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Crystal Palace - Manchester City
Premier League - 19 November 2016
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And that is full-time, City score seven minutes from time to win 2-1. The hero is Toure, who bagged a brace in his first start since August. Wickham had levelled for the Eagles. Thanks for following the game, stick with us on the site for Bayern v Dortmund and the Madrid derby.
CHANCE! A low ball is fired in by Zaha, it finds Puncheon who pokes his shot agonisingly wide of goal.
Fernandinho has gone down after challenging for the ball with Wickham, there didn't look much in that challenege but the stretcher has come out.
Palace have moved Dann up front in a desperate bid for a late equaliser. They can count themselves unlucky if they come away with nothing.
There will be five added minutes.
Toure is limping off the field, has a sip of water and then makes his way back on the pitch.
- OffMartin KellyCrystal Palace
- OnBakary SakoCrystal Palace
Last throw of the dice for Palace, who bring Sako on for the remaining four minutes.
- OffSergio AgüeroManchester City
- OnFernandoManchester City
Fernando is on for Aguero who jogs off
- GoalYaya TouréManchester City
GOAL! It is that man Toure again. De Bruyne’s low ball from the corner is flicked on by Silva and the unmarked Ivorian slots the ball in from close range, poor marking from Palace.
City have a corner from the right with De Bruyne preparing to swing in a cross.
- OffChristian BentekeCrystal Palace
- OnChung-Yong LeeCrystal Palace
Benteke makes way for Chung-Yeo Lee who is playing in a central role off Wickham.
Wickham is booked for pushing De Bruyne and City have a free-kick 30 yards out. It's partially cleared, Otamendi flicks it on, it falls to De Bruyne who skews his shot wide.
City whip in another cross from the right but the keeper does well to collect.
City have a wealth of attacking talent to choose from in a bid to find a goal - Navas, Sane, and Iheanacho.
- OffNolitoManchester City
- OnDavid SilvaManchester City
Silva is on for City for the remaining 20 minutes or so.
CHANCE! De Bruyne's cross hits Sterling's chest and trickles narrowly wide, the winger was not expecting the ball to ball to him.
- GoalConnor WickhamCrystal Palace
GOAL! Seconds after Aguero's chance Palace equalise courtesy of Wickham. He collected Zaha's ball, his first touch gave him space from Zabaleta and he lashed a drive into the net via Bravo's outstretched leg.
SO CLOSE! De Bruyne's low ball finds Aguero at the near post, his shot is parried is then cleared off the line by Ward!
CHANCE! Sterling runs at the defence and cuts the ball back to De Bruyne whose first-time effort from 30 yards flies over the bar.
City have a corner down the left. De Bruyne whips in the cross, it finds Aguero on the edge of the area who cuts inside and fires a shot over the bar.
Palace are piling on the pressure and the atmosphere in the stadium is red hot.
GOOD SAVE! Puncheon cuts inside and dinks in a cross for Benteke whose header is well saved by Bravo, the follow-up from Zaha is deflected wide.
The delivery by Cabaye is poor though, Palace need to make better use of their set pieces.
Zaha is tripped needlessly by Kolarov on the wing and Palace have a free-kick.
Puncheon may face retrospective action for that trip on the full-back as the referee and his assistants missed that incident.
Zabaleta has gone down on the edge of the box after being tripped by Puncheon off the ball - the Palace man was lucky to escape a card for that challenge.
City have a corner down the left. Nolito's delivery to the near post is another disappointing one and Palace clear.
Townsend, who was anonymous in the first period, was the man to make way for Wickham who will play alongside Benteke.
- OffAndros TownsendCrystal Palace
- OnConnor WickhamCrystal Palace
Palace get the second half underway and they have made a substitution with Wickham on.
And that is half-time. Toure's goal in the 39th minute has given City a 1-0 lead with the first shot on target. But the bad news for City is Kompany went off after a collision with Bravo.
City have ended the half strongly with De Bruyne in the game more. Palace have a minute left to hang on.
There will be three added minutes.
Cabaye wins a free-kick near the halfway line after a foul by Fernandinho. The delivery is cleared though.
