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Everton vs Crystal Palace

Calendar 19th February
Football icon kick off 20:00
Football icon Crystal Palace to have 3+ shots on target
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Palace have taken 3+ shots on target in all 7 of their last 7 Premier League games

Everton have allowed their opponents to take 3+ shots on target in 9 of their last 10 PL games

Football icon Jack Harrison to have 1+ shots on target
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Harrison has had shots on target in 3 of his last 4 games in all competitions

He has had a shot on target in 4 of his last 7 Premier League games

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Football icon Idrissa Gueye to commit 2+ fouls
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Gueye has committed 1.89 fouls per 90 on average this season

He has committed 2+ fouls in each of the last 5 league games in which he played more than 45 minutes

Football icon Amadou Onana to win 2+ fouls
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Onana draws 2.04 fouls per 90 on average this season

He has been fouled 2+ times in 10 of his last 14 Everton starts in all competitions

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Two teams in desperate need of a result meet on Monday night at Goodison Park, with the result of Everton’s appeal looming ahead of this fixture.

The Toffees had looked to be pulling away from the drop zone despite their 10-point deduction for breaching the Premier League’s financial rules, but Sean Dyche’s side have dropped back into the bottom three in recent weeks.

A four-game winning run has given way to seven Premier League games without a win, though a win for Sheffield United against Luton last weekend meant Everton stay just a point behind the Hatters who sit in 17th.

Palace meanwhile have had a tumultuous week following their 3-1 home defeat at the hands of London rivals Chelsea. Manager Roy Hodgson has been admitted to hospital after being taken ill at the training ground on Thursday as rumours swelled that he was about to be replaced.

Fabrizio Romano has reported that Hodgson has been dismissed and Oliver Glasner is to be appointed the manager, although we await an official confirmation from the club, which is not likely to come until the situation surrounding Hodgson’s health becomes clearer.

A win for Everton would lift them to just two points behind Palace, and another defeat could see the Eagles edging ever closer to a full-on relegation battle, so both teams will be right up for this one.

Not only will it be an intense game, but it also looks likely to be a great game for a bet, so read on for our Everton v Crystal Palace bet builder tips.

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Everton vS Crystal Palace Predicted Lineups

Just one change expected from Dyche

Everton may have lost 2-0 to Man City last week but holding the treble winners to no shots on target for 70 minutes will have pleased Dyche. As such he isn’t expected to tamper with his team too much, with Ashley Young the only anticipated casualty. He will be replaced by Amadou Onana, which will mean James Garner moves from the midfield two to the second striker role, whilst Jack Harrison will shift out to the right-wing to accommodate Garner playing centrally. Star man Abdoulaye Doucoure rejoined first team training and is in contention for this one, however is must likely to be seen off the bench as he is slowly reintroduced.

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Injury-hit Palace left with few options

Not only do Palace have a long injury list, but they are also incredibly unlucky to be without what may be their four best players. Cheick Doucoure, Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze all being out was always going to be tough to manage for Palace, but losing centre-back Marc Guehi against Brighton two weeks ago now leaves the side depleted from defence to attack. With those four all sidelined, just one change is expected here, with Jeffrey Schlupp returning in place of Matheus Franca.

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Everton vs Crystal Palace Team Stats

Everton’s struggling defence

Across the season Everton have conceded just 3.83 shots on target per game, however since their winless run began in December, they have been conceding 5.57 shots on target per game. This has led to Jordan Pickford being called into action much more, making three or more saves in six of these seven games. Palace meanwhile have forced their opponent’s keeper into three or more saves in five of their last six games despite their own poor form. Therefore, backing Everton’s goalkeeper to make three or more saves at 2.1 looks to offer fantastic value.

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Palace shots undervalued

Though their form has been very poor in recent weeks, Palace are actually taking shots at a higher rate now than any point since the opening weeks of the season. The Eagles have had 3 or more shots on target in seven straight games. Even in their 5-0 loss to Arsenal they still managed 12 shots, with five on target so backing Palace for 3 or more shots on target against a leaky Everton team that has allowed three or more shots on target in nine of their last 10 league games at odds of 1.36 looks a very solid bet here.

