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Crystal Palace vs Leeds United betting tips: Premier League preview, predictions & odds

Patrick Vieira's Crystal Palace have fallen away in recent weeks

Jack Harrison to score anytime - 15/5 (via Bet365)

Ever since Jesse Marsch challenged Harrison to become more of a "son of a bitch" on the pitch, he has responded with three goals in three games. His strike against Watford was one of a player brimming with confidence.

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Crystal Palace to win and BTTS - 57/20 (via 888sport)

Palace's home form makes them a formidable opponent, but Leeds have enough firepower to trouble their hosts.

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Match preview

Crystal Palace are in danger of seeing their season fade away alarmingly after a run of three successive defeats, including an FA Cup semi-final exit.

With effectively nothing to play for this season, Patrick Vieira's side could see a lot of the positive work done earlier in the season fall away in the final weeks and slip into the bottom half of the table.

They managed to dominate possession and had chances to score at St James Park, but looked a frustrated side by the final whistle.

They have however enjoyed home comforts this season, with four successive wins at Selhurst Park and with a Monday night atmosphere it could make for a lively encounter.

Leeds will take a strong following of their own to make the game a real spectacle - at least in terms of the supporters.

The Whites are one of the form sides in the Premier League having picked up 10 points from their last available 12, but their results have flattered them in recent weeks.

The 3-0 win over Watford last time out appeared to have distanced themselves from the relegation fight but wins for Burnley and Everton since then mean they are not quite out of it, particularly considering Leeds' upcoming fixtures after Palace.

It means they need to get something from Selhurst Park to ease a few lingering nerves ahead of matches with Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea.

Jesse Marsch has managed to coax the right results out of his players at the right time, but the nature of the performance against Watford suggests they are still some way short of the dangerous outfit they were last season.

Crystal Palace team news

Michael Olise is the latest injury concern for manager Patrick Vieira after he was forced off early in the defeat to Newcastle.

He suffered a foot injury but could still play some part, along with Luca Milivojevic who returned to training ahead of the visit of Leeds, but Nathan Ferguson is expected to remain out.

Leeds United team news

Adam Forshaw has been ruled out for the remainder of the season after suffering a fractured kneecap in training.

His absence is likely to be softened by the full return of Kalvin Phillips who is in line to start, and there was more good news with the progress of Patrick Bamford who is in line to return to training next week.

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Will Jackson

Will Jackson

A widow of Marcelo Bielsa and long-suffering Leeds United fan, born and bred in the city via stints as a sports journalist in Glasgow and London. Can now be found behind a desk rather than a freezing press box in Dundee.

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