Everton v Crystal Palace odds, bets and match preview as Toffees look for three points at Goodison
Latest Everton v Crystal Palace odds from Goodison, plus free bets and match preview as Roberto Martinez looks for three points.
Everton will go in search of a third successive win on Sunday when they welcome Crystal Palace to Goodison Park.
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After picking up just 2 points in their opening 3 games, the Toffee’s burst into life last weekend with a 2-0 win over WBA and they followed up that win with an opening day victory over Wolfsburg in the Europa league.
They face a Crystal Palace side that has yet to win this season and has just two points on the board.
The Londoners lost to Arsenal and West Ham in their opening two game but have stemmed the tide somewhat in recent weeks with draws against Newcastle and Burnley.
Currently it is only goal difference keeping Neil Warnock’s side out of the bottom three and they will be keen to build on last seasons’ surprise result at Goodison. On that occasion the club raced into a 2-0 and 3-1 league before hanging on for a 3-2 win.
Everton’s 4-1 Europa league success against Wolfsburg did not come without its problems as Seamus Coleman, a scorer on the night, suffering a knock and will be assessed in the lead up to the game.
Samuel Eto’o once again impressed from the bench and could finally get a first start while the fit-again Darron Gibson is also hoping for a chance to impress.
Palace meanwhile are sweating on the fitness of Marouane Chamakh. The Morocco international has been struggling with a hamstring injury and will be assessed before the game with Kevin Doyle in contention for his first start since his loan move from Wolves.
Joe Ledley returns following a hip problem, Andrew Johnson is available and ready, while Zeki Fryers could finally make his debut.
Everton are currently 11th in the table on 5 points, just three points ahead of 17th place Palace.
Martinez’s side appear to like their Sunday football with the club winning each of their last four games keeping three clean sheets in the process.
Last season they lost at home to a then Tony Pulis managed Palace however this season the Eagles look a different side and have yet to click into gear despite appearing stubborn against Arsenal and claiming a hard fought point away to Newcastle.