Everton v Crystal Palace Odds : Back Toffees to win to nil and regain Champions League spot

Latest Everton v Crystal Palace odds, team news and live stream information as the Toffees look a cracking bet to win to nil at Goodison tonight.

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Everton will look to keep the pressure on Arsenal when they welcome Crystal Palace to Goodison Park later today.



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With the Gunners in action on Tuesday against West Ham, Roberto Martinez’ side could have relinquished their short-held grasp on the coveted fourth spot.

The Toffees claimed their place in the Champions league spots on the back of a scrappy 1-0 win over Sunderland at the weekend after moving into contention with a stunning 3-0 win over the Gunners the weekend before.

Martinez’ men have developed into one of the league’s most attractive sides to watch with the Spaniard possession game, which was evident in his success at Wigan proving it can operate at a higher level.

The club, who lasted competed in the Champions league in the 2005/2006 season are enjoying a wonderful season to date and are currently on a run of seven straight wins. However they face a tough task against a Palace side that is showing good form of their own in the run in.

Tony Pulis’s men have climbed to 12th in the table on the back of a stunning run of three successive wins, which includes successes over Chelsea, Cardiff and Aston Villa.

Despite the mathematical possibility of relegation still in the horizon the Eagles will be confident of staying up, their achievements all the more remarkable given their possible in the table prior to the arrival of the former Stoke manager.

Pulis should have an almost fully fit squad to choose from with the only doubt surrounding Kagisho Dikgacoi who was withdrawn early on at the weekend.

Everton meanwhile will be missing a host of key players with Steven Pienaar, Darron Gibson and Arouna Kone, defender Bryan Oviedo (broken leg) and loanee Lacina Troare (hamstring) all out while Phil Jagielka is still not ready to return to action following a hamstring injury.

The two clubs drew 0-0 when they met in November.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.