STAR PREVIEW Crystal Palace v Liverpool

first_img[dropcap]G[/dropcap]ot there with the Hibs bet last night although the 2-0 final score flattered them somewhat. Rangers played a lot better than they have of late but as often is the case when your luck is out – they simply failed to get the rub of the green.Is it just me or are Liverpool seemingly on the TV every time they play ? No problems, just have lost count of the number of previews I’ve done involving Liverpool recently !! They head to Selhurst Park for what might be a tough encounter with Crystal Palace in the fifth round of the Cup (5.30pm BT SPORT).Such have been the high profile casualties in the cup this season all the remaining teams will think they have, at the very least, a squeak of reaching Wembley.Selhurst Park is a bogey ground for Liverpool who have failed to win in their last six visits and the home support that Palace get is second to none. They are also starting to play good football again under Alan Pardew.Both teams are without their captains. Steven Gerrard is expected to be out for two to three weeks with a hamstring problem and Palace’s captain Mile Jedinak remains unavailable with an ankle problem.Crystal Palace v LiverpoolFA Cup5.30pm BT SPORTHEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Max 10 matches)Nov 2014 Premier C Palace 3-1 LiverpoolMay 2014 Premier C Palace 3-3 LiverpoolOct 2013 Premier Liverpool 3-1 C PalaceOct 2005 Carling Cup C Palace 2-1 LiverpoolApr 2005 Premiership C Palace 1-0 LiverpoolNov 2004 Premiership Liverpool 3-2 C PalaceFeb 2003 FA Cup Liverpool 0-2 C PalaceJan 2003 FA Cup C Palace 0-0 LiverpoolJan 2001 League Cup Liverpool 5-0 C PalaceJan 2001 League Cup C Palace 2-1 LiverpoolFairly certain there will be plenty of goals so am happy to take around evens with Star Sports about there being over 2.5.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-50 points)BACK OVER 2.5 GOALS for 10 points at around evens with Star SportsRETURN SINCE START OF WORLD CUP: PROFIT 118.62 POINTSWhat’s your view? CALL STAR SPORTS 08000 521 321last_img read more

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