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12 February 2024 - 15:00 

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England - Premier League

Crystal Palace
VS
Chelsea

Prediction :

Chelsea wins the match

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Crystal Palace vs Chelsea Prediction & Betting Tips - Premier League

 by Ian John |

Monday night sees Crystal Palace host Chelsea in a key Premier League London derby for both teams. It has been a turbulent season for both sets of fans, with Eagles supporters disappointed at the form and direction of the club at boardroom level, while Chelsea fans have seen their expensively assembled team struggle. Both teams have suffered some chastening results in recent times and head into this game with Palace 14th in the table and Chelsea 11th, with 7 points between the two teams. Chelsea won the contest earlier in the season 2-1 at Stamford Bridge with a late Noni Madueke penalty giving Chelsea the victory.
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4.75 4 1.7
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5.06 4.07 1.7
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5.06 4.07 1.7
Betwinner
4.7 3.84 1.73
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Who will win the Crystal Palace vs Chelsea Football match?


The best predictions and winner betting odds for the match between Crystal Palace and Chelsea of Premier League on 2/12/24 :

  • There is a probability of 35.51% ⭐ for Crystal Palace to win this match against Chelsea ⚽ with odds of 5.06 found at 1xbet.
  • 1xbet ⭐ has the best odds for a draw prediction ⚽️ at 4.07 which implies a probability of 16.54%.
  • Currently, the best odds ⭐ for Chelsea to win the match are about 1.73 at Betwinner. That means a probability of 47.95%.

Crystal Palace vs Chelsea Teams Form

Table

Teams Pts P W D L GD
10
Chelsea
Chelsea
35 25 10 5 10 1
15
Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace
25 25 6 7 12 -16

Crystal Palace and Chelsea Last Matches

Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace Last matches
W D L L W L
Victories

2/6 (33%)

Draw

1/6 (17%)

Defeats

3/6 (50%)

Average stats (Last 6 matchs)

Total goals
3.33
BTTS
50%
Goals scored
1.17
Goals conceded
2.17
Over 2.5
67%
Under 2.5
33%

3 Feb 2024 - Premier League

Brighton
4 :  1
Crystal Palace

30 Jan 2024 - Premier League

Crystal Palace
3 :  2
Sheffield United

20 Jan 2024 - Premier League

Arsenal
5 :  0
Crystal Palace

17 Jan 2024 - FA Cup

Everton
1 :  0
Crystal Palace

4 Jan 2024 - FA Cup

Crystal Palace
0 :  0
Everton

30 Dec 2023 - Premier League

Crystal Palace
3 :  1
Brentford
Chelsea
Chelsea Last matches
W W D L L W
Victories

3/6 (50%)

Draw

1/6 (17%)

Defeats

2/6 (33%)

Average stats (Last 6 matchs)

Total goals
3.83
BTTS
67%
Goals scored
2.17
Goals conceded
1.67
Over 2.5
67%
Under 2.5
33%

7 Feb 2024 - FA Cup

Aston Villa
1 :  3
Chelsea

4 Feb 2024 - Premier League

Chelsea
2 :  4
Wolves

31 Jan 2024 - Premier League

Liverpool
4 :  1
Chelsea

26 Jan 2024 - FA Cup

Chelsea
0 :  0
Aston Villa

23 Jan 2024 - Carabao Cup

Chelsea
6 :  1
Middlesbrough

13 Jan 2024 - Premier League

Chelsea
1 :  0
Fulham

Crystal Palace against Chelsea : Head to Head (H2H)

Crystal Palace

0 %

Draw

0 %

Chelsea

100 %

Average stats (last H2H results)

Total goals
2.17
BTTS
33%
Goals scored (Team 1)
0.33
Goals scored (Team 2)
1.83
Over 2.5
50%
Under 2.5
50%

