It’s a lunchtime London Derby at Selhurst Park on Saturday as Crystal Palace take on Spurs in what should be a tasty contest.
We’ve put together a 14/1 Bet Builder for the big match in the hope we can kick off Saturday with a nice winner.
- Tottenham to win to nil
- Harry Kane to score
- Under 2.5 goals
- Each team to have 1 card or more
- Conor Gallagher to be booked
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Crystal Palace v Tottenham Bet Builder Betting Tip:
Tottenham to win to nil
Spurs are yet to concede in the Premier League this season and with Harry Kane looking back to his best in the international break it’s hard to oppose Nuno’s side here.
Palace also struggle against fellow London sides – failing to win any of their last 11 London derbies.
Harry Kane to score
Kane scored in all three of England’s World Cup qualifiers and he also scored twice for Spurs in Europe before the international break.
He’s scored 38 goals in Premier League London derby matches and has also been involved in 12 goals in 14 Premier League games against Crystal Palace – we expect him to nab at least one goal at Selhurst Park.
Under 2.5 goals
Palace have failed to score in three of their four games in all competitions this term and are facing a Spurs side that have won to nil in four of five matches under Nuno so far.
Spurs to edge this in a low-scoring contest looks the best play here.
Each team to have 1 card or more
Referee Jon Moss has awarded both teams a booking in seven of his last nine Premier League outings and in what’s sure to be a closely fought contest we expect that combination to click once more on Saturday.
Conor Gallagher to be booked
Gallagher looks set to have a busy afternoon in the middle of the park and he’s not shy about getting stuck in, especially against the big six sides.
He’s picked up four bookings in his last eight Premier League games and looks overpriced to make his way into the book on Saturday.
*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.