, while Christian Benteke is nursing a strain.
Conor Wickham is set to start for the Eagles.
Derby team news vs Crystal Palace
Phillip Cocu now has Wayne Rooney in his squad, although England’s record goalscorer lacks match fitness.
Krystian Bielik and Tom Lawrence are both available for the Rams after suspension.
Predicted Crystal Palace line-up vs Derby
Predicted Derby line-up vs Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace last five games: DLWDD
Crystal Palace have three draws, one defeat and one win in their last five outings.
The Eagles drew with rivals Brighton 1-1, before Palace lost 1-0 at Newcastle United.
Crystal Palace rebounded with a 2-1 home win over West Ham on Boxing Day.
In their last two matches, the Eagles have drawn 1-1 away at Southampton and Norwich.
Derby last five games: LLDWW
The close of 2019 was rough for the Rams.
Derby suffered successive defeats to Millwall and Reading.
The Rams drew 1-1 away at Wigan, before claiming a 2-1 home win over Charlton.
On Thursday night, Derby beat Charlton 2-1.
Wayne Rooney played 90 minutes for the Rams on debut, while he claimed an assist too.
Premier League table – 2019/2020
|15||Brighton & Hove Albion||29||6||11||12||32||40||-8||29|
|16||West Ham United||29||7||6||16||35||50||-15||27|
Championship table – 2019/2020
|2||West Bromwich Albion||37||19||13||5||64||37||27||70|
|6||Preston North End||37||16||8||13||50||45||5||56|
|13||Queens Park Rangers||37||14||8||15||58||62||-4||50|