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Team news, stats, predictions and how to follow Premier League hosts Crystal Palace Arsenal on Monday night football, live on Sky Sports.

Crystal Palace v Arsenal – Monday; kick-off 8pm, live on Sky Sports from 7pm

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Team News: Crystal Palace Coach Patrick Vieira could be without Wilfried Zaha for his side’s Premier League clash against Arsenal on Monday.

The Ivory Coast international is a doubt after being ruled out of his country’s 3-0 loss to England with a hamstring injury.

Michael Olise could be out after withdrawing from the France U21 squad with a foot problem, while Nathan Ferguson (hamstring) is also facing a race against time to be fit for the visit of Mikel Arteta’s team.

Bukayo Saka should be fit to feature for Arsenal after missing England friendlies following a positive coronavirus test.

Goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has also been forced out of the Three Lions squad with a hip injury which is expected to sideline him this week.

Takehiro Tomiyasu is back in training with a calf problem and could come in from the side.

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Prediction Jones Knows

Since the Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Gabriel axis was formed four games into the season, Arsenal have scored 14 first-half goals in their last 11 Premier League away matches. Only Liverpool have scored more – and this despite the Gunners playing two games less than the majority of their rivals.

Mikel Arteta instructs his side to play aggressively from the start and it shows in 11 of their 14 first-half away goals before the 30th minute. It is most marked during this period when evaluating away games, with Liverpool.

Arsenal have won their last five away games in the Premier League, scoring 14 goals, and have led at the break in their last six – the only blow being the second-half collapse at Everton.

Palace are tough at home but tend to start very slowly in games. They failed to score in the first half in 10 of their 15 home games, including against Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea. It all adds up that Arsenal were leading at the break at 13/8 with Sky Bet looking like a solid game.

Whether they can hold on and stay in pole position to finish in a Champions League place will all depend on whether they can see the game through in the second half. I have Faith.

SCORE PREDICTION: 1-2 | FOCUS ANGLE: Arsenal will win at half-time (7/4 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)

Opta Statistics

  • Crystal Palace have won just one of their last nine Premier League games against Arsenal (D5 L3), with five of the last seven meetings between the sides ending at level (W1 L1).
  • Arsenal have lost just one of their last 16 away league games against Crystal Palace (W8 D7), although that loss came in a Monday night game in April 2017 (0-3) .
  • Crystal Palace have won just one of their last 15 Premier League games on a Monday (D6 L8), winning 2-1 at Brighton in February 2021. The Eagles have drawn all three of their Monday games this season, including the reverse game against Arsenal. in October (2-2).
  • Arsenal lost their last league game on Monday 2-1 at Everton. The Gunners haven’t lost consecutive Premier League games on a Monday since 2010 (against Blackburn in May and Man Utd in December), when they last did so in the same season in 1995- 96 (against Bolton and Sheffield on Wednesday).
  • Crystal Palace have won just one of their last 17 Premier League derby matches in London (D8 L8), beating Tottenham 3-0 in September this season. The Eagles have never beaten both Arsenal and Spurs in the same league campaign before.
  • After losing their first two London Derby matches this season, Arsenal are unbeaten in their last four Premier League games (W3 D1). The Gunners are looking to win three consecutive London derbies in the league for the first time since March 2015.
  • So far in 2022, Crystal Palace have failed to win any of their five Premier League home games (D2 L3), while in the FA Cup the Eagles have won all three at Selhurst Park by an aggregate score of 8 -1. Only Watford (8) and Brighton (6) are on longer Premier League winless runs than Palace.
  • Arsenal have won each of their last five away games in the Premier League. They last won more consecutively on the road between March and September 2013 (8), while they last won in the same season between January and May 2002 (also 8).

Monday, April 4, 7:00 p.m.

Kick off 8:00 p.m.

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Latest Essential Football Podcast

Premier League preview: Can Liverpool claim 10 straight wins? Is the Leicester clash a must for Man Utd? Will the pressure get to Arsenal?

The Premier League is back! Joining Ron Walker on the Essential Football Podcast this week is Sky Sports senior football journalist Richard Morgan, as well as digital football writer Joe Shread, to discuss talking points to watch in this weekend’s matches. end.

FIRST PART | The panel wonders if Liverpool’s early start against Watford will embarrass them, if Man City should be concerned about their defensive injuries, if a partially filled Stamford Bridge will affect Chelsea, if Leeds can start again and ask if the Saturday night football match of Man Utd with Leicester is essential for Ralf Rangnick.

PART TWO | The panel looks at Super Sunday and how Everton will reverse their fortunes at West Ham, and whether Newcastle will cut short Spurs’ recent good form in north London. The group also get a glimpse of Arsenal’s trip to Crystal Palace on Monday Night Football and give us their cries over who will face the biggest weekend – and a Premier League prediction for matchday.

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