EPL: CPFC vs SaintsFC

Crystal Palace will host Southampton's away team at Selhurst Park during their opening Premier League meeting on Saturday. Examining their past head-to-head head-to-head from September 16, 2017 shows us that Crystal Palace won 1 of these and 3 wins for Southampton with 2 draws. In total, 12 goals were scored between them during this period, with 4 of them for The Eagles and 8 for The Saints.

Crystal Palace entered this match after a 1-1 draw in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur in the final round, Crystal Palace controlled 47% of the ball possession and 13 shots, including 2 shots on target. The sole scorer for Crystal Palace was Jeff Schlupp (53 '). Crystal Palace has had a hard time unlocking their defense in recent matches, scoring just 3 against their opponents in their last 6 matches, The Eagles have also seen. The number of goals in favor of them with a total of 13. Only 4 times that Palace has 2 or more goals in the last 20 matches at home and since the 0-2 loss to Man Utd in July, no match was They did not shoot at home and had 8 matches in their last 20 home matches in which they saw both teams score.

Southampton will enter their next game following a 3-1 Premier League win with Sheffield United appearing in their final game last season. In that match, Southampton controlled the ball 72% and 13 shots on goal with 4 hits, the scorers were Che Adams (50 ', 71') and Danny Ings (84 '). In the last 6 official matches, Southampton has scored 10 goals and are on the scoreboard and 5 goals are scored by the opponent. They just broke up with two central midfielders, captain Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, to Tottenham and Mario Lemina loaned to a newly promoted Fulham but bought Spurs winger Kyle Walker-Peters after successfully borrowing him last season. And they also swung 11 million pounds to buy Real Valladolid midfielder Mohammed Salisu after they have never kept a clean sheet since July 2-0 win over Bournemouth. S'hampton coach Ralph Hasenhüttl will have some concerns when Guido Carrillo (tendon injury) and Sam McQueen (Cross ligament rupture) are out of field.