Burnley won both Premier League clashes against Palace last season, their first league double over them since the 2001-02 season. They're [2.38] to win again.
Crystal Palace haven't lost three consecutive league games against Burnley since February 1971 - a run of four in a row. They are [3.25] to end their losing run with a draw.
Burnley have won six of their eight top-flight games against the Eagles (D1 L1), their only defeat a 3-2 reverse at Turf Moor in January 2015, a game the Clarets led 2-0. They are [1.66] in the Draw No Bet market.
Crystal Palace are yet to score a Premier League goal this season as we head in to MD4. Burnley are [2.5] to keep a clean sheet.
Frank de Boer is only the fifth manager in Premier League history to see their first three games in charge of a club end as a defeat without his side scoring - the other four were Gianluca Vialli at Chelsea, Kevin Ball at Sunderland, Steve McClaren at Middlesbrough and Stuart Gray at Southampton. Under 2.5 goals is [1.66].
The record for the fewest number of Premier League matches that a permanent manager has been in charge of a club for in the competition is currently held by Les Reed at Charlton in 2006-07 (7 games). De Boer is [1.58] to be the next manager to leave his position.
Should Burnley's new signing Chris Wood appear in this game, this would be his sixth league game against the Eagles - all with different clubs (West Brom, Birmingham, Bristol City, Millwall, Leicester and Burnley). He scored in his last league game against them, for Leicester in a 2-2 draw in April 2013. Wood is [2.9] to score.
Chris Wood has scored in over half of his league appearances since the start of 2016-17 (25/48 - 52%). He's [6.1] to score the opening goal.
Ashley Barnes scored a goal in both Premier League games against Crystal Palace last season - the Eagles are one of two teams he's netted more than one Premier League goal against along with Spurs (2). Barnes is [3.75] to find the net.
Lee Chung-yong could make his 100th Premier League appearance in this match, becoming only the third South Korean player to reach this landmark in the competition after Park Ji-Sung and Ki Sung-yueng. He's [8.5] to mark the occasion with a goal.
Dan Fitch 2017/18 Season P/L
Staked: 48 pts
Returned: 42.52 pts
P/L: -5.48 pts