Premier League Preview: Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Nov 11)
- Everton have gone two without defeat in the Premier League
- Crystal Palace ended a three-game winless run with a success at Burnley last weekend
There will be an interesting fixture at Selhurst Park this weekend, as Crystal Palace and Everton lock horns. The visitors will be looking to win a fourth match in five, while Palace will be searching for back-to-back victories in the Premier League.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, November 11, 2023, at 10:00 a.m ET
- Where: Selhurst Park, London, England
- How To Watch: NBC
Both Crystal Palace and Everton will come into this fixture in good confidence after picking up favorable results last weekend. The Toffees moved further clear of the relegation spots after picking up a deserved home draw against Brighton, and a third win in five outings this weekend could see them end the round in 12th place.
Palace also picked up a much-needed victory in their most recent fixture, as they battled to a 2-0 win on the road against Burnley. That victory ended a three-game winless run in the Premier League, and it was the perfect response after losing back-to-back games in the competition.
However, the Eagles have struggled in their recent fixtures against the Toffees, as they have landed just a single victory in their previous 17. Their only win over that period was a 3-1 home success in December 2021. Meanwhile, Everton have suffered just two defeats from 14 Premier League visits to Selhurst Park.
The Toffees will also take confidence from the fact that they have picked up back-to-back away wins against London opposition. That is as many wins as they had recorded on their previous 16 visits to the capitals. However, they haven’t won three straight matches in London since November 2020.
Crystal Palace vs Everton Prediction
Everton’s record in this fixture is extremely encouraging, and therefore, it could be worth taking a chance on the away side or the draw in the double chance market. It could also be a low-scoring affair, as Palace have kept the most clean sheets this term, while Everton have failed to score in the most games this season.