Saturday’s football programme will feature Crystal Palace vs Liverpool in the round of 16. The visitors are the clear favourites, while their counterpart has only gained a point since the national break. The match will be played on 9 December at 13:30 and will be broadcast by Canal+ Sport.
Where to watch Crystal Palace vs Liverpool?
Saturday’s match of the 15th round of the Premier League will offer a clash of two teams in different forms and with opposite ambitions. While the home side are primarily looking to save themselves, the visitors are attacking the league title after a three-year drought. The Reds will welcome the Selhurst Park stadium, the match will be played on December 8 from 13:30 and will be broadcast live on Canal+ Sport.
Crystal Palace under the blanket for the first time
Since the rather controversial return of the ageless Roy Hodgson last year, the Seagulls have picked themselves up and returned to what they have always been good at under the experienced coach – beating teams from the bottom of the table. Now, however, the form is gone, with four rounds to win and only 14th in the table.
Reds feel they have a chance
Although the Reds looked very disjointed at the start of the season, gradually their offensive machine has picked up and they have won two out of three games since the national break. The draw at the Etihad Stadium is also a good one, Liverpool are two points behind first placed Arsenal, while they already have a six point lead on Manchester City.
Crystal Palace vs Liverpool odds
Betting tip – Liverpool to win and score less than five goals
The Seagulls have long been troubled favourites at home, losing to Arsenal and Tottenham here this season by just one goal, and unluckily in both cases. That’s why I think they can definitely score against a fragile Reds defence. At the same time, I believe Liverpool will win, albeit very narrowly. I expect to win by one goal, at the same time less than five total goals. Jürgen Klopp’s charges are not such a machine out there after all.
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