Crystal Palace v Everton
Everton are one of two teams (Arsenal) that have never been relegated from the top division of English football, this may all change come the end of the season with the Toffee’s having the worst season in their history. They’ve lost 15 of their last 20 games Premier League games and currently have the least amount of PPG for an Everton side in the top flight.
Palace have only lost four of their last 14 games (W4-D6-L4) which were against some of the top teams in the division (Tottenham, West Ham, Chelsea and Liverpool). A draw in their latest game against Man City means that they have taken four points from their two games against the reigning champions.
Alex Iwobi was Everton’s saving grace, scoring their only goal in the past five games and giving them the three points after one of the strangest matches in Premier League history. Even though the Toffee’s got the victory at Goodison Park, they have only managed one point in their last nine away games and we don’t see them getting the better of Palace here.
CRYSTAL PALACE TO WIN
Southampton v Man City
Southampton and Crystal Palace are the only two teams to have an unbeaten record against Man City this season, Southampton picking up two draws and Palace getting a win and a draw in the two games both sides have played against the reigning champions.
After drawing with Palace last week and Liverpool beating Arsenal 2-0, City have let their title lead slip to just one point between the top two teams in the country. The Citizens will be eager to get a win here considering they have split the points on both of their Premier League matchups.
There were only two goals scored over the two ties between the sides (0-0, 1-1) earlier in the season. You could make a case for an unders bet considering how its being priced and also the fact that six out City’s last ten games have finished with under 2.5 goals and four out of Southampton’s last eight have resulted in the same market coming true.
UNDER 2.5 GOALS
Nottingham Forest v Liverpool
After beating Arsenal and Leicester in the first two rounds of this tournament, you would think playing Huddersfield at home would be a walkover but a tight 2-1 victory with all three goals coming in the first half.
Liverpool are now only one point behind Manchester City after beating Arsenal by a 2-0 scoreline. The title race was seemingly over by December as City were on an incredible winning streak and were at one point 13 points clear of Liverpool, but thanks to the Red’s consistency they have been able to climb back into the race.
We expect Liverpool to play a strong team with most of their key players making an appearance because of the international break which will occur right after this game is played, although there is no need to risk someone like Salah who has just come back from injury. BTTS has come off in five out of the six games that both sides have played in the FA Cup and with the potential of Van Dijk, Matip and Trent who is currently injured not playing. We can see Forrest grabbing a goal here.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE AND LIVERPOOL TO WIN
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