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Mid-table side Crystal Palace has nothing to play for other than pride in the upcoming clash. They will host Arsenal in the fixture for the three points.

With Everton and West Ham losing their previous games respectively, Arteta’s men will be optimistic about a climb in the Premier League table this term.

The Eagles have lost three of their last five matches and only two wins in it. Two of their last three defeats came on the road, which puts them in a comfortable position. Their previous encounter was at home and they defeated Aston Villa with a 3-2 score on the board.

In the meantime, Gunners still have a chance in the top seven on the table. They will try to build on their three-game winning streak in the league, following a 0-1 win on the road against Chelsea last time out in their schedule. They are eleven points ahead of the host on the table as it stands.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal Head-to-head (h2h)

  • Four of their last five matches have ended in a draw.
  • Both teams have scored in six of their recent seven fixtures.
  • The Gunners have recorded three of the last five overall wins.
  • Their previous encounter in 2021 resulted in a goalless draw.
  • The host has one win from their past 14 clashes at home.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal Prediction

There is no doubt that the match is sizing to be an away win in full-time. Arsenal has lost only once in their visits to this venue since 1990. However, they have drawn in four of their last five h2h meetings with Crystal Palace.

But with their current form of winning streak, the Gunners have more chance of taking all three points in the upcoming clash. Furthermore, the tip for under 3.5 goals will probably be a suitable option for the goals area in the encounter.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal Betting tips

  • Under 3.5 goals @ 1.44 (4/9).
  • Arsenal to win @ 1.50 (1/2).
Match Info:

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal
England – Premier League
Date: Wednesday, 19 May 2021
Kick-off at 20:00 UK/ 21:00 CET,
Venue: Selhurst Park (London).

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