Crystal Palace Vs Leicester Free Tips [3rd Nov]
Crystal Palace vs Leicester (November 3) is the first of this Sunday’s two Premier League matches, and the bookies are only offering 5/4 about a Leicester win after their 9-0 annihilation of Southampton on Friday night. But that could be an overreaction against a Crystal Palace team that has a tremendous record against The Foxes.
Check out our stats, analysis, and free tips for Crystal Palace vs Leicester.
Crystal Palace vs Leicester Free Tips Analysis
15:00 Kick Off on 2nd Nov
Crystal Palace vs Leicester kicks-off at Selhurst Park at 2.00pm on Sunday 2 November.
Crystal Palace Form
Crystal Palace are having an excellent season and are currently occupying sixth place in the Premier League table, just two places and five points behind Leicester.
Manchester City (0-2) proved too good for them in their last home match, but they were unbeaten at Selhurst Park before that having drawn with Everton (0-0), beaten Aston Villa (1-0), drawn with Wolves (1-1), and beaten Norwich (2-0).
That means that all five matches at Selhurst Park have produced less than 2.5 goals, whilst both teams have scored just once.
Leicester could hardly come into this match in better form having created a new Premier League record for the biggest away win with their 9-0 victory at Southampton. They’ve also taken the scalps of Sheffield United (1-2) away from home, whilst they’ve drawn with Chelsea (1-1), and been beaten by a goal by both Manchester United (1-0) and Liverpool (2-1).
Crystal Palace vs Leicester Head-To-Heads
Crystal Palace vs Leicester have played each other 12 times in the Premier League, with Palace winning four times at home and four times away from home. Leicester have won twice at home and twice at Selhurst Park, whilst two games have been draws.
That means Palace have got the better of Leicester most of the time, and that’s very much the case in recent seasons with Palace having won the last four matches between the two sides.
Palace won this fixture 1-0 last season, and then followed that win with a 4-1 victory at the King Power Stadium in February. Palace were even more dominant the season before, winning 5-0 at home and 3-0 away.