Man City v Crystal Palace Odds : Yaya Toure to score and Manchester win all the rage at 2/1

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Manchester City will bid to go top of the table, for 24 hours at least, when they take on Crystal Palace this afternoon.

The Citizen’s moved consolidated their status as favourites for the Premier League title when they beat previous league leaders Liverpool 2-1 on Boxing Day.



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With impressive homes wins over Manchester United, Spurs and Arsenal the Blues were given a stern challenge by the Reds with Alvaro Negredo fortunate goal on the stroke of half time sealing a narrow win.

The result saw City move ominously into second place on the back of a win and the club will target a 10 successive home win when they take on a Palace side with three wins in their last five games.

Manuel Pellegrini will once again be without Sergio Aguero and right back Micah Richards for the clash although the Chilean manager is expected to have Matija Nastastic available.

The Serbian International returned to the City squad for the clash with Liverpool following 8 games out and is likely to remain there on Saturday after Joleon Lescott and Vincent Kompany put in a commanding performance, keeping in-form Luis Suarez goal-less midweek.

Injury-hit forward Stevan Jovetic is also poised to make a surprise return. The former Fiorentina striker has endured a difficult time since his summer move however according to reports in Manchester Evening news the striker is poised to return to the City squad.

Crystal Palace meanwhile will have Marouane Chamakh back from suspension.

His return is set to cause a headache for Eagles manager with his replacement Yannick Bolasie turning in an impressive performance in the 1-0 win over Aston Villa.

Dwight Gayle scored the winner against Villa however the Peterborough man is set to once again be on the bench again on Saturday.

The Londoners last won at City in December 1990 when they won 2-0 although given City’s home form a repeat result would not appear to be on the cards.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.