Crystal Palace faces Brighton & Hove Albion
Crystal Palace faces Brighton & Hove Albion at the Selhurst Park in a match from the 5th round of the Premier League. Are you ready to take a look at it in our soccer predictions for this week?
How are Crystal Palace doing since the beginning of the season? Roy Hodgson’s team is currently 12th in the Premier League standings with 6 points won. They have a record of two wins and two losses from the start of the campaign, no draws just yet.
Just before the international break Crystal Palace lost for a second consecutive time. The Londoners paid a visit to Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge, but it didn’t go very well and they suffered a 0-4 defeat. The Eagles will try to forget about this performance as soon as possible.
Roy Hodgson has some problems with injured players before this game. Nathan Ferguson, Gary Cahill and James Tomkins are all injured and unavaliable at this moment. Most likely they won’t be in the squad for the Sunday game.
Brighton & Hove Albion approach the 5th round of the league from 15th place in the standings. The Seagulls have 3 points and need to start winning more points in near future. Otherwise, it could be a difficult season for them.
Before the break Brighton & Hove Albion suffered a third loss for the season. Graham Potter’s boys faced Everton in Liverpool, but they suffered a 2-4 defeat against Premier League’s current leaders. Neal Maupay and Yves Bissouma scored for the visitors.
These are our soccer predictions for this week for the Premier League fixture between Crystal Palace and Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday. We believe the hosts have the advantage at the Selhurst Park despite the lack of fans because of COVID-19. Roy Hodgson knows how to motivate his players in games like this one, but let’s see.