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eVERTON vs cRYSTAL pALACE shots and shots on target stats

Harrison the best play from the Toffees

Second for shots on target amongst Everton players likely to start in this one, Jack Harrison looks to have been undervalued by the bookies here. Prior to the game against Man City, the winger was on a three-game run in which he had at least one shot on target in every game. He has also had a shot on target in four of his last seven games and should have plenty of opportunities to shoot against this weakened Palace backline. He can be backed for a shot on target at 1.91, and the price looks too good to pass up.

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Lerma offers great value across the board

Jefferson Lerma has scored just once this season, but he has been accumulating some serious shooting numbers. Fourth in shots on target per game for the Eagles (0.43 per game), Lerma has had a shot on target in four of his last seven but sits at odds as high as 3.20 to have another here. Alternatively, those looking for less of a longshot may back him simply to take 1+ shot, something he has done in 11 of his last 13 Palace appearances. He can be backed at odds of 1.29 on that market.

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eVERTON vs cRYSTAL pALACE Goals and Assists Stats

Tarkowski’s aerial threat

Everton have scored nine goals from corners this season, whilst Palace rank among the worst teams for conceding goals from corners, allowing six already. This means targeting aerial threats for a goal could pay off big time, and the obvious choice is James Tarkowski, who ranks in the top 5% of players for aerial duels won in Europe’s big five leagues. He may only have scored twice this season in all competitions, but both were of course a headers from Dwight McNeil set pieces. Those seeking a real longshot could do much worse than backing Tarkowski to score anytime at odds of 8.50.

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Jordan Ayew now the main man

With so many injuries, Jordan Ayew is now Palace’s go-to man going forwards. The Ghanian has not exactly set the world alight this season, however he has managed to bag himself three goals and assists in his last six games. With no Olise or Eze, any creativity will have to come from Ayew, and he has the ability to provide for his team when needed, having bagged five assists in the league so far. If Palace do get on the scoresheet, there is a good chance Ayew will be involved somewhere. He can be backed for a goal or an assist at 3.75.

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eVERTON Cards and Fouls Stats

Hard to ignore Idrissa Gueye

Everton’s Senegalese international has a reputation as an enforcer, and with good reason. He has committed more fouls per 90 than any Everton player likely to start at 1.89 per game and he has committed at least one foul in all but two of his 15 league starts. Even by his standards he has been on a tear recently, notching two or more fouls in all five straight league games in which he played more than 45 minutes. Available at 1.73 to commit two or more fouls, the price is too good to ignore considering Gueye’s record.

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With two tough-tackling centre-midfielders in place for Everton, Will Hughes is likely to bear the brunt of their fouling, along with Adam Wharton. Hughes’ numbers may not quite match Wharton’s, but he offers much better value on the fouls won markets. He can be backed to be fouled once at 1.50, whilst he has been fouled on average 2.00 times per game across his last three starts. In 15 league starts this season, Hughes has been fouled in 10, and he is matched up against two players who commit more fouls than most here.

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Crystal Palace Cards and Fouls Stats

Joachim Andersen undervalued here

Palace’s Danish centre-half is way down the pecking order for fouls according to the bookies, but the numbers don’t appear to back this up at all. He has committed 0.79 fouls per game so far this season, and in his last 10 league games he has committed at least one foul on seven occasions. Sitting as high as 1.73 to commit a single foul, and likely to matchup against James Garner and Jack Harrison who both draw over a foul per game, this looks to be great value for the punter.

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Whilst his season average isn’t anywhere near the ridiculous fouls won numbers put up by Jordan Ayew for Palace, Onana is far and away the most fouled Everton player. Being fouled 2.04 times per 90 across the season so far, these numbers have kicked into overdrive lately. Onana’s last four Everton starts have seen him fouled three times or more in each game, whilst his last 14 Everton starts have seen him draw two or more fouls on 10 occasions. Available at 1.57 to be fouled twice here, Onana looks very reasonably priced.

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