EPL: Crystal Palace vs Burnley

Burnley is playing very well lately and Nick Pope’s team are very close to the safety group. Even a victory at Crystal Palace will help Burnley temporarily escape successfully. In front of an opponent who does not have too many goals to fight, don’t be too surprised if the away team leaves with all 3 points.

Striker Wilfried Zaha’s double goal helped Crystal Palace beat Watford 4-1 away from home. Not only did this result bring back 3 points, but this result also helped Crystal Palace block the series of unbeaten matches in the Premier League that stopped at 7 (draw 3, lose 4). After getting a relatively safe score compared to the group holding the red light, Crystal Palace played subjectively and continuously brought back bad results.

After 26 matches, the “Eagles” won 6, drew 11 and lost 9. Currently with 29 points in hand, Crystal Palace is in 11th place in the rankings with 9 points more than the group holding the lights. Red. At home, Crystal Palace lost all of the last 3 rounds when facing West Ham, Chelsea and Liverpool. This team has a good attack and has shot 36 goals, but Crystal Palace’s defense also plays poorly and conceded 37 times.

There was a time when Burnley almost gave up in the relegation battle when they continuously brought bad results on the pitch. However, a miracle has come in the last two rounds when coach Nick Pope’s team beat Brighton 3-0 at home and most recently Tottenham with a score of 1-0 at home. Burnley only lost 1/6 of the last round, which is the minimum defeat when welcoming Liverpool. After a total of 23 matches played in the Premier League this season, Burnley won 3, drew 11 and lost 9.

Currently with 20 points, the away team is in 18th place in the standings. They are only a meager 2 points behind the safety group and still have 1 match in hand. If they beat Crystal Palace in the upcoming match, it is almost certain that Burnley will temporarily escape the danger zone. Remember 4 recent encounters with Crystal Palace, Burnley are unbeaten (draw 1, win 3). Even the last 2 times as a guest to Selhurst Park, Burnley both returned triumphant songs.

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