For our Crystal Palace vs. Leicester prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.
Two sides in terrible form meet in the Premier League this weekend as Crystal Palace welcome Leicester City to Selhurst Park.
Crystal Palace currently sit 12th in the Premier League with six wins, nine draws and thirteen losses from twenty-eight games this season.
It's been a pretty disappointing season for The Eagles having failed to build on a successful Premier League campaign last time out having struggled to pick up wins consistently while delivering a number of dull performances.
As a result, Palace recently parted ways with manager Patrick Vieira in a move many regard as controversial given some felt he wasn't given enough opportunity to turn the team's form around.
They're now under the guidance of former manager Roy Hodgson who's back for a second spell, and the former England boss has a huge job on his hands as his side enter this game having failed to win any of their last twelve league matches with each of their last four ending in defeat.
Their most recent game saw them travel to the Emirates to face Arsenal and it was not a happy outing with The Eagles being comprehensively put to the sword in a 4-1 drubbing.
They managed to get on the scoresheet in that game but they've been dreadful in front of goal of late having scored just twice in their last five games.
Palace are just three points clear of the relegation zone so Hodgson needs to hit the ground running here. Good home form will be essential to their survival chances and a home game against a fellow struggling side in Leicester is a must-win.
Leicester City currently sit 17th in the Premier League with seven wins, four draws and sixteen losses from twenty-seven games this season.
The Foxes have had a miserable campaign this season with manager Brendan Rodgers seriously under pressure given most feel he is underperforming with the talent at his disposal.
They enter this game amidst an egregious run of form having drawn one and lost five of their last six matches in all competition.
Their most recent game did, though, see them gain a commendable point in a 1-1 draw away at Brentford.
While not overly impressive, their away form has been better than their home form having won two, drawn one and lost two of their last five games on the road.
Similar to Palace, this is a game Leicester cannot afford to lose with pressure mounting seriously on Rodgers.