Everton vs Crystal Palace: Match Preview, Kick off, Team News and more

Everton Crystal Palace

Everton takes on Crystal Palace in their penultimate game in the Premier League. Frank Lampard is on the verge of a great rescue of Everton as they stay above the relegation zone. Crystal Palace will finish mid-table regardless of the outcome.

Everton have been absolutely terrible this season as they have looked disarrayed most matches. They have not been relegated from the Premier League since its inception. In fact, the last time they were relegated from the top flight league was back in 1950-51. Ever since Carlo Ancelotti left Everton, they were on a collision course. Everton has had a string of managers who were unable to rescue them.

Until Frank Lampard came in at the very end and has managed to steady the ship. Lampard is on the verge of creating history as Everton stays above the relegation zone. With 2 victories in the next couple of games, Everton are sure to stay up. However, they need to give their all something they haven’t done much of this season except in a couple of matches.

Crystal Palace on the other hand have been brilliant by their standards under Patrick Viera. They are slowly transforming into a top 10 club. Patrick Viera has done wonders with Crystal Palace as he has taken them into the Semifinals of the FA cup. Moreover, Crystal Palace have caused some shocking upsets in the Premier League. Crystal Palace will be looking forward to finishing this season on a high and hoping for the best next season.

Date, Kick off, and Venue

The match takes place on Friday, 20 May at 12:15 AM IST in the Goodison Park Stadium.

Everton vs Crystal Palace Team News

Nathan Patterson, Andros Townsend, Fabian Delph, and Yerry Mina will be out whereas the duo of Donny van de Beek and Ben Godfrey should be able to start.

Crystal Palace will miss the services of Nathan Ferguson and Michael Olise.

Match Prediction

The match to end in a 2-2 draw.

Head to Head

Everton: 22

Drawn: 18

Crystal Palace: 15

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