Crystal Palace vs Arsenal – 2021/22 match preview, predicted lineups

Cry vs Ars
Arsenal will play Crystal Palace on Monday in the Premier League

The Gunners will travel to Selhurst Park to play Crystal Palace in a crucial match for the season. Both teams will be looking for a win here.

Kick-off : 8:00 PM (Local)

Venue : Selhurst Park Stadium, London

Arsenal look set for a top four finish this season with them being an improved side by now, at this point in the season. They will look to play consistent football.

The Gunners are currently fifth in the points table after 28 matches with 54 points. They trail leaders Man City by 19 points having played a couple of games less. But their issue is to move ahead of Tottenham who sit fourth with same number of points & having played 30 games.

Manager Mikel Arteta have done well in March to churn out victories and Arsenal have been deadly in away games in this year. They will be boosted by the fact.

In games to come they have Chelsea and Manchester United to play and they will look to win games before them.

On the other hand, Crystal Palace are out of worries at the moment in terms of the relegation battle with them 12 points clear of the bottom three.

The Eagles are currently 12th in the points table after 29 games with 34 points.

Palace manager Patrick Vieira will hope that his men keep the good run this year going especially the last game at home which was a goalless draw to Man City in their memories fresh and Arsenal awaiting now at home again.

In terms of the head to head, The Gunners lead 29-5 to Crystal Palace with 16 games ending in a draw out of 50 played so far across all competitions.

Team news and possible lineups

Michael Olise and Wilfried Zaha are both doubtful for the fixture against Arsenal for Palace.

As for The Gunners, Aaron Ramsdale is a doubt ahead of the weekday game.

Arsenal XI (4-2-3-1) : Leno, Cedric, White, Gabriel, Tierney, Xhaka, Partey, Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, Lacazette.

Crystal Palace XI (4-3-3) : Guaita, Clyne, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell, Gallaghar, Kouyate, Hughes, Eze, Mateta, Edouard.


I think given Arsenal’s recent run of form in away games, they have an upper hand going into this game. It might end 2-1 to Gunners.






Alankrit Mathur

Hi, I am Alankrit Mathur. I have a passion for Football & Cricket. I love to write blogs about the above mentioned sports.

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