Lineups

Crystal Palace

( 4-4-2 )

  • 31. Guaita

  • 2. J. Ward Yellow Card

  • 27. T. Mitchell

  • 12. M. Sakho

  • 18. J. McArthur Yellow Card

    88'
  • 10. A. Townsend

  • 22. J. McCarthy

  • 25. E. Eze

    75'
  • 8. C. Kouyaté Goal

  • 11. W. Zaha Yellow Card

  • 9. J. Ayew

    82'

Substitutes

  • 13. W. Hennessey

  • 34. M. Kelly

  • 7. M. Meyer

  • 4. L. Milivojević

  • 44. J. Riedewald

    88'
  • 20. C. Benteke

    82'
  • 23. M. Batshuayi

    75'

England - Premier League

23' W. Zaha 23' Yellow Card 23'  W. Zaha 45' J. McArthur 45' Yellow Card 45'  J. McArthur 58' J. Ward 58' Yellow Card 58'  J. Ward 60' Richarlison 60' Yellow Card 60'  Richarlison 10' D. Calvert-Lewin 10' Goal 10'   Calvert-Lewin D. Calvert-Lewin 26' C. Kouyaté 26' Goal 26'   Kouyate C. Kouyaté 40' Richarlison 40' Penalty 40'   Richarlison Richarlison
Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

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Everton

Everton

  • 10'
    0 - 1
  • 26
    1 - 1
  • 40'
    1 - 2
  • HT
    1 - 2
  • Date: 26/09/2020
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Selhurst Park
  • Referee: Kevin Friend
Premier League Betting Tips: Crystal Palace v Everton

Date published: 9/25/2020 1:12:53 PM

Premier League Betting Tips: Crystal Palace v Everton

Two sides that have made excellent starts to the new season on Saturday afternoon as Crystal Palace host Everton.

Both sides have taken six points from six on offer so far, with Everton getting things underway with a 1-0 statement victory at Tottenham on the opening weekend followed by an emphatic and impressive 5-2 over West Brom. 

 

Crystal Palace, meanwhile, were tipped by some to struggle this season but looked well-balanced 1-0 win over Southampton before an especially eyecatching 3-1 victory away at Manchester United last Saturday. 

 

The goalscoring market is interesting here. Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored a well-taken hat-trick against the Baggies last time out, while Wilfried Zaha added his opening weekend match-winner with another two against his former side last time out. 

 

Unsurprisingly the two forwards are among the favourites to score here with Paddy Power - Calvert-Lewin is priced at just 7/5 to score anytime and 7/2 to open the scoring, while Zaha is priced at a much lengthier 10/3 anytime and 17/2 first.

 

Everton have a strong record against Crystal Palace. They’re unbeaten in the last six Premier League meetings, winning the last three at Goodison Park, although each of their last three visits to Selhurst Park have ended as draws.

 

We recommend backing a draw here. Both sides will be full of confidence and look to have cohesive gameplans in each of their season-opening back-to-back wins. It ought to be a tight contest - and a tight, low-scoring 1-1 draw is priced at 5/1 with Betfair Sportsbook.

 

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 3
  • Selhurst Park
  • Kevin Friend
  • 26 Sep, 15:00

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Lineups

Crystal Palace
(4-4-2)
Everton
(4-3-3)
  • 31. Guaita

  • 2. J. Ward Yellow Card

  • 27. T. Mitchell

  • 12. M. Sakho

  • 18. J. McArthur Yellow Card

    88'
  • 10. A. Townsend

  • 22. J. McCarthy

  • 25. E. Eze

    75'
  • 8. C. Kouyaté Goal

  • 11. W. Zaha Yellow Card

  • 9. J. Ayew

    82'

Substitutes

  • 13. W. Hennessey

  • 34. M. Kelly

  • 7. M. Meyer

  • 4. L. Milivojević

  • 44. J. Riedewald

    88'
  • 20. C. Benteke

    82'
  • 23. M. Batshuayi

    75'
  • 1. J. Pickford

  • 23. S. Coleman

  • 5. M. Keane

  • 12. L. Digne

  • 13. Y. Mina

  • 19. J. Rodríguez

    86'
  • 6. Allan

  • 16. A. Doucouré

  • 21. André Gomes

    76'
  • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal

  • 7. Richarlison Penalty Yellow Card

    90'

Substitutes

  • 49. J. Lössl

  • 2. J. Kenny

  • 26. T. Davies

    90'
  • 10. G. Sigurðsson

    76'
  • 17. A. Iwobi

    86'
  • 20. Bernard

  • 27. M. Kean

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Everton vs Crystal Palace

This is a very close match-up.
In 10,000 simulations Everton won 34.0%, Crystal Palace won 36.4% and there was a 29.5% chance of a draw.
Overall, the average simulation score is Everton 1.2 to Crystal Palace 1.2.
In simulation wins, Everton averages 12.0 shots and 4.3 shots on goal.
They average 2.1 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses.
When Crystal Palace wins they average 9.4 shots and 3.9 shots on goal.
They average 2.1 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses.

