101 Great Goals’ prediction: Crystal Palace 0-2 TottenhamSpurs to win 2-0 at Crystal Palace is is 6/1 with Paddy Power.
Roy Hodgson’s side are without a win in their last four and face a Spurs team starting to hit top form.
Tottenham are looking to maintain their strong run of results in the Premier League this year with a spot in the top four firmly set in their sights.
No side has taken more Premier League points in 2018 than the North Londoners and they are likely to continue their good fortunes into Sunday’s showdown at Selhurst Park.
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham: Who will win?
Spurs are favourites for the win with the bookies, rated at 4/9.
Crystal Palace meanwhile are 11/2 for the victory.
Harry Kane is 12/5 to score the first goal between Crystal Palace and Spurs.
Christian Benteke is 9/1 to notch the first goal of the game.Claim a £20 free bet on Crystal Palace vs Tottenham with Paddy Power.
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham preview
Crystal Palace host Tottenham Hotspur at Selhurst Park on Sunday at 12:00 pm.
With the league’s bottom-half so congested, 15th-place Palace are sat just one point above the bottom three.
The Eagles will be looking to put behind them the disappointment of losing 3-1 away at Everton in their last outing.
This year, Crystal Palace have already taken points off of league leaders Man City at Selhurst Park and will be seeking to do the same on Sunday.
Tottenham Hotspur are the only Premier League side in 2018 yet to have been beaten and having taken more points than any other side, 15.
At this time of year, Spurs usually begin to hit their peak and this season is proving to be no different, with Mauricio Pochettino’s side having gone through a run of games against Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Juventus undefeated.
Earlier this season, both sides met at Wembley with a Heung Min Son goal, as well as a brilliant Paulo Gazzaniga debut, proving to be the difference between the two.
Premier League focus: Toby distractions
Reports surfaced on Thursday evening claiming that Toby Alderwerield was unwilling to sign Tottenham’s final contract offer and the club are now open to selling the player.
This comes as a huge blow for Spurs and could potentially be a big distraction for the rest of the squad with one of the side’s best defenders becoming very unsettled.
Tottenham, as they have done in recent months, must prove they can cope without their star defender and will need both Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez to really step up another level.
Vertonghen especially has been flawless in the 29-year-old’s absence and will need to show on Sunday little signs of this off-field dispute being a distraction.Claim a £30 free bet on Crystal Palace vs Tottenham with Dafabet
Crystal Palace team news vs Tottenham
Palace are facing a slight injury crisis, with a number of key stars set to miss the visit of Spurs on the weekend.
Wilfried Zaha, Bakary Sako, Julian Speroni, Jeffrey Schlupp, Scott Dann, Jason Puncheon, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Connor Wickham are all set to miss Sunday’s match through injury
Mamadou Sakho and Martin Kelly are both slight doubts as both struggle to overcome injury.
Meanwhile, despite fears, Wayne Hennessey has been training this week with Palace and looks set to start.
Tottenham team news vs Crystal Palace
Mauricio Pochettino has a full squad to select from on Sunday with no injuries or suspensions.
Toby Alderweirled, Harry Winks, Victor Wayama and Danny Rose are all unlikely to start with concerns over their match-fitness.
Lucas Moura could make his first start in the league, with Heung-min Son seemingly suffering from slight fatigue.Claim a £100 free bet on Crystal Palace vs Tottenham with Royal Panda
Crystal Palace predicted line-up vs Tottenham
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