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Crystal Palace vs Leicester: Premier League preview

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rystal Palace are in desperate need of a turnaround as they host Leicester on the back of two chastening defeats.

Roy Hodgson’s side were hammered 7-0 by champions Liverpool last weekend, a result which the Eagles boss called a “humiliation”.

Things did not get much better on Boxing Day, however, with Palace beaten 3-0 by an Aston Villa side that played 45 minutes with ten men. 

They face no small task here, however, against a Leicester team who have beaten Tottenham and drawn with Manchester United in their last two games. 

Crystal Palace vs Leicester is schedule for a 3pm kick-off on Monday, December 28, 2020.

The game will be played behind closed doors at Selhurst Park. 

How to watch Crystal Palace vs Leicester

TV channel: The match will not be shown on TV in the UK. 

Live stream: Amazon Prime Video subscribers can stream the match live online or on mobile and tablet via the Prime Video app. 

Crystal Palace vs Leicester team news

Both teams are likely to make several changes, with just a 48-hour turnaround from their respective Boxing Day matches. 

Timothy Castagne is one of those who Brendan Rodgers may choose to rest given his recent return from injury, while Palace are likely to remain without Gary Cahill because of injury. 

Crystal Palace vs Leicester prediction: 1-2 away win

Having conceded ten goals in their last two games without managing one in reply, Palace are in desperate need of improvement at both ends of the pitch. 

Leicester, however, are flying high and should have too much. 

Premier League head to head (h2h) history and results

  • Palace wins: 8
  • Draws: 2 
  • Leicester wins: 6 
  • Last meeting: Leicester 3-0 Palace (July 4, 2020)

Crystal Palace vs Leicester odds and betting tips (subject to change)

  • Palace to win: 3/1
  • Leicester to win: 11/10
  • Draw: 13/5

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