Crystal Palace will go into the first London derby of the season against Tottenham with low team morale. ‘The Glaziers’ had an unfortunate October with four losses and a single draw, against another local rival Arsenal, in the Premier League. Palace’s biggest problem is the lack of goals, with just eight scored in the first eleven rounds.
On the contrary, Tottenham achieved the best start of a Premier League season. With a record of eight wins and three losses, ‘Spurs’ currently stand on the 4th place, just five points short of the league leaders Manchester City. Mauricio Pochettino’s team is the best away side in the Premier League, with six wins and one loss since the start of the season.
In the past couple of years, Tottenham didn’t face any problems in defeating Crystal Palace in the Premier League. I expect more of the same and will back Tottenham to Win, with Tottenham 2:0 Correct Score.
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Head to Head
Tottenham beat Crystal Palace five times and lost once in the past six games. The last derby between both sides ended in 0:1 defeat for Crystal Palace. Quite surprising, the previous five fixtures between ‘The Glaziers’ and ‘Spurs’ finished as 1:0 win for either team.
|25.02.2018||Crystal Palace vs Tottenham||0:1|
|05.11.2017||Tottenham vs Crystal Palace||1:0|
|26.04.2017||Crystal Palace vs Tottenham||0:1|
|20.08.2016||Tottenham vs Crystal Palace||1:0|
|21.02.2016||Tottenham vs Crystal Palace||0:1|
|23.01.2016||Crystal Palace vs Tottenham||1:3|
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Stats
- Crystal Palace have failed to win in their last six league matches.
- ‘The Glaziers’ have conceded at least two goals in the previous three Premier League games.
- Crystal Palace are now without a home PL win since the 13th May 2018.
- Tottenham triumphed in six of their last seven games on the road in the league.
- ‘Spurs’ have won their last five Premier League London derbies.
Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Odds
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Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Team News
Christian Benteke, Joel Ward and Connor Wickham are still missing for the hosts due to injuries. Tottenham’s midfield duo Erik Dier and Moussa Dembele are almost recovered but will miss the derby. Danny Rose and Jan Vertonghen remain sidelined.