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Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Prediction and Betting Tips 3/30/2024

After their points deduction, Nottingham Forest will be looking for a big win to take them back out of the relegation zone, while Crystal Palace will want three points to maintain a safe distance from the drop zone. Join our top cappers and check our Premier League predictions for this match!

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Prediction and Betting Tips 3/30/2024
Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Prediction and Betting Tips 3/30/2024

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Match Information

  • Match: Nottingham Forest (6-7-16) vs Crystal Palace (7-8-13)
  • Location: City Ground, Nottingham, England
  • Day/Time: Saturday, March 30, 11 a.m. ET
  • Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Live Stream: Fubo.tv

 

The relegation battle is getting tighter, with 19th to 16th place separated by eight points. Nottingham Forest currently sits 18th in the Premier League after 29 games. Forest has six wins, seven draws, and 16 losses, leaving them on 21 points, just one point from safety.

Nottingham is the soccer betting favorite at +126 odds to win the match against Crystal Palace at City Ground. You can watch the game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV this Saturday, March 30, at 11 am.

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Odds and Spreads


 

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Betting Tips

  • Both teams scored in seven of Crystal Palace’s last eight Premier League road games.
  • 21% of Crystal Palace’s away matches this season have ended 1-1.
  • This season, the opposition scored first in 57% of Crystal Palace’s road games.
  • Forest has conceded at least one goal in 12 of their 14 home matches.
  • Palace has scored in each of their last seven matches.
  • Palace has failed to win in their last eight away matches.
  • 44% of Crystal Palace’s conceded goals occurred after the 75th minute.
  • The two teams shared the spoils in the previous two head-to-heads.

 

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Over/Under Pick: Over 2, 2½ Goals (-118)

Nottingham Forest is on a five-game winless run in all competitions, with the team sitting in the relegation zone.

Forest has been underwhelming in attack this season, scoring just 35 goals in 29 matches, an average of just 1.21 goals a game. At the other end of the pitch, they’re not much better, conceding 51 goals and keeping just four clean sheets.

When making predictions on the Premier League, we expect another high-scoring affair here, so you should definitely back the over.

 

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Player Prop Pick: Chris Wood 1+ Goals (+200)

Nottingham’s Chris Wood finally returned from injury and found the back of the net in the 1-1 draw against Luton. He scored six goals in seven games across all competitions before getting injured.

If you love soccer player props, he is the player to watch and bet on.

 

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace Best Game Prop: Over 2½ and Both Teams To Score – Yes (+140)

Crystal Palace has struggled with their away form, failing to win in nine Premier League away games, with six losses and three draws.

New head coach Oliver Glasner will be hoping to secure his first win for his new club, but Nottingham will be eager to add some more points to their season tally and escape the relegation zone.

We expect the two teams to share the spoils in a game with a lot of goals from both sides.

 

 

Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Prediction

Nottingham Forest 2, Crystal Palace 2

 

 

Questions Of The Day

Who could score for Crystal Palace against Nottingham Forest?


Eberechi Eze scored in the 3-1 defeat against Tottenham and he found the back of the net against Bodo/Glimt during the international break. He’s the player to watch and bet on.

Will Oliver Glasner continue with Crystal Palace next season?


The 49-year-old replaced Roy Hodgson in February and vowed to bring goals to the club.
He will remain at the capital club as Palace hopes his drive, intensity and tactical nous make him the ideal candidate for the job. The Austrian arrives with a good pedigree, having won the Europa League with Eintracht Frankfurt.

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