CRY vs BHA Dream11: Crystal Palace can move up to 8th in the Premier League when they play Brighton & Hove Albion at Selhurst Park on Monday night. In fact, a win for the Eagles will take them to within a point of 5th placed Tottenham Hotspur, but the visitors have their own stakes to play for and considering how they have been playing under Graham Potter, getting a result won't be easy for the home team.
Host: Crystal Palace
Visitors: Brighton & Hove Albion
Competition: Premier League
Match Venue: Selhurst Park
Match Timing: Tuesday, December 17, @01:15 AM
Dream11 Football Prediction – Odds checker:
Crystal Palace to win: 2.60 (8/5), Probability to happen: 38.46%
Brighton & Hove Albion to win: 2.98 (99/50), Probability to happen: 33.56%
Draw: 3.34 (117/50), Probability to happen: 29.94%
Dream11 likely match scenario:
Nothing can be said or told with utmost surety when dealing with future events. You will always be playing with the guess, or maybe a hunch, of sorts, when marking down your prediction. But you can trim down the risk factor in sports events by looking at the past trends of a particular team, in every situation.
That's why it's important to look at Crystal Palace's home form this season. They have been poor at Selhurst Park in recent weeks, losing three times in the last four home matches. In fact, Palace have have scored only six goals at home, failing to score in three, scored once in four games, and more than one in only one match.
Brighton's case in away games is not better by any means. They have shipped 14 times in 8, and are ranked as the 15th best away team in the league. However, the important factor is that they have scored in the last four away matches, goals at Anfield, Old Trafford and Emirates Stadium including.
So a clean sheet is not what we can surmise.
Crystal Palace team news: Palace are without full-backs Patrick Van Aanholt, Joel Ward and Jeffrey Schlupp.
Centre-back Mamadou Sakho is suspended, while Scott Dann is out injured, leaving Hodgson with only a few options at the back.
Likely changes: Martin Kelly is expected to start at the right-back, while Jairo Riedewald is expected to earn his debut at the left-back position. All other positions should remain same from the last game, with Ayew leading the lines, and Zaha and Townsend providing the width.
Crystal Palace key players:
Jordan Ayew: 04 Goals.
Luka Milivojevic: 02 Goals.
Wilfried Zaha: 02 Goals.
Brighton & Hove Albion team news: Brighton will monitor striker Aaron Connolly ahead of the game. The 19-year-old Englishman suffered a groin injury in Brighton's 1-2 win over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium and missed the last game with the same problem.
Jose Izquierdo and Solly March remain on the sideline and won't feature while Dale Stephens is suspended due to the accumulation of yellow cards.
Brighton & Hove Albion key players:
Neal Maupay: 06 Goals.
Lewis Dunk: 02 Goals.
Adam Webster: 02 Goals.
Crystal Palace: Vicente Guaita (GK), Martin Kelly, James Tomkins, Gary Cahill, Jairo Riedewald, Andros Townsend, Cheikhou Kouyate, Luke Milivojevic, James McArthur, Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew
Brighton & Hove Albion: Matt Ryan (GK), Steven Alzate, Adam Webster, Lewis Dunk, Dan Burn, Davy Propper, Yves Bissouma, Aaron Mooy, Pascal Gross, Neal Maupay, Leandro Trossard
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As we discussed, above this game has draw wrotten all over it. A score draw is our call.