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Premier League football tips for C Palace v Man City 19 10 19

17 Oct | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League football tips for C Palace v Man City  19 10 19

Will Rook's football tips for Saturday evening's Premier League game cover the result, BTTS, time of goal and total cards.

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Here are five football tips Will Rook thinks you should consider for Crystal Palace v Manchester City on Saturday evening.

Draw at half-time

Manchester City lost 2-0 at home to Wolves last time out and, after the international break, might take a little time to warm up.

Each of City’s last three matches have been level at half-time, while Crystal Palace are yet to concede a goal in the first half at Selhurst Park this season.

Manchester City to win the second half

The champions should still win the game, though.

They had won five on the spin prior to that defeat against Wolves and have beaten Palace in eight of the last 10 meetings between the sides.

Both teams to score

Manchester City have already conceded goals against Wolves, Everton, Norwich, Bournemouth and Tottenham this season.

Their matches against Palace last season ended 3-1 and 3-2, and the home side have a decent chance of finding the net again on Saturday.

A goal to be scored between 76-90 minutes

There has been a goal in this period in each of Manchester City’s last six league games and Crystal Palace’s last three.

A goal was scored in this period in both matches between these sides last season.

Over 4.5 cards

Crystal Palace have committed 100 fouls so far this season – 10 more than any other side – while no other Premier League team has picked up more than their 19 bookings.

Manchester City rank fourth for yellow cards with 17, so this could get tasty.

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