Having both suffered defeat in their last games, will Crystal Palace or Aston Villa bounce back in style? Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.
"Meetings between these two sides in the Premier League have averaged just 1.58 goals per game."
Under 2.5 goals is 1.834/5.
Crystal Palace have only lost one of their last six Premier League encounters with Aston Villa, winning three and drawing two.
Palace are 1.910/11 to win.
The last four top-tier clashes between these two sides have produced just three goals in total. Under 1.5 goals is 3.39/4.
Meetings between these two sides in the Premier League have averaged just 1.58 goals per game. Under 2.5 goals is 1.834/5.
Only two clashes have seen fewer goals per game on average (minimum 10 meetings). The 0-0 draw is 10.519/2.
The Eagles have lost four of their last five Premier League games at Selhurst Park. A Villa win is 4.94/1.
Aston Villa are looking to win back to back away games in the Premier League for the first time since their opening two away trips last season. The draw half-time/Villa full-time double result is 10.519/2.
The Villans have scored just two goals in their last 10 trips to London in the Premier League, but both of these goals have sealed 1-0 wins. They are 13.012/1 to win by that margin again.
Aston Villa attempted just nine shots (excl. blocked) in their first two games in 2015-16; fewer than any other Premier League team.
Crystal Palace are 2.447/5 to keep a clean sheet.
Gabriel Agbonlahor has scored against 32/36 of the different Premier League opponents he's faced, but is yet to score in four PL apps against Crystal Palace. Agbonlahor is 3.814/5 to break his duck.