Palace v Brighton Betting Tips
Crystal Palace v Brighton – Sat 9th March, 12:30, Selhurst Park
Referee: Craig Pawson
Will Crystal Palace continue their great form against a Brighton side that often struggle on their travels? Personally, I see good value in a Palace win in this match, but they do have a bit of inconsistency in their game.
Palace have won three, lost one and drawn one of their last five matches, but they have been struggling at Selhurst Park in recent games. They have lost three, won one and drawn one at home in their last five.
However, those two of those losses were against Chelsea and Man United, while losing to Watford is also understandable.
It’s funny, Palace have been scoring goals for fun on the road, but something just isn’t clicking at home.
However, they could rectify this in a game against a Brighton side that have lost five of their last six away games while drawing one.
Brighton have conceded two or more goals in their last five away matches to a total of 12 goals while only scoring 6. But, they have scored in their last four games on the road.
Meanwhile, Crystal Palace have kept just one clean sheet in their last five home games, conceding seven and scoring just five.
Zaha has scored five goals in nine games against Brighton, and he is in good form with five goals and one assist in his last six Premier League games.
Also, Glenn Murray has scored in his last three appearances against Palace in all competitions.
Firstly, Crystal Palace are 5/6 to win, the draw is 13/5 and a Brighton win is 4/1.
I do see value in Palace win at 5/6, but I also like the look of Palace win and over 1.5 match goals at 29/20 with Betfair.
This could be a low scoring game, and the Palace win at 5/6 does have value, but I can see them getting a little 2-0 win in there against a Brighton side that struggle to keep their opponents out on the road.
Also, Palace are in fine scoring form at the moment with ten goals in their last three games.
I like the look of Zaha to score anytime at 2/1 with Betfred. He is in fine scoring form, and he does love a goal against Brighton!