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Odds and preview for the lunchtime kick off:

Palace are looking relatively safe 11 points off the relegation zone with 5 games to go and although Man City have had a heavy fixture schedule, they’re well equipped for it with their quality in squad depth. Palace will be without former Liverpool defender Sakho who’s out with a knee injury.

Pep’s Manchester City have proved a side to be reckoned with across all competitions this year with a possible quadruple on the cards, though Pep has said this is almost impossible, they will try regardless. Midfielder Bruno Silva looks a doubt after picking up a muscle injury in their Champions League defeat to Spurs, their first defeat in the last 14 games across all competitions.

Match Betting:

This looks to be almost a formality and City to win at 1/3 (1.33) is best priced with Sky Bet, you can still get 3/10 (1.3) on City to win with most bookies though.

Crystal Palace do have the boasting rights of being one of only four teams to beat Manchester city in the Premier League this season, after their 3 – 2 away win back in December. If you fancy a shock win, you can get Palace at a juicy 11/1 (12.0) best price with Bet Victor.

The pressure is on City to produce though, Liverpool are currently sitting on top spot and every game will be like a cup final for both. Who will buckle to the pressure first in this Premier League shoot out?


You can get current Premier League top goalscorer Sergio Aguero to score first at a massive 14/5 (3.8) with Coral or Ladbrokes. But Raheem Sterling to score anytime is a valuable 6/5 (2.2) with bet365 and Paddy Power, given is recent scoring form, it seems rude not to take that price.

Crystal Palace midfield ace Luka Milivojević and penalty taker scored on their last outing against City when Palace beat them 3 – 2 in December, and you can get Luka Milivojević to score anytime at 11/2 (6.5) with bet365.

Where to watch:

Kick off: 15:05 (Gibraltar)

Channel: Sky Sports Main Event, some may have issues with Sky Sports, but you can also catch it on Canal + Sports which most should still have. Alternatively The Hendrix and other usual spots down in Ocean Village will be showing the match.

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All prices checked against OddsChecker at the time of writing.