27 Dec 2023 - Premier League

Chelsea
2 :  1
Crystal Palace

15 Jan 2023 - Premier League

Chelsea
1 :  0
Crystal Palace

1 Oct 2022 - Premier League

Crystal Palace
1 :  2
Chelsea

17 Apr 2022 - FA Cup

Chelsea
2 :  0
Crystal Palace

19 Feb 2022 - Premier League

Crystal Palace
0 :  1
Chelsea

14 Aug 2021 - Premier League

Chelsea
3 :  0
Crystal Palace
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Crystal Palace - Chelsea: Form Analysis

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has been having to deal with a horrific injury list, as well as unhappy Eagles fans in recent times. Two wins in their last five Premier League games is not a bad return, but with a 5-0 defeat by Arsenal and a 4-1 loss away to rivals Brighton in their last two away games has soured the situation at Selhurst Park still further. Goals have been the main issue for the Eagles, with just 26 scored, the third lowest total in the Premier League and 40 conceded. With just 2 wins in their last 12 Premier League games, which included a run of four games at home without a win, it is easy to see why Palace fans are unhappy. Wins over Brentford and Sheffield United in recent weeks have eased that pressure a little, but with so many players injured for the game with Chelsea, this looks like being another tough game for the home side.

Depending on how you look at things, you could argue that Chelsea are also in a similar position, having lost their last two Premier League games 4-1 to Liverpool and then 4-2 at home to Wolves. However, the flip side of that is Chelsea went to Aston Villa in the week in the FA Cup and emerged with a 3-1 victory and they have also reached the Carabao Cup Final, where they will face Liverpool at Wembley at the end of February . Manager Mauricio Pochettino has not had the easiest of season's as Chelsea manager, especially in the league and a recent social media spat with Thiago Silva's wife, who seemed to call for his sacking after her husband was dropped for the Villa game, won't have helped. Chelsea have lost four of the last five on the road in the Premier League and have won just four away games all season. They'll be looking to add to that number here by completing a league double over their opponents after beating Palace 2-1 at the end of December. 

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Crystal Palace against Chelsea Lineups: Starting 11

Crystal Palace

Formation : 4 - 2 - 3 - 1

30
D. Henderson
12
D. Munoz
16
J. Andersen
26
C. Richards
3
T. Mitchell
8
J. Lerma
20
A. Wharton
9
J. Ayew
19
W. Hughes
11
M. Franca
14
J. Mateta
20
C. Palmer
11
N. Madueke
23
C. Gallagher
15
N. Jackson
8
E. Fernandez
25
M. Caicedo
21
B. Chilwell
6
T. Silva
2
A. Disasi
27
M. Gusto
28
D. Petrovic

Formation : 4 - 2 - 3 - 1

Chelsea

Missing players

Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace
Defender

R. Holding

M. Guehi

Midfielder

C. Doucoure

E. Eze

M. Olise

J. Rak-Sakyi

W. Hughes

Chelsea
Chelsea
Goalkeeper

R. Sanchez

Defender

W. Fofana

M. Cucurella

R. James

B. Badiashile

T. Silva

Midfielder

L. Ugochukwu

R. Lavia

C. Chukwuemeka

Crystal Palace & Chelsea Squad Analysis

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has bemoaned his sides luck when it comes to injuries and that isn't a surprise. The Eagles have seven players on the treatment table and only one of those players, defender Joel Ward, stands a 50/50 chance of playing in the game against Chelsea. Chieck Doucoure, Rob Holding and Michael Olise are long-term absentees while Eberechi Eze has a thigh injury which will rule him out until late February at the earliest. England defender Marc Guehi has a knee issue that will likely keep him out for another couple of weeks and Jesurun Rak-Sakyi has a hamstring injury which will rule him out for a while. Eze, Guehi and Olise's absences are a massive blow for the Eagles as they have been amongst the best players for Palace this season.

Chelsea also have numerous injury concerns ahead of the game with Palace on Monday. Long-term absentees include defenders Wesley Fofana, Reece James and Marc Cucurella, while youngster Lesley Ugochukwu hasn't been set a return date from his hamstring strain. There is better news for Mauricio Pochettino with a number of other players. Defensive pairing Levi Colwill and Trevor Chalobah are believed to be close to a return, while goalkeeper Robert Sanchez and midfielder Romeo Lavia are thought to be a week or two away from regaining full fitness. Despite their well-documented struggles this season, Cole Palmer has been a massive plus for Chelsea and he is the clubs top goalscorer. His link up play with Enzo Fernandez and Conor Gallagher in particular has been a highlight of Chelsea's best play in recent games. 

