Luton vs Crystal Palace Prediction: Hatters to cap off good few weeks

 | November 24 | 

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There are a whopping seven Premier League games tomorrow and one of the five traditional 3pm kick-offs is at Kenilworth Road, where Luton Town host Crystal Palace. We've previewed the game and given you our best betting predictions. 

Luton vs Crystal Palace Betting Tips

  • Both Teams To score - 5/6
  • Luton to win - 5/2

It's been a pretty good few weeks for Luton all things considered. Firstly they put up a hell of a fight in two tough games, drawing 1-1 at home to Liverpool and then were unlucky in losing 1-0 away at Old Trafford.

Those results were put into perspective over the international break, as Everton were docked 10 points for breaching the Premier League's Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSRs). That decision lifted the Hatters out of the relegation zone and has given a real lifeline to all three promoted clubs, who were looking doomed at one point.

Now, they face a really winnable game in front of the Kenilworth faithful as Crystal Palace roll into town.  The Eagles have lost three of their last four and need to start picking up some points themselves. Palace sit in 13th spot in the table and Roy Hodgson will be disappointed with their recent form.

Team news

The Hatters have four players confirmed out including Albert Sambi Lokonga and another four are doubtful to make the match day squad.

Meanwhile, Hodgson is without Dean Henderson, James Tomkins and Jesurun Rak-Sakyi for the journey to Kenilworth.

Match odds

Luton come into this game as 5/2 outsiders, whilst Hodgson's side are the 11/10 favourites. You can back the draw at 11/5 if you fancy this game to be a close one. The Betfred traders are dubious of goals for this game with under 2.5 at 4/6 and both teams to score no at 5/6.

Both Teams To score - 5/6

I like the chances of both teams to get on the score sheet at Kenilworth Road.

In the six games played at the famous old ground this season, five of them have seen both teams bagging at least one goal, with the only occasion it didn't happen a 1-0 victory for Tottenham.

Meanwhile, Palace have have scored in six of their away games this season and will surely fancy getting off the mark in Bedfordshire.

Luton to win - 5/2

Yes, I fancy goals and I also like the chances of the home side to win.

Rob Edwards' side are on an upward trajectory and can take massive positives from their performances against two top sides in Liverpool and United.

The home fans will be absolutely buzzing after climbing out of the relegation places and can cement that fact with a first three points at their home ground.

You can follow all our latest Premier League Football Betting Tips at Betfred Insights. 

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