Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction, Betting Tips and Odds
Updated: 27th June 2022
English Premier League 2019-20: Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction and Preview – Saturday 10th August, 2019 – Selhurst Park[fcrp_feat_sc sc_id=”20174″]
For Saturday's fixture at Selhurst Park Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace get ready to host a new-look Everton side who have raised eyebrows by signing in exciting 19-year old Juventus find Moise Kean. With Kean joining the forwards ranks with the likes of Gylfi Sigurosson, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Cenk Tosun and Richarlison, coach Marco Silva is bound to expect great things with the advent of the young Italian.
Everton Team News
Silva also managed to retain on-loan Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes but could not keep defender Kurt Zouma from returning to Chelsea.
The defense will be of some concern for the Toffees with key player in the back-midfield, Idrissa Gueye, leaving for Paris St. Germain.
But Silva's men have been able to keep four consecutive clean sheets in their 4 pre-season games that includes a 1-0 win over Monaco and goalless draws against Sion, Wigan and Werder Bremen.
Everton still have folks like Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Fabian Delph to mind things in the mid-field and back and should be able to weather the loss caused by Gueye's departure to PSG.
Crystal Palace Team News
For Crystal Palace, it's been a muted transfer window spell with their lone signing being 33-year old Chelsea defender Gary Cahill. Cahill will be expected to fill in the gaping hole left in the Eagles’ defense by the departure of the excellent Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United.
Coach Silva will probably have to change the defensive-minded football Palace played throughout the entire season on the home patch last year that saw them score just 19 goals from their 19 games at Selhurst Park.
The Eagles will again have to depend on the likes of Luka Milivojevic, Wilfred Zaha, Andros Townsend, Michy Batshuayi and Jordan Ayew to get them goals.
There is a fear that Zaha's desire to leave Selhurst Park may cast a shadow on his performance going ahead.
The 26-year Ivorian was pursued hotly by Manchester United but somehow the two clubs failed to arrive at a deal.
Crystal Palace vs Everton Head To Head
Over the last decade, Palace and Everton have clashed 12 times. Palace have won in 2 of them. Everton in four, while the remaining 6 games ended in a draw.
Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction Odds
The home team are the marginal favourites with odds of 11/5 riding on them and 27/20 on an Everton win.
The odds for a 0-0 draw are 9/4.
For Everton to maintain a clean sheet, the odds stand at 7/4 given that they went through their last four friendlies with conceding a goal.
Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction
After Palace's horrific pre-season form, one may be tempted to bet on an Everton win at the Selhurst Park on Saturday. Roy Hodgson's men have registered just a solitary victory from their 8 outings since July, losing 5 of them including 2 crushing score-lines of 2-6 and 0-4 to clubs to 2nd-tier English club Barnet and Bundesliga bottom-half ranker Hertha Berlin respectively.
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