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Won Crystal Palace vs Spurs - Day 10 - 27th October 8:00pm

Oct 27, 2023
KO Time
8:00 pm

Match Prediction

  • Spurs Win

    Votes: 101 75.9%
  • Spurs Loss

    Votes: 6 4.5%
  • Draw

    Votes: 26 19.5%

  • Total voters





World Clock

Andrew Madley

Palace - LDWLD ------ Spurs - WWWD

Aiming to continue our unbeaten start to the season and life unde rAnge and strengthen our position at the summit of the EPL, we will raise the curtain on the weekend's top-flight action on Friday, when we travel across London to take on Crystal Palace. We marked our return from the international break with a victory over Fulham on Monday to move two points clear in top spot, while our hosts dropped to 11th place following a heavy defeat to Newcastle United.

The schedule certainly does not get any easier for Crystal Palace following their trip to St James' Park, as we now arrive aiming to extend our fine start to life under Ange Postecoglou and grow our lead at the top of the Premier League table.

After nine rounds of games in England's top flight, we boast a points tally of 23, having already scored 20 goals while only allowing eight at the other end.

Following a 2-2 draw away at rivals Arsenal in the North London Derby in late September, we now head into Friday's trip on the back of three straight Premier League victories, firstly scraping past Liverpool in a 2-1 win
thanks to a 90th-minute Matip own goal, after initially leading through Son, before triumphing 1-0 away at Luton Town with Van de Ven netting the decisive goal.

We would then pick up where we left off on our return to action on Monday night, as we hosted Fulham and took a seventh three-point hau
l of the campaign with Son and Maddison netting our goals in a 2-0 victory.

Now boasting a two-point lead at the top of the table for the first time this season, with Manchester City and Arsenal remaining hot on our heels, and following a relatively quick turnaround after Monday's win, we will be desperate to make it four wins on the bounce on Friday and go further clear at the top before the chasing pack return to action over the

Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace head into their 10th outing of the Premier League season on the back of a relatively positive start to the new top-flight campaign, having picked up 12 points from their opening nine outings under Roy Hodgson's continued stewardship.

In those nine matches, the Eagles have managed three victories while playing out three draws and suffering three defeats, and they headed into the recent international break in relatively high spirits following a three-match unbeaten run in the league, beginning with a goalless stalemate against Fulham and a 1-0 triumph over Manchester United at Old Trafford courtesy of Joachim Andersen 's first-half goal.

Another stalemate against Nottingham Forest then followed, making it three straight clean sheets for Hodgson's men and just seven goals conceded in their first eight top-flight games, but they were unable to continue their fine defensive form or growing unbeaten run on their return to action on Saturday, as they faced a tough trip to Newcastle United and were well beaten by a dominant Magpies side.

Now left wounded from that thrashing, having dropped to 11th spot with just a two-point gap down to 15th place, Crystal Palace will aim to return to their best at Selhurst Park on Friday and gain a positive result, albeit in one of their toughest tests so far.


We first played each other on Saturday 12th January 1924 in the FA Cup where Palace beat us 2-0.

We have gone on to play each other competitively 57 times where we won 31, they won 11 and 15 were drawn.

League: We have won 28 times, they have won 7 and 13 games have been draws

FA Cup: We have won 2 times, they have won 4 and 1 was drawn.

League Cup: We won 1, they haven’t won any and 1 was drawn.

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