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crystal palace vs nottingham forest 07102023 betting tips

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest 07/10/2023 betting tips

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Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest 07/10/2023
  • Match result – Draw
  • Both teams to score
  • Crystal Palace 1-1 Nottingham Forest

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest 07/10/2023 betting tips: Expect narrow margins in mid-table showdown

Crystal Palace will be looking to build on their recent win over Manchester United as they welcome Nottingham Forest to Selhurst Park.

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest – Date, KO time and TV coverage

Premier League, Saturday, October 7, Kick-off 17:30, live on Sky Sports

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest – Predictions

  • Match result – Draw
  • Both teams to score

  • Crystal Palace 1-1 Nottingham Forest

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest – Team News

Crystal Palace will have to deal with a lengthy injury list ahead of the weekend.

Eberechi Eze, Dean Henderson, Jefferson Lerma, Matheus Franca, Michael Olise and James Tomkins are all set to miss the match.

Eagles’ French duo of Naouirou Ahamada and Odsonne Edouard are also doubts.

Forest, on the other hand, are without the injured trio of Danilo, Felipe and Wayne Hennessey. Nuno Tavares, meanwhile, is a doubt.

Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest – Verdict

Crystal Palace silenced the Theatre of Dreams last weekend as the Eagles edged Manchester United 1-0.

Roy Hodgson will now be looking to record back-to-back Premier League wins for the first time since April as Nottingham Forest visit the capital.

Steve Cooper’s men have enjoyed a steady start to the campaign, picking up eight points from their first seven games.

In September, the club picked up a memorable 1-0 victory over Chelsea before being somewhat fortunate in a 1-1 draw with Burnley.

A 2-0 defeat against Manchester City followed, with Forest going on to draw against Brentford in their latest outing.

Away games were a massive problem for Forest last season and Cooper will be intent on changing that.

Their first four away games this season have come against heavyweights in the form of Arsenal, Man United, Chelsea and Man City. With that in mind, a three-point haul from those games doesn’t sound too bad.

Palace perhaps aren’t the same calibre of opposition, though considering they only lost one of their last eight at Selhurst Park makes them tough opposition.

Bearing everything in mind, we’re expecting a close encounter in the capital this Saturday evening.

Backing the draw and both teams to score is the way to go.


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