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Beat the Clock = Crystal Palace vs MCFC
10 September 2015 23:39 Post ID: #555189
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The first game after the unwelcome early season international break sees MCFC travel to south London to take on Pardew's Palace.

After looking completely unstoppable in our 4 previous games, it remains to be seen whether the break will have done us some good with regard to the likes of Bony and Fernando approaching full fitness, or whether a combination of breaking our concentration and our current first choice right back will put a stop to our good run.

Palace are one of the surprise packages of the season, and currently sit in second place in the league. Having seen off the likes of "champions" Chelsea, confidence in the Eagle's dressing room will be pretty high, and they'll certainly come out expecting to give us a game, particularly given the result the last time this fixture was played.

That being said, Palace haven't played anyone quite as good as us yet, and it's unlikely that our players will give last season even a second's thought, unless it's to spur them on to avenge what was a somewhat unlucky defeat.

Alan Pardew is a horrid, horrid man, but despite his unpleasantness, particularly towards the gentleman that manages us, he is not a bad manager. Forget the nightmare time he had at Newcastle where he was utterly detested by the fans (some would say rightly so), he has certainly galvanised a relatively unfancied Palace squad and turned them into a decent side. A couple of astute buys in the market has certainly helped improve their squad.

So what will it be? This is being billed as a "top of the table clash", which technically it is. But can Palace stay the pace? They're certainly capable of capitalising on any slip ups City might make, but I certainly can't see them troubling the Champions League places come the end of the season. This could very well be their high water mark for the season, and it's up to Manchester City to show the same steely resolve, concentration and team spirit from the opening games to begin Palace's slide back down the table.

On our day we can beat anyone, even with a makeshift right back - it's up to the team to make it our day!

The questions:

Guess the attendance: Tiny Slehurst park holds 26255

Predict the time of the first goal:

Name the first goal scorer

Predict the correct scoreline

Bonus:

There are 5 Premier League games scheduled for 3:00 on Saturday.

What I want to know is how many goals will be scored across all 5 of these games (that includes the City game)

A correct answer is worth 10 points.

If nobody gets it spot on, the next nearest guess(es) can have 5 points

Happy predicting!
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11 September 2015 06:49 Post ID: #555192 - in reply to #555189
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25,891

28 mins

Aguero

Palace 0 City 2

16 goals
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11 September 2015 07:54 Post ID: #555197 - in reply to #555189
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26, 001

4 mins

Aguero

Palace 0 City 2

18 goals
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11 September 2015 10:09 Post ID: #555203 - in reply to #555189
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25,320

25 mins.

Aguero

0 : 3 City

13 goals

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11 September 2015 19:21 Post ID: #555230 - in reply to #555189
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26, 159
42 mins
Sterling
0:2
10 goals
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11 September 2015 21:56 Post ID: #555238 - in reply to #555189
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26014

16 minutes

Aguero

0-3

16 goals
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12 September 2015 00:40 Post ID: #555241 - in reply to #555189
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25,716

31 mins

Aguero

2-0 City

12 goals
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12 September 2015 00:56 Post ID: #555243 - in reply to #555189
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On behalf of Buzz:

26,068

12th min

3-1 City

Yaya

14 goals
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12 September 2015 09:26 Post ID: #555247 - in reply to #555189
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1) 24,725
2) 26th
3) Crystal Palace 1 City 2
4) Aguero
5) 13 Goals

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12 September 2015 11:06 Post ID: #555250 - in reply to #555189
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46 mins
0-2
Kun
11 goals
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14 September 2015 15:41 Post ID: #555478 - in reply to #555189
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Attendance 25,167
Rising 5
Citizhun 3
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Goal 90
Citizhun 5
M/crEZCity 3
Colin is the King 1
   
Scorer Iheanacho
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Score 0-1
Cochise 1
Colin is the King 1
Fifthcolumnblue 1
Buzz Lightyear 1
Johnny Baguette 1
Skoorb 1
Rising 1
M/crEZCity 1
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Bonus 8 goals
M/crEZCity 5
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