Crystal Palace Vs Man City Free Tips [19th Oct]
Published on 17/10/19
Crystal Palace vs Man City (October 19) is this Saturday’s teatime match and The Eagles find themselves flying higher than normal in sixth place after winning at West Ham before the international break. City were also beaten at home by Wolves that weekend and this game provides one of the most interesting match-ups of game week nine.
Check out our stats, analysis, and free tips for Crystal Palace vs Manchester City.
Crystal Palace vs Man City Analysis
17:30 Kick Off on 19th Oct
Crystal Palace vs Man City kicks-off at Selhurst Park at 17.30 on Saturday 19 October.
Crystal Palace Form
Apart from falling victim to Tottenham’s best 45-minutes of the season, Crystal Palace have generally been performing above last year’s standards.
They started slowly with a home draw against Everton and a defeat at Sheffield United, but they bounced back in style with a win at Old Trafford which started a run of four wins in their last six.
Palace are also unbeaten in four matches at Selhurst Park, winning two and drawing two. Having struggled for goals in their first few matches; they’ve scored twice to win both their last two matches.
Manchester City Form
Man City are still brilliant when at their best but their defence has caused them to lose two games they were long odds-on to win against Norwich and Wolves.
Admittedly, apart from their defeat at Norwich, they have looked superb on the road this season. They beat West Ham 5-0 in their opening match, which was a good deal more one-sided than Palace’s 2-1 win at West Ham.
City have also won 3-1 at Everton and Bournemouth this season, meaning their four away matches have produced an amazing 18 goals, with at least four in each match.
Crystal Palace vs Man City Head-To-Heads
There’s no getting away from the fact Manchester City are still capable of steamrollering most teams in the Premier League, which they showed when beating Watford 8-0 after going 5-0 up in the first 20 minutes.
Palace have also been on the end of some serious beatings in recent seasons including two 5-0 defeats in 2017.
Palace held on for a 0-0 draw in the corresponding fixture two seasons ago and shocked the Etihad faithful with a 3-2 win their last season, but City did hit back with a 3-1 win at Selhurst Park when the two teams last met in April.