Crystal Palace - Chelsea Key Points

  1. Crystal Palace are unbeaten in their last three home games, drawing with Brighton, then beating Brentford (3-1) and Sheffield United (3-2).
  2. Chelsea were well beaten in their last two Premier League outings, but prior to those defeats at Wolves and Liverpool, they had won three games in succession for the first time this season in the league.
  3. Five of Chelsea's last six Premier League games have seen both teams score and over 2.5 goals scored. Four of Chelsea's last five games in all competitions, and Palace's last three games, have all seen over 3.5 goals scored.
  4. Chelsea have won all of the last 13 games between the two teams, 12 of those games coming in the Premier League.
  5. There hasn't been a draw in this fixture since the 5th March 1995. In the 26 games between the two teams since, Chelsea have won 22, Palace just four.
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Our Crystal Palace vs Chelsea Prediction

With a trio of vital first team players out through injury, Crystal Palace face Chelsea in something of a tough spot. Their home form is improved over the last couple of games but they've been well beaten on the road. Chelsea got a huge boost from their impressive FA Cup win over Aston Villa in midweek and I think that will translate into a positive performance for the Blues here. These games are usually close but Chelsea usually win, so it's no surprise that our prediction for Crystal Palace v Chelsea is for the visitors to land the win at Selhurst Park.

Prediction :

Chelsea wins the match

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Crystal Palace vs Chelsea - Other Interesting Predictions

Chelsea to win and both teams to score

A look at the recent history of both these teams suggests that they can both find the net, but similarly both also concede goals. Two of the last three games between the two teams have seen both teams score in what proved to be 2-1 wins for Chelsea. I have a feeling that we may not be too far off that scoreline on Monday night. So our second prediction for Crystal Palace v Chelsea is for Chelsea to win and both teams to score.

Cole Palmer (Chelsea) to Score at Any Time

Cole Palmer was conspicuous by his absence from the goalscorer column in Chelsea's most recent games, especially the win at Villa Park in midweek. The £40m signing from Manchester City is the Blues top scorer this season and based on that form, he is due a goal. Our third prediction for Crystal Palace v Chelsea therefore, is for Cole Palmer to score a goal at any time.
Crystal Palace vs Chelsea Prediction

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Crystal Palace vs Chelsea match : Frequently asked questions

Michael Oliver will referee Monday's game at Selhurst Park between Crystal Palace and Chelsea. It will be his 15th game of the season which he has taken charge and he has awarded 55 yellow cards and four red cards in that time, the joint most sendings off of all Premier League officials this season. 

Stuart Burt and Dan Cook will be the assistant referees for the game, while Craig Pawson will be on duty as the fourth official. Andy Madley will be in control of VAR with Nick Hopton his assistant at Stockley Park. 

The Premier League clash between Crystal Palace and Chelsea kicks off at 8pm on Monday 12th February, UK Time. The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League channels.

If you cannot watch the game for whatever reason, then you can tune in to the action via SportyTrader's dedicated Crystal Palace v Chelsea Livescore page for the fixture, which will update in real time with all the action and goals from Selhurst Park. 

Chelsea have won all the last 13 games against Crystal Palace in all competitions. Crystal Palace's last win over Chelsea came at home on the 14th October 2017. 

Andre Marriner was the referee in that game which Crystal Palace won 2-1. All the goals were scored in the first half with a Cesar Azpilicueta own goal giving Palace the lead before Tiemoue Bakayoko leveled for Chelsea. However, Wilfred Zaha gave the home side the lead with what would. prove to be the winning goal just on half time. 

Of the Palace team that day only Joel Ward, Jairo Riedewald and James Tomkins remain with the Eagles. None of the Chelsea players who started that game, or who were on the bench, remain with the club presently. 

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