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Man City aim to remain top vs. Palace

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 By David Mooney

Leroy Sane stars as rampant Manchester City thrash Palace

Manchester City thrashed Crystal Palace to go top of the Premier League on goal difference.
Manchester City thrashed Crystal Palace to go top of the Premier League on goal difference.
Manchester City thrashed Crystal Palace to go top of the Premier League on goal difference.
Manchester City thrashed Crystal Palace to go top of the Premier League on goal difference.

The Manchester City juggernaut continued as they hammered Crystal Palace 5-0, laying down another statement of intent to the rest of the Premier League. It's now 16 goals in three top-flight games -- and none conceded -- for Pep Guardiola's side, and by full time it could have been much worse for the Eagles than the five they'd let in.

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Once more, City's attack showed fine moments of movement, clinical finishing and a destructive quality that, despite the plaudits they got last season,...

Manchester City aim to remain top of table against winless Crystal Palace

David Silva
David Silva has scored four goals in six Premier League games for Manchester City against Crystal Palace.

Manchester City will try to remain atop the Premier League table when they welcome Crystal Palace, who have lost all five league games this season, to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

City, unbeaten in seven games in all competitions, have won four times and drawn once in the Premier League thus far, leaving them joint top with Manchester United on 16 points.

They have won nine of their last 10 Premier League games against Palace and 13 of 14 games in all competitions, dating to March 16, 2002. The...

 By David Mooney

Questions remain about Man City's squad depth after win over West Brom

Five different goalscorers were on the scoresheet for Man City vs. Palace from their last meeting back in May.
Craig Burley breaks down Kevin de Bruyne's supposed new Man City contract, where he's set to earn significantly more.
Ale Moreno says Man City's abundance of talent and squad depth is why they're such heavy favourites to win the league.

For 45 minutes on Wednesday night, Manchester City fans could have been forgiven for thinking that, for the first time in a long time, their side had good strength in depth. At half-time in the 2-1 Carabao Cup victory at West Brom, the visitors were leading 1-0 and had few could have complained had they been further in front.

However, the Baggies' revival after the break forced Pep Guardiola's side onto the back foot for long spells -- and but for a great strike from Leroy Sane and some missed chances...

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Crystal Palace ready to face the music at the Etihad vs. Manchester City

Pep Guardiola
Pep Guardiola could relax after Manchester City scored six goals at Watford.

Last week's 6-0 win at Watford touched perfection for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City. "I am so happy," he said. This time, his catchphrase did not drip with sarcasm. With Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus sharing 11 goals between them, as they feast on the sumptuous service provided by David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne, Crystal Palace look lambs headed to slaughter at the Etihad.

John Brewin previews the weekend's Premier League action and highlights five storylines in W2W4. Click here for more.

Pep Guardiola should target League Cup as first trophy of many at City

Pep Guardiola recaps his team's convincing 6-0 win over Watford, and how he loves watching good football like any spectator.

"It's difficult for me to live without titles. I need to feed myself with titles. This is important for me and the boys. For the club it's one more, but it's the first one of a new team" -- so said Jose Mourinho after clinching the 2015 League Cup with Chelsea, his first after returning to Stamford Bridge for a second spell in charge.

The Portuguese coach is a serial winner and throughout his time in England has always taken the "second" cup competition seriously -- it was his first trophy during...