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Leicester vs Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Apr 10. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Leicester vs Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Apr 10. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Although both Leicester and Crystal Palace start this Premier League weekend in the top half of the table, there is every chance that both clubs could also find themselves out of it by Sunday afternoon.

Which will only make their meeting at the King Power Stadium even more interesting and with both clubs having designs on finishing in the top-ten, dropping points is certainly not on the weekend agenda.

Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.

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Crystal Palace - Draw No Bet

With both teams aspiring of a top-ten finish but also with their focus potentially lying elsewhere, this is a difficult game to call and therefore, I have taken a deeper look across the biggest online betting sites.

Because when looking at Leicester, they also have the small matter of European action in midweek to deal with and when you consider Crystal Palace’s current run of form, this may well play into their hands.

Which is why I have opted for an away win on Sunday. However, I have played it a little safer by using the Draw No Bet market and this means if you join me in backing Palace to win, you will get odds of 5/4 (bet365), while if they draw you will get your money back

Leicester Form, squad news, opinion

It really has been a mixed bag for Leicester this season and this perfectly summed up by their last three Premier League outings. One win, one draw, one loss, as mixed a bag of results that you can get.

However, four points from nine is still a better haul than the teams around them and although Leicester have not been in blistering form themselves, they are making light from the misfortune of others.

To the point where there is a small element of resurgence going on at the King Power Stadium and although a 9th place finish will be the absolute maximum ceiling, it will still mean a relatively good end to this campaign.

Especially if that standing is also paired together with success in the Europa Conference League and progress in that competition, may then require a balancing act when it comes to domestic matters.

Because if the Foxes do reach the last four and get the better of PSV Eindhoven, manager Brendan Rodgers may well decide that this competition takes priority over any ensuing Premier League matters.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Crystal Palace, there is a mixture of good news and bad and with Wesley Fofana recently returning to the Leicester fold, manager Brendan Rodgers must still deal with injuries to Jamie Vardy, Danny Ward and Wilfried Ndidi.

Crystal Palace Form, squad news, opinion

What a time to be a Crystal Palace supporter. 9th in the Premier League, unbeaten in their last five outings in the competition, players getting called up to the England squad and an FA Cup Semi-final appearance on the horizon.

Something that manager Patrick Vieria has been instrumental in overseeing and when many people tipped the Eagles to soar into the Championship next season, that prediction now looks way off the mark.

While when it comes to off the mark, that is exactly what Arsenal were on Monday night and with the roar of the Selhurst Park crowd behind them, the South London outfit eased to a stunning 3-0 victory.

A perfect start to the week has been recorded and now Palace will look for the perfect end and the only dilemma that their man in charge has, is whether to ring the changes before next weekend’s cup clash with Chelsea.

Of course, Conor Gallagher will be unable to play for Palace at Wembley - as per the terms of his loan deal with the Blues and therefore, he will certainly be deployed in the centre of midfield this Sunday.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Leicester, there are no new injury concerns for manager Patrick Vieria to deal with and this means he could name an unchanged starting eleven from Monday.

History

When it comes to the history of these two sides, their most notable clash was back in 1996. A meeting at Wembley saw Leicester get the better of Crystal Palace in the Division 1 play-off final and subsequently earn promotion to the Premier League.

That afternoon saw the Foxes get the better of the Eagles in dramatic fashion and with the game getting ready for a penalty shootout, Leicester forward Steve Claridge would score in the final seconds of extra-time to win it for the then Filbert Street outfit.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Leicester have won on 29 occasions, Crystal Palace 27 and there have been 20 draws

About the Venue

The King Power Stadium opened in 2002 and holds up to 32,273 supporters.

Previously known as the Walkers Stadium, the King Power Stadium has been the named home of Leicester since 2011 and since that time, the Foxes have found considerably more bite within English and European football.

None more so than back in 2016 and with Claudio Ranieri leading Leicester to an incredible Premier League title victory, it is a memory that will be etched in supporters’ minds for eternity.

Conclusion

When looking at the Premier League outright markets, the one of interest to both Leicester and Crystal Palace is the top-ten finish. At the time of writing, both teams are odds on to precisely achieve that.

While a win for either side on Sunday would only shorten their odds further and when you consider that Leicester are at 2/7 (888sport), it may be worth backing Palace at 8/15 (SportNation) in order to find any real value.

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