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Crystal Palace vs Tottenham: Side with Spurs for another Eagles coup

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Match Preview and Predictions

Tottenham head to Crystal Palace with five wins from their last six Premier League games and buoyed by a thrilling win against PSV on Tuesday.

[All odds correct at time of publication]

Harry Kane inspired a 2-1 victory against the Dutch champions to keep alive Spurs' hopes of qualifying for the knockout stage of the Champions League.

Palace have picked up just two points from their last six games and have not won since a 1-0 victory at Huddersfield nearly two months ago.

Match information

When is it? Saturday 10th November

What time is kick-off? 17:30

Where is it being played? Selhurst Park

Which channel is it on? BT Sport 1

Who is the referee? Jonathan Moss

Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Betting Tips

Here are our predictions for Saturday's game for which we also have a range of other markets available:

The lowdown

Tottenham have played seven of their 11 matches away from home this season because of delays in the construction of their new ground but have hardly suffered as a consequence.

Six victories mean they have the best away record in the Premier League as they prepare to take on a team still searching for their first win at Selhurst Park in five attempts.

With just two draws, the Eagles have the fewest number of points on home soil and so the first of our Crystal Palace vs Tottenham predictions is for Spurs to win at 5/6.

Spurs have won their last four matches against Palace, who failed to score in their first four home games this season.

First goalscorer tips

Harry Kane looks the obvious choice to break the deadlock at 13/5 having scored four goals in as many games in all competitions, but with just one Premier League strike in his last four we prefer Erik Lamela at much bigger odds.

The Argentina attacker came off the bench for the PSV victory but has opened the scoring in Spurs' last two games on the road, so he gets the vote at 7/1 as our first goalscorer tip.

Anytime goalscorer tips

Lucas Moura is starting to get among the goals again and could be the man to back in the anytime market at 21/10.

Four of Moura's five goals this season have come away from home and potentially there could be space for the speedy winger to exploit should Spurs take the lead as expected.

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Where the game will be won or lost

Mauricio Pochettino has some concerns in midfield ahead of the game with Mousa Dembele out for the rest of the year.

The Spurs boss is also considering resting Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen because of their international commitments, having only returned to action recently after respective hamstring and stomach problems.

However, Spurs coped without both players for their last three away games which they won so we are not expecting a capitulation at Selhurst Park.

Interestingly, Spurs have beaten Palace 1-0 in their last four meetings home and away and a repeat of that scoreline is a tempting 8/1, but instead we are jumping on a BetStars Odds boost on a 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 win at 12/5 as the next of our Crystal Palace vs Tottenham betting tips.

That has been the outcome in four of Tottenham's six away matches against teams outside the top six this season and a repeat looks a strong possibility.

The last of our predictions is for Tottenham to get us off to a nice start by winning the first half at 27/20. Spurs have the best away record at half-time (W5 D2 L0) even taking into account the fact they have played more games on the road than any other team.

Traders' Tips - View from the trading floor

Tottenham had an energy-sapping Champions League game on Tuesday and with a few injury concerns this could be Palace's chance to pick up a valuable point at Selhurst Park where they have not won this season.

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Warren Barner
@warren_barner in Football