Crystal Palace have not lost at home in the Premier League since Roy Hodgson’s return to the club. Crystal Palace won their first Premier League match this season against Sheffield United while Arsenal beat Nottingham Forest.
Both teams will set their sights on grabbing all three points to continue their flawless run. The Gunners completed a league double against Palace last season and have a resounding record against their opponents.
The fixture has all the ingredients to deliver age-of-the-seat moments.
Head-to-Head (Last Five Games)
Crystal Palace: 1 win
Arsenal: 3 wins
Form (Last Five Games)
Crystal Palace: WWLLW
Players to watch
Eberechi Oluchi Eze (Crystal Palace)– The attacking midfielder will most certainly be a handful for the Arsenal defense. The English international was involved in 14 goals for Palace in the previous campaign. Mikel Arteta’s men have to be careful when dealing with Eze’s intricate movement on and off the ball.
Bakayo Saka (Arsenal) – The English right winger has continued were he left off in the previous campaign. Saka scored his first of the season with a brilliantly taken left footed strike outside the box. The forward has continued to be a menace in front of goal and could cause serious problems for Palace.