Two of the Premier League's in-form teams meet in south London on Saturday as Crystal Palace entertain Everton.
Palace and Everton have picked up maximum points from the opening two games of the 2020/21 season, with real optimism for both Roy Hodgson and Carlo Ancelotti early doors.
The Eagles have beaten Southampton (1-0) and Manchester United (3-1) to lay down a marker for a top-half finish, while the Toffees look the real deal with James Rodriguez, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison firing on all cylinders.
Date, time and venue
Crystal Palace vs Everton is scheduled for a 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday, September 26.
This match will be played behind closed doors at Selhurst Park with no fans due to be present due to government guidelines regarding coronavirus.
How to watch
TV channel and live stream: The match will be shown live on television and online via Amazon Prime. Click here for more information.
Palace still have defensive injury issues with Patrick van Aanholt, James Tomkins and Gary Cahill ruled out, while Scott Dann is also likely to be missing.
Nathan Ferguson and Connor Wickham are still sidelined, though Jairo Riedewald and Christian Benteke could return.
Everton will be without Mason Holgate, Jonas Lossl, Cenk Tosun, Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Jarrad Branthwaite due to injuries.
Prediction: Crystal Palace 1-1 Everton
Given the last two meetings between the sides at Selhurst have been stalemates, and the fact that they have both won their opening two games, it could be a tight encounter - and a draw is on the cards.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Of the 22 Premier League meetings between the two sides, Everton have won 10 and Palace five, with seven draws.
The Toffees won the last meeting 3-1 at Goodison Park back in February, but the past two Selhurst Park results have been goalless draws.
Betting odds and tips
- Palace to win: Between 14/5 and 3/1
- Everton to win: 6/5
- Draw: Between 12/5 and 5/2
- 2-2 draw: Between 18/1 and 19/1
- Calvert-Lewin to score: 6/4
Odds courtesy of Betfair Exchange (subject to change). Click here to find out more.
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