On Monday, April 15, 2022-23, Liverpool will play host to Crystal Palace in a 2022-23 English Premier League showdown at Anfield. Both teams are looking for their first win of the season.
Following last Saturday’s disheartening 2-2 draw with Fulham away at Craven Cottage, the Reds will be anxious to collect maximum points in this match.
They are aware that they cannot afford to make a mistake like that again this season, which is shaping up to be intense competition for the league championship.
The previous season’s championship was won by Manchester City over Liverpool by a single point, so the Reds find themselves in a situation that is as near to a must-win as they can be at this time in the season.
On Saturday, City defeated Bournemouth by a score of 4-0, improving its record to 2-0-0 with a goal differential of +6.
On August 5, the Eagles played their first game of the Premier League season, which was a clash versus Arsenal. At Selhurst Park, the Gunners prevailed by a score of 2-0 to go closer to being in contention for first place in the table.
This week won’t be any easier for Palace, who finished 12th in the Premier League table in 2021-22, but manager Patrick Vieira has made some positive strides with the team already.
In Liverpool, England, the game is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. Eastern Time. In its most recent Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace odds, Caesars Sportsbook has Liverpool pegged as a -470 favourite on the 90-minute money line (meaning bettors must put up $470 to win $100).
The underdog, Palace, is receiving odds of +1400, while the over/under for total goals scored has been established at 3.5.
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Green has covered the sport in a variety of countries all over the world. Since that time, his picks for European soccer matches have been astoundingly accurate.
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At home at Anfield, the Reds have been practically unbeatable and have exerted their dominance over Crystal Palace.
During the previous season, they finished home league play with a record of 15-4-0 while scoring 49 goals and allowing only nine.
In the 2021-22 season, Palace suffered eight of their 12 defeats on the road, and in the last ten games between the two teams, Palace has not been victorious against Liverpool.
The Reds have defeated the Eagles four times during the past two seasons, compiling a 15-1 advantage in scoring against them.
During the previous Premier League season, Liverpool finished in second place in the league with 94 goals scored and allowed only 20 goals against.
With Luis Diaz and Darwin Nunez joining an attack powered by Mohamed Salah, Liverpool appears to be in better shape on paper than it was the previous year.
Salah’s 23 goals scored equalled him for the best in the league. While Diaz scored 18 goals with Porto and the Reds after joining in January, Nunez scored 26 goals for Benfica in 2021-22 after signing with the club in the summer.
The Liverpool defence, which is commanded by Virgil Van Dijk, will be eager to make up for a rare bye week after having the previous week off.
During the previous season, Liverpool averaged only eight shots against them per game, which was the second-fewest in the league.
Against Fulham, it let up nine shots on goal, although they only resulted in two goals despite three on-target attempts.
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Why You Really Should Support Palace of Crystal
There is little doubt that Vieira was paying careful heed to Liverpool’s issues on the back line last week, and he possesses some attackers who can exploit flaws.
Aleksandar Mitrovic scored both goals for Fulham in their match against Liverpool last week. He was successful in earning a penalty from Virgil van Dijk and beating Trent Alexander-Arnold with a header.
The Eagles do not have a player with Mitrovic’s level of physicality, but they do have players with a lot of quickness who can capitalize on any mistakes made by the opposition.
Odsonne Edouard (six goals in 2021-22), Wilfried Zaha (14 goals in 2021-22), Jean-Philippe Mateta (five goals), and Jordan Ayew (three goals) all have the potential to cause difficulties.
Last year, Eberechi Eze contributed to Palace’s offence with one goal and one assist in six starts, and during the preseason, he played in five games and had a hand in scoring four goals.
The previous week, the Eagles tied Arsenal’s total of 10 shots with two on target while also having a possession advantage of 57 per cent to 43 per cent.
They finished the 2021-22 season with a record of 3-1-1, thus Liverpool will need to be at the top of their game, especially on the defensive end of the field.
The Reds have given up the first goal in each of their previous five Premier League matches, so it would be beneficial for Palace to go on the board first and relieve some of the burdens on the defence if they can.