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Crystal Palace Betting Odds, Tips and Betting Offers

We will keep you up-to-date when it comes to betting odds and tips for Crystal Palace as well as the latest Crystal Palace throughout the 2023/24 Premier League season.

Crystal Palace Top Tip

The Premier League fixtures for next season will be announced on Tuesday 18 June at 9am; come back then for a top tip on Crystal Palace’s opening day fixture.

Crystal Palace Betting Odds

Since victory in the Championship play-off final in 2013, Crystal Palace have always been a solid Premier League outfit, finishing no higher than tenth and no lower than 15th.

The Eagles’ best points tally during this period if 49, achieved in 18/19, while their lowest is 41, from two seasons before.

Crystal Palace Betting Tips and Predictions

Our experts will make sure you are kept abreast of Crystal Palace developments during the 2023/24 Premier League season. Check out the latest Crystal Palace tips below or head over to our football betting tips page for more info on what we have on offer.

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About Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace’s Premier League history has been a topsy-turvy ride to say the least. There have been four relegations for one of the 22 founding clubs of England’s top-flight division since the inaugural 1992/93 campaign.

In particular, the late 1990s and early 2000s were particularly turbulent for the South London outfit, who went into administration several times and went close to going out of business.

That said, Palace are enjoying their longest spell in the Premier League, and they have had an uninterrupted period since the 2013/14 season. Selhurst Park has been the home of Palace since 1924, and they are known as the Eagles, with an eagle the club “mascot” or good luck charm in what is one of the league’s smallest grounds with a capacity just shy of 25,500.

There have been many colourful characters that have managed Palace in years gone by, such as Alan Pardew and Neil Warnock. But Hodgson, who is the oldest manager in Premier League football, will remain in the dugout for at least one more season, having come back to rescue Palace from a relegation scrap last term. That had seemed likely when Vieira endured a 12-game winless run before the Palace board intervened and sacked the Frenchman.

While there has been success via the Championship play-offs, Palace have had few trophies to show for their industry on the field. The FA Cup has seen them experience heartache in the Final, most recently in 2016, but it will be an area they will be targeting success in this term.

Palace are known for producing an exciting brand of football, and Hodgson will be hoping his side can muscle their way into the top half this season. That will depend on signings made during the summer transfer window, but with Palace, you wouldn’t want to completely dismiss their chances as well as ruffle a few feathers.

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Ben Gray

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