Crystal Palace vs Everton – Crystal Palace will desire a repeat performance after beating Southampton 0-2 in the Premier League last time out.

Crystal Palace had 42% of the possession in that game and 2 of their 9 shots on goal were successful. Eberechi Eze (54′, 68′) was the lone player for Crystal Palace to get a goal. Four of Southampton’s 11 goal attempts found the back of the net.

In recent years, Crystal Palace has rarely been able to avoid conceding. The truth is that Crystal Palace has conceded goals in 5 of their last 6 games, leading to a total of 8 goals.

In their previous two league games against Everton, Crystal Palace had failed to prevail. Everton will be looking to rebound after losing to Fulham in their most recent Premier League match, and they will be aiming to do so here.

Everton had 46% of the possession in that game and 15 shots on goal, 7 of which were on goal. Dwight McNeil (35′) was the lone player for Everton to register a goal.

Fulham’s opponents had 20 shots on goal, with 7 of those being on target. For Fulham, goals were scored by Harrison Reed (22′), Harry Wilson (51′), and Daniel James (68′).

The numbers don’t lie, and Everton has conceded goals in five of their last six games, allowing 10 goals altogether. Everton really has to tighten up their defense.

However, only time will tell if the pattern continues in the following game. Everton has gone 11 league games without an away victory coming into this one. Who can say how long it will endure, either.

Crystal Palace vs Everton – Betting Analysis

A review of their previous meetings, which date back to September 26, 2020, reveals that Everton has won 3, while Crystal Palace has won 2, with one match ending in a draw.

11 goals were scored by The Eagles and 10 goals were scored by The Toffees during the matches. This results in an average of 3.5 goals scored each game.

The result of the most recent league meeting between these clubs was Everton 3-0 Crystal Palace on Premier League meeting Day 13 on October 22, 2022.

Everton had 47% of the possession at the time and 6 of their 9 shots on goal were successful. Dominic Calvert-Lewin (11′), Anthony Gordon (63′), and Dwight McNeil (84′) scored the goals.

Crystal Palace, their adversaries, had 9 shots at goal with 2 of them being on target. Simon Hooper served as the referee for the game.

Roy Hodgson, the manager of Crystal Palace, has no concerns about his players’ health going into this matchup because he has access to a totally healthy roster.

Sam Johnstone, Joel Ward, Joachim Andersen, Marc Guehi, Tyrick Mitchell, Eberechi Eze, Cheick Doucouré, Jeffrey Schlupp, Michael Olise, Odsonne Edouard, and Jordan Ayew are likely to play in a 4-3-3 formation for The Eagles in this game.

Sean Dyche, the manager of Everton, is currently dealing with less team alternatives. The team roster will not include Amadou Onana (leg injury), Andy Lonergan (knee issues), or Andros Townsend (cruciate ligament injury).

With Jordan Pickford, Benjamin Godfrey, Michael Keane, James Tarkowski, Vitali Mykolenko, Alex Iwobi, Idrissa Gueye, James Garner, Dwight McNeil, Demarai Gray, and Neal Maupay as their starting eleven, we predict that The Toffees will most likely choose a 4-4-2 system.

Looking at these two teams, we believe that Everton may find it difficult to defeat Crystal Palace, who should score the decisive goal to win it.

 What are the best odds for this match?

In terms of the bookies’ odds on the WDW market, staking on Crystal Palace is available for 2.1, a wager on the draw is 3.3 and taking a punt on the winning team to be Everton comes in at 3.9. These are the top returns being offered at the moment.

Crystal Palace vs Everton – Head -to- Head

Crystal Palace vs Everton
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Our Prediction: Home Win or Draw

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