Betting tips: Crystal Palace v Liverpool odds, kick-off time and betting preview

We take a look ahead to Crystal Palace v Liverpool and examine the best betting odds and offers ahead of the Premier League game

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Can Liverpool beat Crystal Palace on Sunday? Photo: Paddy Power

Liverpool will look to build upon their impressive win against Manchester City mid-week when the Reds take on Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.

Jurgen Klopp’s side were emphatic 3-0 winners against Manuel Pellegrini’s side as the 18-time English champions exacted revenge for their League Cup final defeat at Wembley last month.

Liverpool have struggled against Crystal Palace in recent seasons in the Premier League and the Eagles were 2-1 winners at Anfield in November.

In fact, the London-based side have won three of their last four meetings against the Merseyside outfit in all competitions.

But Pardew’s side have struggled in the Premier League in recent months. Palace haven’t won a top-flight game since 19 December when the Eagles were 2-1 winners against Stoke City.

Here is a round-up of the best betting odds and some new customer offers for Crystal Palace v Liverpool ahead of Sunday’s game at Selhurst Park.

Please note: All of the betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal.

Liverpool to beat Crystal Palace – 7/1

Liverpool will be in high spirits ahead of Sunday’s game after a 3-0 win against the Citizens at Anfield mid-week. The Reds are facing a Palace side that have lost seven of their last nine Premier League games. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 7/1 on Liverpool to beat Palace. Click here to sign up for this offer.

For those with a Paddy Power account already, the Tipster is offering new Betfair customers enhanced odds of 7/1 on Liverpool to beat Palace. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Crystal Palace to beat Liverpool – 10/1

While Palace are on a miserable run of form in the Premier League, Liverpool’s inconsistency offers Pardew’s players a glimmer of hope for Sunday’s clash. Jurgen Klopp’s side have lost five times on the road this season. As already mentioned, Palace have been a bogey team for Liverpool in recent years and have won three of the last four meetings between these sides. The Tipster is offering new Betfair customers enhanced odds of 10/1 on Palace to beat Liverpool. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Liverpool, Man Utd and Barcelona to win – 12/1

Liverpool are understandably favourites to beat Palace in the Premier League on Sunday given the London side’s woeful Premier League form. Manchester United make the trip to West Brom in the Premier League as Louis van Gaal’s side look to record their fifth successive win. Barcelona, meanwhile, travel to lowly Elbar in La Liga. The Tipster is offering new 888sport customers enhanced odds of 12/1 on Liverpool, Man Utd and Barcelona to win. Click here to sign up for this offer.

What time does Crystal Palace v Liverpool kick off?

Liverpool will face Crystal Palace at 13:30 GMT at Selhurst Park on Sunday 6 March 2016. The Premier League clash will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 1 for UK viewers.

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