Arsenal vs Crystal Palace prediction, and Results Today August 5, 2022

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Arsenal vs Crystal Palace prediction, Arsenal vs Crystal Palace results. Arsenal and Crystal Palace will kick off the 2022/23 Premier League season in a London derby at Selhurst Park later this evening.

Both teams will approach the opening of the new campaign in SE25 buoyed after an encouraging summer, with the Gunners losing just one friendly and scoring a combined 10 goals to Chelsea and Sevilla without reply thanks in large part to the Reds. – £45m superstar Gabriel Jesus.

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace prediction

Arsenal will be keen to build on that sense of excitement and anticipation and avoid the same fate that befell them in the first play-off match in London last year, when they were beaten by Brentford.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal is scheduled for an 8pm BST kick-off later tonight on Friday, August 5, 2022.

The match will take place at Selhurst Park.

 

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace prediction

Following their win in April, the Eagles are looking to win consecutive league games against us for the first time in their history.

Palace ended the last campaign unbeaten in six home league games (W3 D3), keeping a clean sheet in each of the last five. They last had a longer unbeaten home run in the top-flight between March – August 1992, while they’ve never kept six consecutive home clean sheets in the top division.

None of our last 17 Premier League games has ended in a draw (W11 L6) – only once have we had a longer run (25 between January and October 2018).

This is the third consecutive season we’re starting our Premier League campaign with a London derby, winning 3-0 at Fulham in 2020/21, before losing 2-0 at Brentford.

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1️⃣ Palace 🆚 Arsenal 1-1
2️⃣ Fulham 🆚 Liverpool 1-3
3️⃣ Everton 🆚 Chelsea 1-2
4️⃣ T.Spurs 🆚 Soton 3-0
5️⃣ Man Utd 🆚 Brighton 4-1
6️⃣Westham 🆚 Man City 2-4

Arsenal vs Crystal Palace Results

Arteta on Palace: “They showed last season how tough they are, how difficult they are to beat and how consistent they were at home as well, especially against the big teams when they got some great results.

“They had that result against us and hopefully, we learnt a lot of lessons that day, especially the 30 minutes we had where we were nowhere near the standards that we needed and we paid the price for it.”

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