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Crystal Palace v Burnley odds: Wilfried Zaha 9/1 to score first

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THE statisticians will tell you Palace have never won a Premier League home game in the month of September, but the Eagles will never have a better opportunity to put the record straight when Burnley visit Selhurst Park this weekend. Both sides gained their first point of the season in their last game ahead of the international break but after the Eagles dramatic 3-3 draw at St James's Park I will be disappointed if they don't take three points from a game which will be the first at Selhurst Park for Neil Warnock since his return to the club. The Eagles are 6/5 to keep all three points at BetVictor and with the Clarets having never kept a clean sheet away from home in the Premier League, any quote of odds against for a home win looks a fair price. Palace have conceded at least twice in their last six PL fixtures and the 39/40 quote for Both Teams To Score looks, on the face of it, the safe option but the visitors have only scored once in their three PL games so far this season and a home win looks banker material. The Clarets are 14/5 for the win and a draw is priced at 9/4. Warnock is not alone in making a return to Selhurst Park with Wilfried Zaha, 9/1 to score first and 17/5 to find the back of the net anytime, likely to make his second home debut after his St James's Park cameo.; Transfer deadline-day signing Andrew Johnson is 15/2 to score first and 14/5 to score at anytime during the 90 minutes but Warnock has many attacking options at his disposal and it would would be surprising if AJ was in his immediate plans. Dwight Gayle has now scored eight goals in his last six games in all competitions and is 7/1 at BetVictor to open the scoring (13/5 anytime) and that looks a shade too big for a player who is obviously not lacking in confidence at the moment. Eagles skipper Mile Jedinak scored for the Socceroos in their 3-2 win over Saudi Arabia earlier in the week at Craven Cottage and is 16/1 to grab Saturday's opener and 7s to score at anytime. The Eagles have never taken a point off Burnley in the top-tier of English football losing all four previous games although the last time they met was back in the 1970/71 campaign. Records are there to be broken. For all your football odds check out BetVictor.com.

Crystal Palace v Burnley odds: Wilfried Zaha 9/1 to score first


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