The move looked to be dead until Toure threaded the ball to Aguero who returned the favour and the Ivorian side-footed his effort into the net via Tomkins' knee in his first game since August.
- GoalYaya TouréManchester City
GOAL! It is Toure on the scoresheet. He traded passes with Aguero in the box before firing in a shot which struck Tomkins and nestled in the roof of the net.
Kompany has gone down again and looks unwell, it could be the after effects of the collision with Bravo. He is going off the field and is being replaced by Zabaleta.
CHANCE! Kolarov sends in a good cross into the box, Aguero sticks out a leg but his effort flies high and wide from eight yards out.
WHAT A WASTE! Palace have a free-kick nearly 40 yards out. Cabaye opts to shoot and fires his effort well wide.
SO CLOSE! Sterling whips in a dangerous cross between two Palace defenders which just evades Nolito six yards out, a let-off for Palace.
Kompany went off the field to have treatment but is back on the field thankfully, that looked a nasty blow to the head.
Kompany has gone down in agony after colliding with Bravo after chasing a long ball with Puncheon. He is getting treatment on his head and is down on the deck.
The last time Palace kept a clean sheet against Manchester City was 21 years ago in the League Cup when Nigel Martyn was between the sticks.
Pardew will be pleased his side's start, they have defended solidly and look threatening on the counter.
Zaha wins a free-kick 35 yards out after being fouled by Toure. Cabaye's delivery is headed away by Kolarov though.
Good work by Sterling on the right, he twists around Kelly and sends in a low cross but Ward clears.
CHANCE! The ball is cleared for Benteke who controls the ball on his chest and fires a volley which goes wide, decent effort.
Zaha has been the star man so far for the home side in a more central role.
Very good defensive work from Zaha to tackle Nolito. He then goes on a good run at the other end, cuts inside but his low shot is charged down by Fernandinho.
City win a corner after Ward puts De Bruyne's deep cross behind. The delivery is cleared by McArthur for another corner. This time Nolito's delivery is headed clear by Dann.
Good long ball from Tomkins for Zaha, he sends in a decent cross but Bravo gathers.
It's been a scrappy start from the visitors, De Bruyne appears to be playing more centrally behind Aguero.
Sterling sends in a low cross, but it's not the greatest ball in and the keeper gathers.
Puncheon wins a free-kick after a foul by Fernandinho. Cabaye's delivery is cleared though.
Dann is partnering Tomkins today in the centre of defence and Puncheon appears to be playing a deeper role.
- 1st Half
City get the game underway in their black and maroon shirts.
The minute's silence is observed for the Croydon tram victims, with fans holding signs which read R.I.P Dave Chinnery, one of our own", who was among the victims.
Five minutes until kick-off at Selhurst Park..
Alan Pardew is without goalkeeper Steve Mandanda due to a knee problem while Joe Ledley, Loic Remy and Lee Chung-yong are also on the sidelines because of injuries.
Along with the return of Toure, Bacary Sagna makes his first start since October while Vincent Kompany has recovered from a groin injury and is in the line-up.
This is a match between two out-of-form teams with Palace losing four of their last five, while City have just one win from their last five games.
Tributes are to be paid to the seven people who lost their lives in the Croydon tram derailment in south London, with Palace and their players having made donations to the fund set up for the families involved.
CRYSTAL PALACE: Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Tomkins, Cabaye,Kelly, Cabaye, McArthur, Puncheon, Townsend, Zaha, Benteke…Subs: Speroni, Delaney, Sako, Mutch, Lee, Flamini, Wickham. /// MANCHESTER CITY: Bravo, Sagna, Kompany, Otamendi, Kolarov, Fernandinho, Yaya Toure, Nolito, De Bruyne, Aguero, Sterling…Subs: Caballero, Fernando, Zabaleta, Navas, Sane, Silva, Iheanacho.
The big news is Yaya Toure - remember him? - is in the starting line-up for the first time in the Premier League under Pep Guardiola after the standoff between the City boss and the player's outspoken agent.
Hello and welcome to LIVE commentary as Crystal Palace clash with Manchester City. Kick-off at Selhurst Park is at 15:00 GMT.