Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds
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Crystal Palace vs Everton Predictions
Two teams with 100% records in the Premier League so far this season go head-to-head with Crystal Palace host Everton on Saturday.
Roy Hodgson’s side pulled off an impressive 3-1 win away at Manchester United last time out despite seeing only 24% of the ball, backing up their opening-day 1-0 victory over Southampton.
But the Eagles will find it anything but easy against Everton, who have been puffing out their chest following a 1-0 victory away to Tottenham Hotspur and a 5-2 home thrashing of newly-promoted West Bromwich Albion.
The additions of midfield trio Allan, Abdoulaye Doucoure and James Rodriguez have improved the Toffees no end in possession while the latter has added star quality which fans have been craving since the takeover of Farhad Moshiri in 2016.
Games between these two have been closely fought affairs in the recent past but given their respective form, this should be an interesting match-up, to say the least.
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After an inconsistent 2019/20 season in front of goal, Wilfried Zaha has been on fire during the early stages of this campaign, scoring the winner against Southampton before netting a double away at his former club Man Utd. However, that still leaves him behind Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the early-season scoring charts, with the former Sheffield United man finding the net against Tottenham before firing a hat-trick during Everton’s 5-2 win over West Brom.
Palace have failed to score in six of their last 11 meetings with Everton but given the Zaha’s early-season form, and the Eagles opening the campaign with two victories, you can be sure of them asking questions of Carlo Ancelotti’s men, even if they don’t manage to pick up three points.
Crystal Palace used to be something of a thorn in Everton’s side, taking seven points from three games against the Toffees between November 2013 and September 2014, even derailing their Champions League hopes during Roberto Martinez’s first season in charge. However, since, then Everton have asserted their dominance, going 11 games unbeaten against the Eagles, including beating Hodgson’s men 3-1 at Goodison Park back in February.