Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Ian Wright clashed as they all disagreed when predicting the result of Crystal Palace’s clash vs Everton this weekend.
The Toffees head to Selhurst Park having won five of their last eight games in all competitions, while the Eagles have just one win in their last four games.
But while making their picks on the Stick to Football podcast (9 November), the three veteran pundits couldn’t agree on their predictions for the game.
“Palace Everton, it’s a difficult one,” Neville said.
“It’s got 1-1 written all over it,” Keane claimed. “They’d both be happy, do you know what I mean?”
But Ian Wright disagreed, responding,” Nah, I think someone is winning that one.”
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On the other side of the table Neville and Jill Scott agreed they felt the game would end in a draw.
“Yeah, I think we go draw. We definitely go draw,” Neville added.
“It’s a game that to be fair, not a lot of people think about it a few days after it’s happened. We’ll go 1-1.”
Wright and Keane however continued to disagree.
“They both need to win,” Wright said. “Someone is going to win that. I don’t think that’s a draw. I’d say Palace 2-1. Go big or go home.”
“Everton aren’t winning there, no chance,” Keane said. “I think 1-1, but we’ll go with 2-1 Palace.”
It seems as though despite our excellent form in recent weeks and the performances we’re turning in, people still aren’t paying attention to Everton.
Sean Dyche has go the team playing really well all over the pitch, with a solid defensive setup which gave Brighton absolutely nothing last week for the majority of the game and we’re dangerous going forward too.
Palace will play an open game which will suit our setup for counter attacks with Dwight McNeil, Jack Harrison, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, James Garner and Arnaut Danjuma all pushing for starts and capable of winning games on their own.
This is a chance to move further away from the relegation zone ahead of the international break and go into it with great morale and excellent results as we await the results of the hearing which could see 12 points deducted.
We need as many points as we can get and while we’re playing well like we are currently, we have a great chance of getting all three on Saturday against a strong Palace side who are struggling.