Crystal Palace v Everton Predictions & Betting Odds – 10th August 2019

Toffees to stick the away win

Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace © GEPA pictures

Crystal Palace v Everton Betting Tips – Premier League, 10th August 3.00pm

Everton will look to push on this season after it seemed like Marco Silva’s project was coming together well at the end of the last term. They have made some positive moves in the transfer market too. Crystal Palace meanwhile look as if there could be another season of struggles to come. Read our predictions for Crystal Palace v Everton.

Crystal Palace v Everton Betting Odds*

Everton 11/8
Crystal Palace 2/1
Draw 9/4
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 6th, 2019 at 5:33 p.m.)

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Crystal Palace News and Form

Although they were comfortable and clear from any relegation threats at the end of the season, it was still something of a disappointing campaign from Palace. Especially at home. They finished in 12th at the end of the season, but their late flourish flattered them a bit. Palace fans will be hoping that it doesn’t gloss over some problems.

Luka Milivojevic Anytime Goalscorer


Can they push on and get out of the bottom half of the table? Their home record last term as W5 D5 L9. Their major departure has been young full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka who went to Manchester United. They have brought in some experienced defending through Gary Cahill, while Jordan Ayew has been taken on to try and boost their goals. Of the top twelve finishers last season, only Wolves scored fewer goals than Palace managed.

It was just a goal per game that Palace managed at home in the last term. Only a third of their home games managed to get over 2.5 goals. In total, the Eagles got a clean sheet in 37% of home games. Four of their five home wins incidentally, were by a two-goal margin. You still have to wonder where they will be at if they were to lose Wilfried Zaha to injury or transfer.

Crystal Palace v Everton Head to Head

Three of the last four meetings at Selhurst Park have been drawn
Everton took four points from their games against Palace last season
The Toffees have three clean sheets in five against Palace
Crystal Palace are winless in nine against Everton (D5 L4)


Key-Facts – Crystal Palace v Everton

  • Palace won only five home fixtures in their last campaign
  • Everton have signed top young striker Moise Kean
  • The Toffees won just five away games last season


Everton News and Form

Everton looks as if they are shaping up pretty well. They started to get their act together at the end of last season. Marco Silva’s Toffees produced a four-match winning streak at home to close out the campaign, beating Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United. So it was all positive at the end of the season.

It will give them the confidence to push on. Everton only lost two of their last eleven games of last season, those both happened out on the road. Both were upsets as well against Newcastle and Fulham. Everton never really got up and running on their travels, posting a W5 D5 L9 return from their road campaign. They didn’t win an away game against anyone who finished above them. Everton averaged 1.25 goals per away game last season.

They look to have gotten a big bargain in the summer transfer window. They have purchased Moise Kean from Juventus, one of the hottest young striker talents on the continent. If he works out, he could guide the Toffees to some big things. Everton have also added Jean-Philippe Gbamin while locking in Andre Gomes on a permanent deal. If they were to get a big centre half, they would be in great shape. Last season Everton were level at half time in 55% of all games.

Crystal Palace v Everton Tips & Odds

Everton to win to nil at 3/1
Away win outright at 11/8
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 6th, 2019 at 5:33 p.m.)

Crystal Palace v Everton Predictions

Everton to win: The Toffees to bag an away win looks a good option for the opening weekend of the season. They have more about them, certainly in terms of attacking threat and creativity than the hosts do. Away win.