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Match Info | Season 2017/18

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BATTLE - Manchester City's Yaya Toure battles for the ball with Crystal Palace's James McArthur

BATTLE - Manchester City's Yaya Toure battles for the ball with Crystal Palace's James McArthur

Everything you need to know ahead of Crystal Palace v Man City...

When and where

The game will be played at Selhurst Park with a 12pm kick-off.

Sunday's fixture will be show live on BT Sport 1 in the UK, to see our full global TV listings click here.

Alternatively, you can download our City Matchday app for Android | City Matchday app for iOs to follow the game live and we'll also have live updates on Twitter.

Team news

City: Benjamin Mendy (knee) remains sidelined while Vincent Kompany is a doubt after being forced off early in the Newcastle game.

Palace: To follow

The last time

City defeated Palace 5-0 at the Etihad thanks to goals from Leroy Sane, Raheem Sterling (two), Sergio Aguero and Fabian Delph.

LEGEND: Sergio edges closer to Eric Brook's goalscoring record

Highlights

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Extended highlights: City 5-0 Palace

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Media Watch

Gossip: City run saluted, defenders linked

Men's Team

Raheem: City focused on points not records

​ON THE MONEY: Raheem Sterling breaks the deadlock with his 13th Premier League strike of the season.

Raheem Sterling said Manchester City were thinking only about points rather than records after the winger's goal secured a vital 1-0 win at Newcastle United.

Sterling says City's drive is to try and maintain their stunning form rather than creating history

Men's Team

Guardiola: Adaptability key to winning run

​JOB DONE: City come out on top in the North East to extending the winning run to 18 games, leading second-placed Manchester United by 15 points.

City boss Pep Guardiola believes adaptability is a key driving force behind City's record-breaking 18 successive Premier League wins.

Manager's verdict on 1-0 win away at Newcastle United