The bottom two sides in the Premier League clash as Crystal Palace meet Burnley. Opta reveals who'll come out on top.
"The Eagles are unbeaten in nine home league meetings with Burnley (W4 D5, six clean sheets), a run that goes back to December 2001."
Palace are 2.285/4 to win.
The Eagles are unbeaten in nine home league meetings with Burnley (W4 D5, six clean sheets), a run that goes back to December 2001. Palace are 2.285/4 to win.
Burnley have won all four previous top-flight meetings with the Eagles, but the sides have not met in the top tier since 1970/71. The Clarets are 3.711/4 to take the three points.
Wilfried Zaha has scored twice and been sent off once in his last three competitive appearances against Burnley. Zaha is 5.04/1 to score.
Crystal Palace have never won a Premier League home game in September (D3 L5). The draw is 3.412/5.
Dwight Gayle has scored eight goals in his last six games in all competitions, including four in his last two. Gayle is 3.259/4 to score.
The Clarets have never kept a clean sheet in a Premier League away game. Over 2.5 goals is 2.47/5.
Indeed, the Lancashire side have lost 18 of their 20 Premier League matches on the road, winning just once (4-1 v Hull City). Palace are 3.8514/5 to win half-time/full-time.
Crystal Palace have conceded at least twice in their last six league games. Over 3.5 goals is 4.57/2.
Crystal Palace have lost more points from winning positions than any other side this season (5). The half-time Palace/full-time draw double result is priced at 17.016/1.