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    13/01/2018 Kick Off:  3:00 pm Selhurst Park V Predicted Score:2 - 1

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      Match Summary

      1 Look out for:

      Goals. Although Burnley have the fourth best defensive record in the Premier League, there’s often goals in games between these two. Five of the last 14 have seen five goals or more, and a bet on this is priced at 39/5 for this one.

      2 We fancy:

      Palace to win 2-1 at 9/1. The Eagles will be out to prove their manager was right to hand out some much-needed rest after the busy festive period, and they’ve been in good form of late. Add Zaha as the first scorer and the odds increase to 35/1.

      3 It's a long shot, but…

      Wood to score the only goal of the game at 30/1. If Burnley defend as well as we all know they can, Dyche’s side will have the platform to steal another 1-0 win and maintain their excellent position in the Premier League table.

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      Crystal Palace's Last Six:

        Crystal Palace’s last six: Won: 3 Drawn: 2 Lost: 1

        Roy Hodgson should have Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Joel Ward available for this one after various knocks and injuries, but Andros Townsend and Jeffrey Schlupp are both missing. Connor Wickham is expected to be back around the end of the month, swiftly followed by Mamadou Sakho. Scott Dann and Jason Puncheon are both out for the rest of the season though with knee injuries.

        Burnley's Last Six:

          Burnley’s last six: Won: 1 Drawn: 2 Lost: 3

          Robbie Brady is also out for the season after knee surgery, although Tom Heaton is getting closer to a comeback and could return from his shoulder injury towards the end of January. Sean Dyche could welcome back a trio of players on Saturday, with Scott Arfield, Stephen Ward and September’s match-winner Wood all facing late fitness tests.

          Crystal Palace vs Burnley Betting Tips, Preview & Predictions

          Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha during the Premier League match at the Selhurst Park, London.

          With no more distractions to come this season, Crystal Palace can devote all of their efforts on their fight against relegation. Burnley meanwhile are looking to secure their highest ever Premier League finish, while ending the season in the top half of the table would represent their most successful season for over 40 years.

          Crystal Palace are 11/10 to take the points, and put the disappointment of losing their grudge match against Brighton on Monday behind them. Victory against the Clarets would also go some way to justifying the changes which Hodgson rang for the FA Cup clash, with both Wilfred Zaha and Christian Benteke given the night off altogether.

          Burnley are 10/3 for the win, which would consolidate their place in the top seven of the Premier League table. Dyche’s side have performed brilliantly so far this season, but the hectic Christmas schedule exposed the sparsity of the Lancashire club’s squad. The Clarets still managed to take a point from Old Trafford though, so their supporters will be full of hope in this game and optimistic for the remainder of the campaign.

          The draw is 23/10 and a stalemate would be an eighth of the season for both sides. The visitors would probably be relatively happy with a point bearing in mind that’s all Manchester City could get on New Year’s Eve, but you feel they’ll have to score at least once with the attacking talent Palace have at their disposal. Because of this and the fact that Burnley neither score nor concede many, a 1-1 draw at 6/1 looks most likely if you think the game with end with honours even.

          Zaha is the hosts’ most threatening player, and 13/5 to score anytime on Saturday. The 25-year-old is in the form of his life, and this game could come down to how well Burnley manage to shackle him over the course of the 90 minutes. If you think the flying forward will benefit from his rest and come flying out of the blocks to bag the first of the game, that’s 11/2.

          If he starts, Wood is the favourite to break the deadlock for the Clarets, priced at 6/1. The New Zealand striker is capable of taking his chances and scoring big goals, and he’s also available at 6/1 to bag the last of the game or 27/10 to find the net anytime.

          Predicted Score: Crystal Palace 2 - 1 Burnley

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