Everton vs Crystal Palace TV Coverage, Team News, Time, Odds and Head to Head | Soccer

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Frank Lampard can ensure Everton’s survival on Thursday night (Image: Getty Images)

Everton welcome Crystal Palace to Goodison Park on Thursday night knowing a win will secure their place in the Premier League for next season.

Three points would put the Toffees four ahead of Leeds United, meaning they could not be dragged into the relegation zone on the final day of the game.

Far from a win and it will be a very nervous Sunday for Frank Lampard and his side as they try to avoid 18th place with Leeds and Burnley.

Crystal Palace have little to offer, although a point would see them move up from 13th to 11th and a win at Goodison Park would move them up to 9th.

When is Everton vs Crystal Palace?

The game starts at 7.45pm on Thursday 19th May at Goodison Park.

Will Everton vs Crystal Palace be shown on TV?

Sky Sports is showing Thursday night’s Aston Villa v Burnley game live, but shows Everton v Crystal Palace in the Sky Sports Premier League immediately afterwards.

Everton vs Crystal Palace team news

Everton are without Andros Townsend, Fabian Delph, Nathan Patterson and Yerry Mina through injury and will be suspended without Jarrad Braithwaite and Salomon Rondon.

Ben Godfrey is pushing for an injury return and could be involved while Donny van de Beek is available.

James McArthur, James Tomkins, Michael Olise and Nathan Ferguson are absent from Crystal Palace.

Everton vs Crystal Palace Odds

19/20 Everton
5/2 tie
3/1 Crystal Palace

Odds courtesy of Betfair

Everton vs. Crystal Palace head-to-head in the last five matches

20 March 2022: Crystal Palace 4-0 Everton – FA Cup
12 Dec 2021: Crystal Palace – Everton 3-1 – Premier League
05.04.2021: Everton 1-1 Crystal Palace – Premier League
26 September 2020: Crystal Palace 1-2 Everton – Premier League
08.02.2020: Everton 3-1 Crystal Palace – Premier League

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