Neither Crystal Palace nor Burnley are fancied to make a shock storm to the Championship title at 80/1 and 28/1 respectively and the sides are expected to be inseparable in south London for the third time in as many meetings at Selhurst Park.
The last two times it’s ended goalless between the Eagles and the Clarets, but with neither side keeping a clean sheet so far in the current campaign, short odds of 7/10 for both teams to score in the match are understandable.
Along the same lines, it would surely be brave to take up the 333/100 chance of either side winning to nil.
Football betting fans can back the draw at 21/10 at bwin.com, with a win for either team equally less probable at 31/20.
Despite the visitors lacking options in the final third following the injury to Martin Paterson, young Jay Rodriguez found the net four times in the Carling Cup extra-time win over Burton Albion and partner Charlie Austin has two in two matches.
Palace themselves will be hoping Glenn Murray, their summer acquisition from arch-rivals Brighton, will grab his first goal for the club and have had a midweek rest after their League Cup encounter with Crawley Town was called off due to the recent rioting in the capital.
The most appealing approach to this Championship clash is perhaps to pick a correct scoreline. In particular, a 2-2 draw, repeating the result Burnley recorded on the opening day at home to Watford, is an attractive shout at 33/2.
However, the most tempting option is surely for the match to finish 1-1 at 13/2, which means a free £25 bet, available to all new customers who register for a bwin account, would net a tidy sum of £187.50 if it comes in.
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