Crystal Palace v Leicester City tips – Eagles set for hatchet job

Neil Warnock will aim to nullify the in-form Foxes on Saturday

Crystal Palace v Leicester City tips – Eagles set for hatchet job

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September 24th, 2014

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Leicester City are in some kind of dream land after scooping an impressive eight points from five pretty difficult games, with the Foxes landing a point against Arsenal and Everton as well as beating Stoke and Manchester United.

Nigel Pearson will be well pleased with the performances and results thus far although guarding against complacency could be difficult and this match has all the hallmarks of after the Lord Mayor’s show after a 5-3 victory over the Red Devils.

For those expecting Leicester to continue their winning ways, BetVictor offer 19/10 about a victory for City although we should remember that the Midlands side are one of the three newly-promoted outfits and that several defeats are inevitable.

Neil Warnock will certainly be looking to employ spoiler tactics and his team come off the back of an impressive win themselves, with a 3-2 victory at Goodison Park completely unexpected as the Eagles made the most of their chances against the Merseyside team.

Palace are a 6/4 chance with bet365 to get over the line and record successive wins, with Fraizer Campbell and Dwight Gayle looking to strike for the Eagles, while Leicester have a forward in red-hot form.

Jose Ulloa has made the impressive step-up after signing from Brighton and he can be backed at 6/1 to break the deadlock after his heroics against United, although keep an eye on Jamie Vardy who seems to be finding his range at Premier League level.

Crystal Palace to win @ 6/4 with bet365
Crystal Palace to win 1-0 @ 17/2 with BetVictor

Saturday 27th September previews
Liverpool v Everton 12.45pm
Chelsea v Aston Villa 3pm
Crystal Palace v Leicester 3pm
Hull v Man City 3pm
Man Utd v West Ham 3pm
Southampton v QPR 3pm
Sunderland v Swansea 3pm
Arsenal v Tottenham 5.15pm

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