These two, extraordinarily, drew 3-3 at Turf Moor on November. This means, in the Premier League, it's five wins to Crystal Palace, six to Burnley and a pair of draws.
Both teams to score is 1/1.
Wilfried Zaha is 11/2 to break the deadlock and 2/1 to score anytime.
Wout Weghorst is 6/1 to open the scoring and 11/5 to add to his growing Burnley tally.
After both enjoyed memorable victories on Wednesday night, can either make it two wins in four days?
Burnley are seemingly starting another charge towards safety, having now won back-to-back league games for the first time since January this week.
Last Saturday, the Clarets scored 3+ in a Premier League away game for only the fourth time since April 2019, hammering Brighton 3-0.
Wout Weghorst, Josh Brownhill and Aaron Lennon the scorers in Sussex by the Sea.
Then, in midweek, Sean Dyche's side caused a big upset by beating Tottenham 1-0, thanks to Ben Mee's towering header 19 minutes from time.
So, Burnley are now off the bottom of the table, sat 18th, and would climb out the danger zone with a victory here.
No such issues for Crystal Palace who are enjoyed the security that being 11th provides.
The Eagles hammered Watford 4-1 at on Wednesday with Jean-Philippe Mateta opening the scoring before Conor Gallagher restored their lead on the stroke of half time.
Then, late on, Wilfried Zaha netted two sublime strikes, just four minutes apart, to seal the win.
Before this, Patrick Vieira's side were winless in six but it's still be an excellent season from them.
Will there be a winner at Selhurst Park?
Crystal Palace team news
Patrick Vieira has some very good options, particularly in forward areas.
Michael Olise and Wilfried Zaha appear to be the first-choice wingers but Eberechi Eze is a more than useful alternative.
Through the middle, if Odsonne Édouard scores, he'd become the first Palace player to score in four successive Premier League home games.
He could come in for Jean-Philippe Mateta up front with Christian Benteke and Jordan Ayew the other options.
In goal, Jack Butland could continue after Vicente Guaita was forced off at half time against Chelsea a week ago.
Burnley team news
Very little of Sean Dyche's team ever changes but he does have some injury concerns.
First-choice full-backs Matt Lowton and Charlie Taylor are both out, meaning Connor Roberts and Eric Pieters will keep their places.
Maxwel Cornet missed the Tottenham win with a slight knock but could return, in place of Jay Rodriguez, alongside Wout Weghorst
Aaron Lennon has never scored 3+ away goals in a single Premier League campaign but has netted in two of Burnley's last four away fixtures.
The 34 year old will also be a threat from the right-wing.
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