Football Betting Tips – Chelsea vs Tottenham
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Crystal Palace vs Tottenham, Selhurst Park
Sunday 27th January, Kick-off: 16:00
– Last five meetings have finished 1-0 to Tottenham
– Both teams have failed to score in seven of the last eight
– Palace have won three of their cup meetings compared to Spurs’ two
– Palace have lost their last two matches conceding six goals
– Tottenham still without Kane, Son and Alli due to injury
In a fascinating run of fixtures, the previous five meetings between Crystal Palace and Tottenham have all finished
1-0 to Spurs. This run dates back to August 2016, and the start of the run which followed on from a 1-0 Palace win earlier in that year – in the FA Cup.
This cup meeting will be an intense test under the lights for Pochettino’s Tottenham. Plagued by injuries, the Argentinean could be forgiven for taking this competition lightly; a sentiment not shared with a majority of Spurs fans in their quest for a first piece of silverware since 2008.
Crystal Palace are without an identity this season. A strange run of successes against the bigger sides has been caveated by disappointing losses to weaker opposition; their home form has also proved cause for concern with Hodgson left scratching his head at some performances at Selhurst Park. Just three wins in their twelve home matches this season sees them loitering in the bottom half of the table, with goals proving their Achilles heel.
Spurs’ injury woes have been well documented this campaign, with Harry Kane, Heung-min Son and Dele Alli all sidelined through injury. The return to fitness for Lucas Moura and Mo Sissoko have been timely for Poch amidst this crisis; a deficit of goals needs to be made up elsewhere on the pitch.
A Juan Foyth header separated these two sides in November when they last met in what was described as a “filthy” evening in South London. Moura and Lamela started that fixture, and along with Llorente, Spurs have been restricted to second string attacking options.
Hodgson seems to get his players fired up for the big occasion. The Eagles have taken points off of Man City, Man United, Arsenal and Wolves this season, with a close run 4-3 loss away at Anfield emphasizing their ‘big-game’ nature.
It’s not beyond the realms of possibility to suggest that Palace will progress on Sunday. Case A: Tottenham’s injury list. Case B: Pochettino’s quest in the Premier League. Case C: Hodgson’s big-game management. Case D: Palace’s only hope of success this season. Yes, a lot of assumptions and ‘what iffery’, but if there was a ‘cupset’ worth a close look this weekend, it could well come at Selhurst Park. After all, Sunday afternoon fixtures in the FA Cup often throw up a shock…
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