Swansea v Crystal Palace
It's been a positive start for Swansea under new manager Francesco Guidolin. Since the Italian was appointed they are unbeaten in three games, taking seven points out of nine.
It's fair to say that their opponents in this run - Watford, Everton and West Brom - are teams in poor form and in Crystal Palace they take on another side that they will fancy their chances against.
Swansea are now some five points clear of the relegation zone and a couple more positive results will see them in the safe waters of mid-table.
Guidolin has almost a full squad to pick from. Ki Sung-Yeung is the only casualty, after the midfielder suffered a head injury in the draw against West Brom on Tuesday.
After a bright first half of the season, Palace's form has collapsed. They have lost their last five Premier League games and are without a win in seven.
What's worse, Alan Pardew's side have only scored two goals in those last seven games. Palace's early season success came despite their lack of a reliable striker and that seems to be costing them now.
Pardew will be hoping that Emmanuel Adebayor will fill that void. The former Arsenal, Manchester City and Spurs striker came off the bench in the midweek defeat to Bournemouth and will surely be selected to start games soon.
Palace's hopes of turning round their form will not be helped by their lengthy list of absentees. Kwesi Appiah, Yannick Bolasie and Bakary Sako are all out, while Yohan Cabaye, Dwight Gayle, Joe Ledley, James McArthur and Jason Puncheon are doubts. Meanwhile, Connor Wickham serves the last of his three match suspension for violent conduct.
Swansea are the 2.3411/8 favourites, with the draw at 3.39/4 and Crystal Palace at 3.613/5.
Given both sides recent results, it looks like a fair set of odds. Given Palace's lengthy list of injuries it's hard to see them turning things round fast, unless Adebayor can make a very quick impact.
That said, there's always the danger that a side whose form has improved after the appointment of a new manager, will revert to type. With that in mind, consider Swansea in the Draw No Bet market at 1.635/8, or a smaller stake bet for the draw half-time/Swansea full-time double result at 5.59/2.
Over/Under 2.5 Goals
Under 2.5 goals is the heavy favourite at 1.654/6, with overs at 2.486/4.
Again, this is understandable considering Palace's struggles in front of goal, but there are signs that they are turning things around on this front.
Take into account their recent FA Cup win over Stoke and Palace have found the net in their last three games. What's more, Swansea have only kept one clean sheet from their last six matches.
With that in mind, the 2.0421/20 for both teams to score looks slightly overpriced.
Back the draw half-time/Swansea full-time at 5.59/2
Back both teams to score at 2.0421/20
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