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          Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah both to score @ 15/2
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          Crystal Palace vs Liverpool Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Liverpool return to Premier League action with a trip to South London to take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

          The hosts have been the draw specialists of the Premier League in recent weeks, drawing four of their last five league games. Palace have gone eight games in all competitions without a win but have managed to pick up two points against two in-form teams in the past two weeks. Patrick Viera’s men earned a point in the derby game against Brighton a fortnight ago which finished 1-1, before narrowly missing out on all three points against Brentford last weekend. Eberechi Eze gave Palace the lead in the second half, before the Bees grabbed a last-gasp equaliser courtesy of Vitaly Janelt in the 96th minute.

          Palace sit in the bottom half of the table, in 12th place on 26 points. Whilst there are five teams separating them from the bottom three, Viera’s men can’t afford to get too comfortable otherwise they could find themselves in a relegation battle, with just six points the difference to West Ham in 17th spot. A win could be enough to see the Eagles climb a place into 11th, depending on Aston Villa’s result away to Everton which is also a 3 pm kick-off.

          After a poor run of results, it looked as though Liverpool were turning a corner with two positive results in a row in the league. The huge 2-0 derby win over Everton was followed up by a 2-0 away victory over a Newcastle side that are pushing for a place in the top four. Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo got on the scoresheet before a Nick Pope error saw the Newcastle ‘keeper receive a red card for stopping the ball with his hands outside the area to deny Mohammed Salah. With ten men, the Magpies took the game to Liverpool but were unable to find a way through as the Reds saw the game out.

          Following the consecutive league wins, there was more optimism ahead of Liverpool’s midweek Champions League clash at home to Real Madrid on Tuesday night. That optimism looked justified when Jurgen Klopp’s men raced to a two-goal lead, but two Madrid goals before half-time set up an entertaining second half. Los Blancos grabbed a goal early after the break, going on to control the game and dominate the home team. A brace from Karim Benzema put the Merseyside outfit to the sword as the Spanish giants came away with a brutal 5-2 win at Anfield.

          Klopp will be looking for a reaction in the league, as the Reds look to salvage their season. Liverpool are eighth in the Premier League, seven points adrift of Tottenham in those all-important Champions League spots.

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          Crystal Palace Team News

          Star man Wilfried Zaha will still be a big miss for Viera’s side. The forward has missed the last three games after picking up a hamstring injury in 0-0 draw against Newcastle last month.

          Defender Joel Ward will be assessed prior to kick-off as the right-back returns to training following an injury he sustained against Newcastle. It’ll also be touch-and-go for Tyrick Mitchell after the young defender was brought off in the last game against Brentford after suffering a knock. Chris Richards could come in to replace Mitchell, following his return last weekend. The American replaced the injured Mitchell in the second half last time out after recovering from a back problem.

          Nathan Ferguson could return to the squad after featuring for the Palace u21s recently.

          Liverpool Team News

          Midfielder Thiago remains sidelined with a hip problem whilst Luis Diaz is also still out with knee injury. Defender Ibrahima Konate will also remain unavailable for Saturday’s trip to the capital as the French centre-back continues his recovery from a thigh injury.

          Darwin Nunez was a doubt for the midweek game against Madrid with a shoulder injury, but the Uruguayan managed 64 minutes and made an impact with the opening goal. The substitution looked to be an attempt to freshen the attack from Klopp and not any indication of an injury, so you would expect Nunez to keep his place in the front three alongside Salah and Gakpo.