Match Preview: Crystal Palace 1-1 Wolves Prediction and Betting Tips | Premier League

Crystal Palace – Wolves betting tips for today, September 22, 2019

Kick-off: 14:00 Crystal Palace – Wolves
Football: ENGLAND: Premier League – Round 6
Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Odds: 1.47
Bookmaker: BetFair
Match Result: 1:1 WON!!!

Match Preview

It’s been an indifferent start for Crystal Palace in the Premier League (PL) so far (W2, D1, L2). They have at least been pretty robust in defence, keeping three clean sheets across those PL matches. However, it is their attack that is faltering most severely, with the ‘Eagles’ scoring just three, while drawing a blank in three of their five PL matches so far.
Impressively, Crystal Palace have lost just one of their previous seven competitive home matches (W3, D3, L1, if counting the regulation 90 mins only). Notably, they kept a clean sheet in five of those matches, but conceded exactly three match goals in the other two. Additionally, both matches followed the same theme of one goal conceded in the first half and two in the second.
Defeat in the Europa League on Thursday made it three back-to-back competitive losses for Wolves. Worryingly, they haven’t kept a clean sheet in seven competitive matches, while conceding an average of two goals per game across those seven fixtures.
Scorers of just one first-half PL goal this season, Wolves will also be looking to improve on a record of three defeats across their previous four competitive H2H matches with Palace (W1, L3). Significantly, five of the seven goals conceded in that sequence came in the second half.
Players to watch: Luka Milivojević (CRY) has netted 12 PL goals last season, and he scored vs Wolves when these sides last met.
Raúl Jiménez (WOL) has eight competitive goals already this season, and three of the previous four came after the 70th minute.
Stat attack: The opposition have had a player sent-off in each of Crystal Palace’s last two PL home games.
Crystal Palace have yet to score a PL goal in the opening 30 minutes.
Each of Wolves’ previous three competitive matches have seen a goal conceded after the 70th minute.