10. Manchester City have won their last seven games with Crystal Palace — a record stretching back to December 2001. City are 1.62 to win.
9. In fact, Palace have not scored against City in four outings, since a 3-1 away defeat in January 2005. City are 2.75 to win without conceding.
8. City beat Palace 3-0 in this reverse fixture back in December, despite the Premier League champions recording just three shots on target in the entire game. City are 12.00 to repeat that scoreline.
7. Palace have won two games on the bounce and could go four league wins in five for the first time since April 2014 with victory on Monday. They are 5.50 to win.
6. The Eagles have conceded exactly one goal in each one of their last three wins. City are 2.12 to score -1.5 goals.
5. Glenn Murray’s fourth goal in four games helped Palace beat Stoke 2-1 in their last outing and the striker now boasts 12 goals for the season. Murray is 4.30 to score.
4. City, meanwhile, have lost four of their last six games and are 2.30 to lose/draw on the Double Chance.
3. Manuel Pellegrini’s men beat West Brom 3-0 in their least outing, with Spaniard David Silva scoring his 13th goal for club and country this season. Silva bagged two against Palace in December and is 10.00 to net first.
2. Wilfried Bony also scored his first City goal against West Brom, raising his league tally to 10. Bony averages 3.25 shots per league game and is 2.30 to net.
1. Just 27 of City’s 62 Premier League goals have come in the first half of matches this season. They are 4.60 to draw/win on the HT/FT.