Crystal Palace vs Everton Match Prediction Preview

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Crystal Palace vs Everton
ENGLAND Premier League
Date: Thursday, 10 August 2019
Kick-off at 15:00 UK / 16:00 CET
Venue:  Selhurst Park (London‎).

Introduction

This game comes before the English Premier League round 1 and it will be played today, August 10 at 2 pm. The match between the two teams will be played at Selhurst Park in London and the betting sites in the UK are already backing the hosts to win the match but we have a different feel, like the chances for a win are more equal.

H2H Stats

Crystal Palace:

In the friendly 8 matches that the hosts played they suffered 5 losses and only 2 victories which means that they didn’t have a great offseason. A few days ago they have been defeated by German Hertha Berlin with 4:0 which was devastating. Crystal Palace are a quality side but they have lost and an important player in Bissaka and they will need some time to adjust right now. But, anyhow we have seen over 3.5 goals in the last 3 matches they have played.

Everton:

Liverpool though are not in a much better form currently and in addition to this, they won only 1 out of 8 friendly matches during the summer. They have suffered only 2 defeats but somehow things haven’t changed, including the fact that they played against teams which are not among the best, such as Sion, Werder Bremen, Wigan, and Mainz. We saw under 2.5 goals in 6 out of the last 7 matches so it is really hard to predict the out of the upcoming match. But we believe that the two teams will be happy with a point from this match so you can back a draw.

H2H Conclusion:

Our H2H records are supporting our previous prediction. If you see, in their previous 10 meetings the hosts had only 1 win and the visiting team had 4 victories. So in 7 out of 10 matches, we saw under 2.5 goals. You can back a draw under 2.5 goals in the upcoming game.

Latest Team News

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Crystal Palace:

The players are ready for today’s match since the coach has them all at his disposal. Crystal Palace didn’t buy many players, only the needed too huge reinforcements – Gary Cahill who is center-back and striker Jordan Ayew from Swansea.

Everton:

The coach here has also all the players at disposal and didn’t make many transfers during the summer. The most prominent signing was the one of Fabian Delph from Manchester City.

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