10. Crystal Palace have not beaten Tottenham in three attempts, since a 3-0 home result in January 2005. Palace are 3.60 to win on Saturday.
9. Spurs boast a W2 D1 record over Palace since that game that includes three clean sheets. Tottenham are 3.50 to win without conceding.
8. Spurs did the double over Palace last season, winning 1-0 away and 2-0 at home. All three goals came in the second half of games and Spurs are 5.30 to again draw/win on the HT/FT.
7. These sides drew 0-0 in this reverse fixture at White Hart Lane last month, despite the game witnessing 21 shots at goal. Palace have also drawn their last two Premier League outings 0-0. A repeat goalless tie is priced at 10.00.
6. Palace’s 4-0 win over Dover in the FA Cup last weekend ended an eight-game winless run that stretched back to November. They are 1.75 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
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5. Spurs, meanwhile, are undefeated in seven outings — their best run of form since the end of the 2012/13 season. They are 2.05 to win at Selhurst Park.
4. Harry Kane boasts six goals in his last seven games for Tottenham and bagged a double in their 5-3 home victory over Chelsea on New Year’s Day. The striker is 2.28 to score.
3. Alan Pardew will manage Palace in the Premier League for the first time this weekend. The former Newcastle manager has a W83 D50 L96 record in the top flight and his teams average 1.2 goals per game. Palace are 1.42 to score.
2. Sixteen of Tottenham’s 29 Premier League goals have come in the first half of matches this season. They are 1.60 to score first at Selhurst Park.
1. Scott Dann scored twice for Palace against Dover last weekend to bring his season tally to three goals. The defender is 13.00 to score again and 4.50 to get booked.