Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur Betting Preview – 10/11/18

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Hotspur Betting Preview – 10/11/18

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Saturday’s final Premier League game sees struggling Crystal Palace host Tottenham at Selhurst Park. The Eagles have won just one point in their last 5 games which has seen them drop to 14th place in the League whilst Spurs look to avoid a potential banana skin here to avoid slipping out of the top 4.

Crystal Palace come into this one on a dreadful run of form. The Eagles haven’t won in the League since mid September, a run of 6 matches without a win. Roy Hodgson’s side did pick up in their last home match when they managed to snatch a 2-2 draw with Arsenal. Two penalties from Luka Milivojevic was enough to get Palace a point in what was a much improved performance. Those two goals from Milivojevic were Palace’s first goals at Selhurst all season long and they’ll be hoping that they can build on that with another good display here.

Palace’s reliance on Wilfried Zaha has gone against them more than for them so far this season. The Ivorian has only scored 3 times so far this season, and because of that Palace are the 4th lowest scorers in the Premier League with just 8 goals scored all season long. Despite lacking of late in front of goal, the Ivorian is Palace’ only major threat going forward and he’s found himself marked out of a number of games this season. If you fancy the Ivorian to return to form here he’s 14/5 with Betway to score in this one.

The hosts unsurprisingly come into this one as massive underdogs. Roy Hodgson’s side are available at 7/2 across most major bookmakers to get the win in this one but if you don’t want to take that risk and fancy Palace to take something from this one they’re available with double chance at 19/20 with Bet365.

After clinging on to their Champions League hopes by the skin of their teeth with a 2-1 victory over PSV in the week, Tottenham refocus their attention on the Premier League with Saturday’s late kick off. Star man, Harry Kane’s late double saw Spurs come from behind to win at Wembley on Tuesday and they’ll be looking to their main man once again to get them the win in this one. Kane got the winner in this fixture last season and is best priced 8/9 to score here with Unibet.

Despite sitting 4th in the League table, Spurs have made their best ever start to a Premier League season. Mauricio Pochettino’s side have been specifically impressive on their travels, losing just once on the road to Watford back in September, and winning all of their last 5 league away games. Tottenham come into this one as favourites and are best priced to win here at 20/23 with BetVictor if you fancy them to get the win here.

Erik Lamela will be wanting to continue his recent upturn in form. The Argentine has 4 goals in his 7 matches so far in the Premier League and has been one of Spurs’ better players as of late. The Winger started on the bench in the Champions League victory over PSV in the week which would indicate him being brought back in to start in this one. Lamela got the opening goal in Spurs’ win over Wolves last weekend and is best priced at 8/1 with PaddyPower and Betfair to do the same in this one. If you don’t want to take the risk on the opening goalscorer, Lamela is best priced to score anytime at 57/17 with Unibet.

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