Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest have already secured their top-flight status for another season in England. The two sides will bring a close to their 2022-23 campaigns on Sunday, as they lock horns at Selhurst Park.
Before Betting On Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest
A huge amount of credit must be given to both Steve Cooper and Roy Hodgson, because Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest’s status in the Premier League was under huge doubt for months. However, they come into the final round of matches with little to play for, as a victory for either would just secure their position in the overall standings in the bottom half of the table.
Palace come into the fixture after winning two of their previous five matches, while they have lost just once over that period. However, they have a poor home record against Forest, as they have landed just a single victory in the previous nine. Over the same period, the team from the East Midlands has recorded four victories. However, this is the first meeting between the sides at Selhurst Park since September 2012.
Regardless, Forest is unbeaten across their last seven top-flight meetings against the Eagles, with their most recent defeat coming in the form of a 1-0 loss in February 1991. The previous clash between the sides this season saw Forest claim a 1-0 win at the City Ground.
Palace will close the season with a home fixture for the eleventh occasion in the top-flight. They are yet to lose a match over that period, claiming seven wins and three draws. Meanwhile, this is the first time Forest have finished the season in London since landing a 3-0 Championship win over Palace in 2011.
Crystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest EPL Offshore Odds
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Palace will be heavy favorites to claim victory in the betting on Sunday, but we can find certain value to side with Forest. The visitors come into this fixture in better recent form, and they are boosted after going seven top-flight fixtures without defeat against the Eagles. Therefore, we will be siding with Forest to end the season with a win this weekend.