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The Citizens currently trail their London rivals by three points with a marginally lower goal difference but a win over the Eagles by four goals or more could see them return to the top for the first time since the last day of last season.
Last season these clashes were tight affairs with City winning 2-0 when they met in April and 1-0 in December.
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Crystal Palace is currently 16th in the league with 15 points having won 3 games, drawn 6 and lost 7. They are tied for points with Burnley FC with a win set to take them up to 14th.
City are sweating on the fitness of Vincent Kompany. The Belgian defender is struggling with a hamstring injury with the early signs that he will be out until the New Year.
Bacary Sagna and Dedryck Boyata could both slot in beside Eliaquim Mangala while Sergio Aguero is once set to be missing. Stevan Jovetic and Edin Dzeko are also out meaning that David Silva will continue up front supported by Yaya Toure. Youngster Jose Pozo could also feature against the Eagles.
Frank Lampard could start again following his winner against Leicester last time out. The veteran midfielder has scored 5 goals so far this season with his effort against the Foxes leading City to a seventh straight win.
In all the club are unbeaten in their 8 games in all competitions and have not lost in the league since a 2-1 reverse to West Ham October.
Palace meanwhile will be without Marouane Chamakh. The former Arsenal forward is suffering with a hamstring injury.
Good news will come in the form of a return to action for Adrian Mariappa. The defender is back in full training and while he may not feature in Manchester he should be fit for the festive period.