The Toffees’ thrilling 3-2 comeback victory over Watford in their last fixture moved the club up to 15th in the table, but they are still only two points ahead of West Ham United in 18th.
At the time of writing it’s unclear when the club will appoint a new manager, with the likes of Sam Allardyce, Sean Dyche, Diego Simeone and Marco Silva all heavily touted for the role.
Palace remain rooted to the foot of the table despite sacking manager Frank de Boer earlier in the season.
New boss Roy Hodgson has tightened things up defensively, but the club are still six points behind 17th-placed Bournemouth.
Palace pushed Tottenham hard in their most recent game, but Heung-Min Son’s goal condemned them to their ninth defeat in 11 games this term.
Everton’s recent record against Palace bodes well for their chances, with the Merseyside club unbeaten in the last five meetings between the two sides.
The Toffees are 9/4 to win at Selhurst Park, with the home team priced at 7/5 and the draw on offer at 2/1. Play live baccarat ahead of the game to boost your bankroll before wagering.
Leighton Baines broke the club’s record for goals from the penalty spot with the winner against Watford and he can be backed at 17/2 to score at any time against Palace.
Everton haven’t conceded a goal on their last four away games at Palace, so the 4/1 on offer to win to nil is certainly worth considering.
Palace’s last home victory against Everton was back in 1994, but they will desperate to get something from the fixture.
Two of the last four games between these two sides have finished goalless and the 15/2 on offer for another drab stalemate will appeal to many punters.
Wilfried Zaha has scored two of Palace’s four league goals this season and will probably be their best bet of another against Everton. The Ivory Coast forward is priced at 9/2 to grab the first goal.
Both sides need to pick up at least a point from this fixture, so fans are unlikely to be treated to a goalfest.
Everton did well to come back against Watford and if they have a new manager in charge against Palace the mood around the club wil undoubtedly be much-improved.
Last year’s corresponding fixture finished 1-0 to the visitors and the 7/1 on offer for a repeat performance looks a solid wager.
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