LionsBet Preview: Tottenham Hotspur - Crystal Palace: Back a stalemate in the first-half

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Spurs have scored most of their goals in the second half of their meetings with the Eagles and the same outcome is likely to repeat itself

Tottenham Hotspur confront Crystal Palace at Wembley on Sunday afternoon for their English Premier League outing.

Fresh from their Champions League victory over Real Madrid, the Lilywhites will be looking to build on the feat and secure their seventh win in the English top flight this term.

Though they suffered a 1-0 loss to Manchester United in their previous league outing, no thanks to Anthony Martial’s late strike, the London outfit are still odds on at (1.30) to cruise to victory with LionsBet, understandably so because they have an edge over their visitors on head to head- winning 18 of their last 35 meetings in all competitions.

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Mauricio Pochettino’s men have drawn two games this season in the English elite division and (6.25) is on offer for the outcome to repeat itself here.

For Palace, they are undefeated in two of their last three outings in the league thanks to Wilfried Zaha who saved them on both occasions. And they will be looking forward to another heroic performance from the Cote d'Ivoire forward at Wembley.

However, they have lost all their last six matches away from Selhurst Park - meaning they will be coming into the tie as massive underdogs at (10.50).

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Harry Kane featured for the full 90 minutes against Real Madrid on Wednesday in the Champions League to indicate his full recovery from a hamstring injury. The English forward is (1.22) to score anytime.

Dele Alli scored a brace as the Londoners shocked Los Blancos  ands is tipped to score anytime at (1.45).

Nine of the 11 past meetings between both teams ended in draws at halftime. Punters looking to reap some reward can back the same outcome at (2.70) with LionsBet.

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