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Crystal Palace vs Burnley Prediction & Betting tips
A groundbreaking game between two table neighbors is scheduled for the 32nd game day of the Premier League. Both Crystal Palace and Burnley FC have collected 42 points from the previous 31 league games. A potential starting place for the European competition – depending on the FA Cup winner, seventh place might be enough – is only three points away.
So if you land the threesome in this duel of pursuers, you could definitely go back into the fight for Europe. The loser, however, could be handed up to 13th place. Which betting provider meanwhile offers the best odds at Crystal Palace against Burnley can be found in the betting odds comparison.
After all, Roy Hodgson’s team comes into play with a decent momentum, which should be taken into account in the forecast at Crystal Palace against Burnley. Although the Glaziers lost 4-0 in Liverpool on Wednesday, in the four games before they got the maximum result of twelve points with four wins in a row, in which there was not a single goal.
Because the Eagles in the form of Burnley are now receiving a team in their own stadium that most recently did not fire a single shot at the opposing goal in their last two away games in the Premier League, there is a lot to be said for a potentially low-goal match in our eyes that at Crystal Palace against Burnley Tip 1.
Since Crystal Palace FC returned to the Premier League in fifth place in the summer through promotion playoffs in the summer of 2013, the club, founded in 1905 in the state capital of London, has been able to re-establish itself in the upper house of English football.
In 2016, the Eagles even stormed the FA Cup final, which, despite a late lead, was still outnumbered by Manchester United in extra time. Nevertheless, the capitals rarely had anything to do with the relegation battle and mostly ended up in a secure midfield.
After the first half of the season had been completed, there was even ninth place before the Glaziers had to go through a small losing streak of eight games in a row without a win around the turn of the year. Then the momentum returned. Between the 27th and the 30th matchday, Roy Hodgson’s team won four league games in a row without having to concede a single goal.
The fact that the most recent away game at Liverpool FC was lost 0: 4 without the Glaziers strangely having even a single ball contact in the opposing penalty area should not be overstated, nor should the fact that they conceded as many goals in one game as summed up in the six league games before. After all, the Reds are floating in their own spheres. A drop in momentum that influences the tip at Crystal Palace against Burnley is therefore basically not to be feared.
It is therefore all the more important to continue the strong record against the Clarets. The Eagles have all won the last four clashes in the Premier League. Overall, the Londoners scored eight goals and only had to concede a single goal. A long streak of wins against a first division club could only celebrate against Wimbledon, when five wins were recorded between 1989 and 1991.
Meanwhile, the personnel situation also gives hope that the latest series of successes can be continued. All 23 players of the senior team are currently available, so that Roy Hodgson can draw on the full. Among other things, Wilfried Zaha can also play, who has already scored against Burnley in his last two league appearances.
In 2012, longtime coach Sean Dyche took over the former Football League founding member, Burnley FC. In 2014 he rose to the Premier League with the Clarets, but was unable to hold the class on the first try. However, the direct relegation was followed by the direct relegation. For the past four years, the wine reds have been holding their own in the English upper house of football.
Even in the current season, it looks as if the relegation ghost of Lancashire is away. Finally, as the 11th in the table, there are 15 comfortable points in 18th place. With 21 counters still to be allocated, not much should burn accordingly.
All the more, the men of Sean Dyche may now even want to orient themselves upwards. An away win at the Eagles in London would not only burn Burnley past Crystal Palace and secure a place in the top half of the table, but could even make up for the three-point deficit in seventh place at least overnight.
This speaks for the fact that the Clarets have only lost one of their last seven games – a crashing 0: 5 defeat at Manchester City on Monday, June 22, 2020, in the first league game since March. The men from the north-west of England not only remained in the second away game in a row without their own goal, but did not even fire a single shot in the distance for the second time in a row.
The Clarets are a not too feared guest in the Premier League anyway. Seven of the 15 away league games were lost, while only 14 away goals could be scored in these 15 games. Only six teams in the Premier League were even tamer away.
No wonder that at Crystal Palace against Burnley the odds of bookmakers speak against a point win for Sean Dyche’s team. After all, there were only one goal to celebrate in the last four competitive games against the Londoners with eight goals conceded. So only one of the last 13 away games in Selhurst Park was won.
However, the wine reds have at least two clear points on the credit side. For one, Burnley has played twelve times in the previous 31 league games and has an overall strong defensive. On the other hand, long-time coach Sean Dyche also has all 24 players ready for action.
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