Crystal Palace vs Newcastle Analysis
15:00 Kick Off on 22nd Feb
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle Match Details
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle kicks-off at 15.00 at Selhurst Park on Saturday 22 February.
Crystal Palace Form
Crystal Palace host Newcastle this Saturday having lost their last three Premier League games, including home defeats against Southampton (0-2) and Sheffield United (0-1) and last week’s away loss at Everton (3-1).
But it’s eight games in all competitions since Palace registered their last wins, a period in which they’ve also lost to Derby in the FA Cup and drawn at home against Arsenal and away at Manchester City, Norwich, and Southampton.
Scoring goals continues to be the problem for Palace, having scored just five in their last eight games, with two of those amazingly coming at Manchester City. That means Palace have failed to score in half of their last eight games and have scored more than one goal just once.
Newcastle have won just two of their last 10 Premier League games, with those wins being 1-0 home victories against Palace and Chelsea.
Their away-form looks even worse, having lost to Arsenal (4-0), Manchester United (4-1), and Burnley (1-0), as well as drawing 1-1 at Wolves and 2-2 at Everton.
Newcastle have failed to score in half of their last 10 games and have scored more than once just once in that period.
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle Head-To-Heads
Crystal Palace and Newcastle have played each other 17 times in the Premier League and it’s Newcastle that have dominated with nine wins compared to three wins for Crystal Palace and five draws.
Only one of Crystal Palace’s wins have come at home, with Newcastle winning four of the eight games and Selhurst Park, whilst three have been draws.
The last two matches between have been at Newcastle, and both teams have recorded one win each, whilst the last two games at Crystal Palace have been draws, and Newcastle also won at St James’s Park two seasons ago.
The most interesting statistics from those games are the score-lines, 1-0, 0-1, 1-1, 0-0, and 1-0.