Crystal Palace v Everton

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    Crystal Palace 1 - 2 Everton - Match Report

    Date published: 9/26/2020 6:46:02 PM

    Richarlison makes Palace pay the penalty as Everton go top

    The Toffees have started the campaign with five wins from five in all competitions and are now top of the Premier League.

    Richarlison’s penalty, awarded after referee Kevin Friend used the pitchside monitor, helped Everton keep up their perfect record this season with a 2-1 win at Crystal Palace.

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s fifth goal of the campaign put the Toffees ahead early on in the capital, but Cheikhou Kouyate responded for Roy Hodgson’s men.

    Match Highlights

    It seemed the first half would finish all square until Joel Ward was penalised for handball after the video assistant referee let Friend make the decision.

    Brazilian attacker Richarlison gratefully accepted the spot-kick duties and made no mistake from 12 yards to ensure Carlo Ancelotti watched his team clinch a third straight Premier League victory to keep them at the summit.

    A minute’s silence occurred before kick-off in memory of Sergeant Matt Ratana, who was killed on Friday whilst on duty in Croydon.

    Hodgson had handed a Premier League debut to Ebere Eze and he looked bright, but with their first attack of the game Everton went ahead.

    Colombian superstar James Rodriguez sprinkled his quality on a fine move with a wonderful pass into Seamus Coleman and the captain cut back for Calvert-Lewin to net after 10 minutes.

    Dominic Calvert-Lewin, right, celebrates the opener
    Dominic Calvert-Lewin, right, celebrates the opener (Bradley Collyer/PA)

    Toffees boss Ancelotti would have been delighted, though less thrilled with their marking in the 26th minute which led to Palace equalising.

    Good work by Andros Townsend forced a corner and from the set-piece, an inswinger to the back post, Kouyate got between Michael Keane and Richarlison to head home his second goal for the club.

    It was deserved for the Eagles and yet they were almost immediately pegged back when VAR had to look at a handball incident involving Joel Ward on the half-hour mark.

    Richarlison’s cross had hit the Palace full-back on the shirt sleeve and it was not deemed a spot-kick, but it was only a brief let-off for Hodgson’s men.

    Seven minutes later and another brilliant Rodriguez pass was headed by Lucas Digne onto Ward’s hand in the penalty area.

    While Anthony Taylor could not make up his mind in Stockley Park, onfield referee Friend pointed to the spot after using the pitchside monitor and Richarlison fired into the corner to put Everton back in front with 40 on the clock.

    Calvert-Lewin should have grabbed his sixth goal of the season and put the game to bed in the 51st minute, but his effort from Rodriguez’s corner sailed wide.

    This was Ward’s 250th appearance for Palace and it was proving to be one to forget after he was cautioned for a late challenge on Richarlison.

    Cheikhou Kouyate scores the equaliser
    Cheikhou Kouyate scores the equaliser for Palace (Clive Rose/PA)

    As the heavens opened for a second time in south London, the hosts upped the ante and Wilfried Zaha and Eze had shots blocked.

    Eze was replaced by Michy Batshuayi with 15 minutes left and Hodgson also introduced Christian Benteke, but it was to no avail.

    Ancelotti’s side stood firm to build more momentum after a fifth straight win this season.

    Next up for Everton is a midweek home clash with West Ham in the Carabao Cup while Palace visit Chelsea next weekend.

    Lineups

    Everton

    ( 4-3-3 )

    • 1. J. Pickford

    • 23. S. Coleman

    • 5. M. Keane

    • 12. L. Digne

    • 13. Y. Mina

    • 19. J. Rodríguez

      86'
    • 6. Allan

    • 16. A. Doucouré

    • 21. André Gomes

      76'
    • 9. D. Calvert-Lewin Goal

    • 7. Richarlison Penalty Yellow Card

      90'

    Substitutes

    • 49. J. Lössl

    • 2. J. Kenny

    • 26. T. Davies

      90'
    • 10. G. Sigurðsson

      76'
    • 17. A. Iwobi

      86'
    • 20. Bernard

    • 27. M. Kean