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Betting tip (stake: 5/10): HT/FT Draw/Away 4.20 at William Hill
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  • Average Odds: 2.27
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  • Yield: -16.01 %

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Over the past couple of seasons, Crystal Palace have established themselves as the model of stability in the Premier League. Having floated between 10th and 15th place in the table over the past six years, the Eagles finished the 2018/19 in 12th. Roy Hodgson seems to have steered the ship into calm waters following turbulence under Tony Pulis and Frank de Boer. Ultimately, Crystal Palace are a solid fixture who – under the right circumstances – could hope to push it into the top half during the 2019/20 campaign. The 1.17 price make them the odds-on favourites to stay up, whereas 2.50 betting odds provide plenty of value on those who are willing to invest in the Eagles finishing within the top 10 teams in the league.

Crystal Palace Key Players

The Eagles boast a well-balanced squad. The likes of Andros Townsend and the team captain Luka Milivojevic are definitely two players worthy of keeping an eye on. Both Townsend and Milivojevic have been two of the most consistent performers over the past two seasons at Selhurst Park. The departure of Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United leaves Wilfried Zaha as Crystal Palace’s sole standout performer and a key player in Hodgson’s team. The Eagles did well to deflect interest in the pacey winger, who looks set to enjoy another prolific campaign. He scored 10 Premier League goals in 34 appearances last season and is once again expected to lead the team forward. With summer arrival Jordan Ayew alleviating pressure upfront, these two could be the team’s cutting edge during the 2019/20 campaign.

Crystal Palace Rivalry

With no evident correlation between them – such as geographic proximity or economic, social and cultural differences – Crystal Palace and Brighton & Hove Albion are one of England’s unlikely rivalries. The feud between these two clubs had been ignited at the time when Terry Venables and Alan Mullery were in charge of Crystal Palace and Brighton, respectively. The two men were already fierce rivals – although never enemies – going back to their time as Tottenham teammates. And then by the summer of 1977, the two men let their rivalry spill over to the clubs they were in charge of, sparking what had then become the irrevocable animosity. Both Venables and Mullery had been, at the time, instructed to do the same – promote their team from the Third Division. In the end, both teams were indeed promoted but did so on the back of a couple of fiercely-contested matches which even saw Brighton manager enter the Palace dressing room and insult Venables’ team by throwing five pounds of the ground. The rivalry continued during the next season when both sides were vying for the promotion into the top tier of English football. As a rivalry fuelled by the unusually fierce relationship between former teammates, the A23 and M23 Derby is still a highly-anticipated clash.

Crystal Palace History

Crystal Palace are a club of great history, playing their first games as early as 1861 at the famous Crystal Palace park area. Originally an amateur football outfit, Crystal Palace Football Club was officially founded in 1905, however. As the founding members of the Football League Third Division, Crystal Palace marked their debut in the competition by winning it. As such, they joined the likes of Preston North End and Liverpool as the only clubs to ever win a championship in their maiden seasons as a professional club. The Eagles have had their fair share of ups and downs throughout the history, bouncing back and forth between divisions, but also featuring in the FA Cup finals and throwing a league title challenge in early 90s. Moreover, they went through two administrations in early 2000s, only to establish themselves as a solid Premier League presence in modern times. Playing their games at Selhurst Park in front of 25,500 people, Crystal Palace are also known for having one of the loudest and most loyal fan groups in the league. Predominantly composed of supporters from South London, Kent and Surrey, the Crystal Palace fans are passionately backing their team in every single game.

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