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X 16.1 purechao black "We have changed the team and now suddenly we look like we have got goals in it," remarked Alan Pardew in typically frank fashion following last weekend's 3-2 victory at Sunderland, and Everton may need to change something themselves if they are to avoid a third straight defeat at Goodison in the Friday Night Football clash.

The Toffees come into the game following a limp 1-0 defeat at Bournemouth last weekend, having been knocked out of the EFL Cup by the Sky Bet Championship's Norwich in front of their own fans earlier in the same week, though another blank would seem highly unlikely considering they've found the net at least once in their six previous competitive outings this term.

The highlight was their 3-0 win away to Sunderland, when a patient first 45 minutes was followed by a rampant second-half display in which Gerard Deulofeu, Yannick Bolasie and hat-trick hero Romelu Lukaku ran riot.

There was a contrasting story at home to Middlesbrough when Ronald Koeman's men effectively had the game sewn up at the break with a 3-1 lead, but it's evident that, as has been the case with Everton for a number of years now, when it clicks they have the ability to look extremely good in the final third.

MercurialX Proximo II And in Lukaku they possess one of the most coveted strikers in Europe. The Belgian has found the net three times in Everton's last four head-to-heads with Palace, equalising after 81 minutes in the 1-1 draw in the corresponding fixture last season; Scott Dann had given the visitors the lead.

He's no bigger than 4/1 to score first, evens in the anytime market and 5s to grab two or more. There are bound to be takers at those prices and it's hard to envisage him taking a back-seat in this one given his overall record against Palace and their eminently breachable back line.

Pardew is bang on the money when he refers to the injection of goals being the prime reason for his team being seventh in the table and on a run of three straight Premier League wins, but the fact their only clean sheet across eight games in all competitions came against League Two Blackpool highlights where those gains are being offset.

Dann misses out again with the hamstring injury he picked up at Southampton, with James Tomkins expected to retain his place, despite twice being undone by Jermain Defoe in the first half last weekend.

Tomkins and Damien Delaney will have their hands full but you can certainly see Martin Kelly raising his game at left-back as he comes up against former team-mate Bolasie.

With the focus bound to be on keeping those two quiet, Kevin Mirallas may be able to pick up a bit more space than usual and he's a fair price to get on the scoresheet at 11/4 with one firm, but I'm willing to cast the net a little wider and take a chance on Palace's Jason Puncheon opening his account for the season at 6/1.

The former Blackpool, QPR and Southampton man is clearly a firm favourite with Pardew having started every Premier League game this season and, while hardly being prolific, he's got 15 top-flight goals to his name since moving to Selhurst Park and his accuracy from range is excellent.

Mercurial Superfly V black That's not always the case with Palace's fellow attacking midfielders Wilfried Zaha and Andros Townsend, who are both a couple of points shorter to score, and it shouldn't be long before Puncheon breaks through this term if he continues to play in behind Christian Benteke.

Benteke was the hero with the stoppage-time winner last weekend and he's obviously made a brilliant start for the Eagles. He's a player who tends to keep up the momentum once in the zone and will be keen to make an impact up against compatriots Mirralas and Lukaku.

Townsend has also made a bright start for his new club but with he and Zaha primarily tasked with providing crosses for the big centre-forward, Puncheon could be the man to pose Everton a threat from central positions.

16.3 Primemesh black In terms of the match market, the draw is tempting. Everton fans were left gutted by the cup exit at the hands of a much-changed Norwich side and last weekend's defeat hinted of a hangover from that disappointment. I'd expect a major reaction and there's bound to be a lively atmosphere in an evening kick-off under the lights at Goodison.

elastico superfly green But there has to be plenty of respect afforded to in-form Palace, who are set up perfectly to counter with speed in wide areas and a clinical finisher leading the line.

Both teams to score is odds-on for good reason and I'd rather take a couple of shots at the correct score market, with 2-2 appealing at 16/1, plus a small interest on 3-3 around the 66/1 mark.


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