Premier League Sunday Preview

Sunday sees two Premier League games including high flying Leicester City looking to keep up their impressive start to the season.

Leicester are fresh from their record equalling 9-0 win at Southampton and they face another away trip as they travel to South London to take on Crystal Palace.

The day’s second clash sees Everton play host Tottenham – who who have lost two of their last three games,

See below for a preview on the games, including predictions from former England, Crystal Palace and Tottenham midfielder Andy Gray and our own Football Insider Graeme Bailey and bet365’s Steve Freeth.

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Crystal Palace 14:00 Leicester City
Selhurst Park

TEAM NEWS: Palace come into the game without Connor Wickham and Mamadou Sakho.

Leicester are boosted by having a nearly fully fit squad with only Matty James missing.
KEY FACT: Jamie Vardy’s nine goals this season have come from just 20 shots
MATCH ODDS: Palace 5/2 Draw 12/5 Leicester 11/10
bet365 Pick: Under 2.5 goals @4/5
ANDY SAYS: Tough one, but I think my former club have enough to take a point off Leicester…2-2
GRAEME SAYS: Leicester are such an impressive team and they will continue their good form here…0-2
Football Index – One to follow: James Maddison – Nobody has been better in the Premier League this season

Everton 16:30 Tottenham Hotspur
Goodison Park

TEAM NEWS: Everton are hoping Yerry Mina will feature, but Bernard and Jean-Philippe Gbamin are sidelined.

Danny Rose is suspended for Spurs, whilst Hugo Lloris and Ryan Sessegnon remain sidelined but Erik Lamela could be available.

KEY FACT: Spurs are targeting their first victory in 12 away matches
MATCH ODDS: Everton 17/10 Draw 12/5 Spurs 8/5
bet365 Pick: Draw @12/5
ANDY SAYS: Tough call this one and see it being a draw…1-1
GRAEME SAYS: This could go either way, but have to side with Everton as they are at home…2-1
Football Index – One to follow: Christian Eriksen – Set for Spurs exit, and is a proper footballer

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