Will Crystal Palace's fine form continue when they host relegated West Brom? Opta reveals all.
"Crystal Palace have lost just one of their last seven Premier League games (W4 D2), winning the last two in a row. They've not won three consecutively since a run of four in April 2017."
The draw half-time/Crystal Palace full-time double result is 5.14/1.
The Eagles have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two Premier League meetings with West Brom - only against Aston Villa (2005-2014) and QPR (1994-2014) have they recorded three successive shutouts in the competition. Crystal Palace are 2.6213/8 to keep a clean sheet.
The Baggies have won two of their last three Premier League visits to Selhurst Park (L1), having lost their first two at the ground. West Brom are 4.84/1 to win.
The home side has failed to score in each of the last three meetings between these sides, with Palace losing 0-1 in this exact fixture last season. Under 1.5 goals is 4.216/5.
Palace have won on both occasions they've finished the Premier League campaign at home, beating Sheffield Wednesday in 1997-98 and Swansea in 2014-15. A Palace victory is 1.84/5.
West Brom have only won one of their previous 11 games on the final day of a Premier League campaign (D6 L4). The draw is 3.7511/4.
Crystal Palace have lost just one of their last seven Premier League games (W4 D2), winning the last two in a row. They've not won three consecutively since a run of four in April 2017. The draw half-time/Crystal Palace full-time double result is 5.14/1.
The Eagles have won 15 points from losing positions in the Premier League this season - only in 2014-15 (21) have they won more in a single campaign. A West Brom half-time/draw full-time double result is 18.017/1.
Darren Moore has won more points for West Brom in his five games in charge this season (11) than both Alan Pardew did in 18 (8) and Tony Pulis did in 12 (10) for the Baggies. West Brom are 3.55 in the Draw No Bet market.
However, West Brom have been unable to avoid relegation. If they avoid defeat here, Moore will become the third manager to have been relegated with a team at the end of a Premier League season while remaining unbeaten, after Micky Adams with Leicester in 2001-02 (four games) and Trevor Brooking with West Ham in 2002-03 (three games). West Brom are 2.166/5 Double Chance.
Jay Rodriguez has scored in three of his five league starts against Palace, scoring three goals (one for Southampton, two for Burnley). Rodriguez is 3.8514/5 to score.