Premier League In Focus – Crystal Palace vs Everton Preview

When? Saturday 18th November, 15:00 (UK)

Where? Selhurst Park

What channel is it on? Crystal Palace vs Everton will not be televised live

Are tickets still available?

Crystal Palace -

Everton -

Head-to-head – last five meetings: Everton W2, D3
Head-to-head – Premier League meetings: Crystal Palace W5, Everton W7, D4
Head-to-head – all-time meetings: Crystal Palace W13, Everton W18, D14

Just six goals have been scored in the last five meetings between these two sides, resulting in an average of 1.2 goals per game.

Both these two sides have conceded 22 goals this season, an average of two goals against per game.

All of Crystal Palace’s four points this season have come at Selhurst Park, and the same can also be said for the four goals that they have scored in the Premier League.

Crystal Palace have failed to score in nine of their first 11 matches.

Roy Hodgson’s record from his first seven matches in charge of Crystal Palace is W1, D1, L5.

Crystal Palace are the least efficient team in the Premier League when it comes to scoring as they require an average of 34.4 shots on goal before they find the net.

Four points from their opening 11 games marks Crystal Palace's joint-worst start to a top-flight campaign - although they finished 11th the other time this happened in 2013-14.

Julian Speroni concedes an average of 1.25 goals per game since his inclusion in the Crystal Palace starting eleven, compared to Wayne Hennessey who conceded an average 2.42 goals during the first seven matches of the season.

Each one of Oumar Niasse’s four Premier League goals this season have been scored at Goodison Park.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has had a hand in more goals in all competitions this term than any other Everton player (five goals, two assists).

Everton have not kept a Premier League clean sheet since the first weekend of the season when they beat Stoke 1-0 at Goodison Park.

Idrissa Gueye has the joint worst disciplinary record in the Premier League this season along with David Luiz of Chelsea and Christopher Schindler of Huddersfield (three yellow cards, one red card).

The last time Crystal Palace got the better of Everton in the Premier League was back in September 2014 and they had to do it the hard way by winning at Goodison Park. It was a 3-2 win on the day and one that matched the exact same scoreline just five months prior.