Chelsea and Crystal Palace meet in a Premier League showdown at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday at 7:30pm (UK time).
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Chelsea vs Crystal Palace odds
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Heading into this latest Premier League round Chelsea occupy 10th place on 22 points after 18 matches. The hosts were beaten 2-1 at Wolves last time out. Mauricio Pochettino’s men’s home record this season reads three wins, three draws, and three losses from nine Stamford Bridge contests. Nicolas Jackson and Cole Palmer have both stepped up for Chelsea with the former being their leading scorer with seven goals. Palmer has been nearly as impressive with six goals, including two match-openers. As for Crystal Palace, they played out a 1-1 draw against Brighton & Hove Albion at home to extend their winless streak to seven (three draws and four losses), leaving them in 15th place on 18 points. Odsonne Édouard has stepped up for Palace, netting on six occasions, including three match-opening goals.
Chelsea have won their last 11 top-flight games against Crystal Palace – only against West Brom (12 between 1989-2011) have they had a longer winning run in their league history. Palace’s aforementioned streak against Chelsea is their longest losing run against an opponent in league history. Furthermore, none of the last 24 Premier League meetings between Chelsea (20 wins) and Crystal Palace (four) have been drawn. The last top-flight fixture to have a longer run without a game ending level was Blackburn Rovers against Tottenham, who went 31 meetings without a draw between 1928 and 1997. On top of that Chelsea boss Pochettino has won 11 of his 13 Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace (one draw and one loss), more than he’s won against any other opponent. However, since beating Crystal Palace in January, Chelsea are winless in four Premier League home London derbies (two draws and two losses). They last had a longer run without a win at Stamford Bridge between November 1995 and October 1996 (five).
Scoreline prediction: Chelsea 2-2 Crystal Palace
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