Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (19:45):
Both teams seem out of nick. Bournemouth have won just 1 of their last 6. Palace are yet to win any of the 5 league games under Allardyce, they have lost their last 4. 3 of those 4 losses were to nil. Palace are yet to keep an away clean sheet all season. Bournemouth have kept just 1 clean sheet at home in their last 6 so both teams to score looks appealing in a game between two out of form sides but with Allardyce’s track record and defensive tinkering since taking the job, it feels like a matter until Palace become a tough team to beat. 7 of Bournemouth’s 11 home league games have had over 2.5 goals while 7 of Palace’s 11 away games have had over 2.5 goals. If you do fancy both teams to score, it seems a tad short at 8/11, instead have a look at Both Team To Score and Over 2.5 goals at 5/4 unless of course you fancy the 1-1 draw. In terms of corners, each of Bournemouth’s last 7 home games have had 11 or more corners. 7 of Palace’s last 8 away games have had 10 or more corners, looking at games since Allardyce took over, 3 of Palace’s 5 league games have had 10 or more corners.