James CookeArsenal v Crystal Palace, Sunday October 27, 16:30, Emirates Stadium.One of the standout games of the Premier League weekend sees high-flying Crystal Palace travel to an Arsenal side who are trying to consolidate their position in the top four.
Arsenal’s last five home games have produced a grand total of 19 goals while Palace’s last three matches on the road have produced a total of 10 goals. Furthermore, 19 goals have gone in across the past four meetings of these two sides and a similar outcome is likely here – making four goals or more among the best online betting odds for the matchday.888Sport have over 3.5 goals at 6/5.
Palace took four points from their two games against Arsenal last season including a well-deserved 3-2 triumph six months ago in April. The defeat to City was their only loss in their last four while they have won two of their last three games on the road. This trip across London could well be another successful one for Palace. 19/10 is favourable odds, available at 888Sport.
Head to Head
Palace won a pulsating encounter 3-2 at the Emirates in April while the two sides also played out a 2-2 draw at Selhurst Park earlier in the 2018/19 campaign.
Outside of the top three clubs, Crystal Palace have the third strongest defensive record in the Premier League (10 goals conceded).
Conversely, Sheffield United are the only team outside the relegation zone to score fewer (7) than Palace’s tally of 9 in their opening 9 league games.
Only Liverpool (0) have lost fewer league matches than Arsenal (1) this campaign.
Arsenal have conceded 4 goals more than Sheffield United this season – the Blades have 6 points fewer.
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