Firing themselves back into the top-six picture after an eye-catching end to the 2019/2020 campaign, Tottenham will travel across London to an empty Selhurst Park on Sunday afternoon.
Putting in another rampant display and picking up a 3-0 win against Champions League chasers Leicester on home soil last week, Spurs find themselves in the midst of a three-match winning run and are unbeaten in any of their previous five top-flight contests.
On the flip side, while Tottenham might be enjoying their brightest spell of 2020, Crystal Palace have ended their campaign in nothing short than abysmal fashion.
Hit with a 2-0 defeat away at Wolves earlier in the week, the South London outfit have now lost their last seven top-flight appearances on the bounce and could be in for another long afternoon on Sunday.
You might be interested to know, along with a 4-0 victory earlier in the season, Spurs have now won seven of their last eight meetings against the Eagles. A similar outcome this weekend can be found priced at 3/5 with Betfair.
Putting in what was another sluggish display away at Molineux earlier in the week, Crystal Palace have found themselves in the midst of a torrid end to this year’s campaign.
Now enduring their worst run of the season so far and offering very little resistance in the Midlands on Tuesday night, Roy Hodgson’s men have lost each of their last seven Premier League contests on the bounce.
With the former Three Lions boss also enduring his worst rut in his English managerial career, fans around South London will be most concerned by their side’s continued issues in front of goal.
Drawing another blank in their 2-0 defeat against Wolves in midweek, Sunday’s hosts have now remarkably failed to record a single strike in six of their previous seven defeats.
Coming under real scrutiny for their loss away at relegation scrappers Aston Villa earlier in the month, it should also be noted that Palace have failed to find the net in seven of their last eight meetings against the top-six chasers.
You might be interested to know that Hodgson’s side can be found priced at 6/5 with Ladbrokes to draw another blank in South London this weekend.
Kane at the double
Although Tottenham might have continued to show some worrying issues either side of the break, Spurs are certainly enjoying their brightest run under Jose Mourinho.
Making a real statement and picking up a thumping 3-0 romp against top-four chasers Leicester last weekend, Sunday’s guests find themselves within touching distance of breaking into the top-six.
With their sights firmly set on securing another campaign of European football, the former Manchester United boss will be hugely excited by Harry Kane’s most recent purple patch in North London.
Winning their last three contests on the bounce and grabbing local bragging rights against Arsenal earlier in the month, the England skipper grabbed yet another brace against the Foxes last time out.
Appearing to be getting back to his best, Kane has now recorded four goals in back-to-back Premier League outings and should be confident of ending his campaign with another strike.
You might be interested to know that Tottenham’s MVP can be found priced at 1/1 with William Hill to find the net against what is a struggling Crystal Palace in Sunday’s top-flight farewell.