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Manchester City vs. Crystal Palace 2017 live stream: Start time, TV listings and how to watch Premier League online

City really need a victory today, and you really need to watch

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The race for a top-four finish in the Premier League is heating up, and four teams are battling for two spots that will guarantee them a place in the Champions League next season.

Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal will go until the last day, and City have a giant opportunity to win the race with three consecutive home matches against teams that have very little to fight for in the end of this season.

The first of these three games is against Crystal Palace, who will escape relegation but can still be dragged back into the race, so Sam Allardyce will be looking for three points as soon as possible. Palace beat Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool in recent weeks, and they'll look to get another shocking result in Manchester.

Pep Guardiola and his men have won just half of their home games this season, but those results don't matter anymore. Nine points from the next three matches is the only acceptable outcome for City, and they must get the job done to ensure that the process of rebuilding the squad will include Champions League football to attract new players.

City really need a victory today, and you really need to watch. It's very early on a Saturday, but Pep's boys need all the support they can get. Don't miss it!


MATCH INFORMATION

Date/Time: Saturday, April 6, 2017, 12:30pm BST (UK), 7:30am ET, 4:30am PT (USA), 5pm IST (India)

Venue: Etihad Stadium, Manchester, England

Referee: Michael Oliver

HOW TO WATCH, STREAM PREMIER LEAGUE

Television: Sky Sports 1 (UK), NBCSN (USA), SuperSport 3 (Africa), TSN1 (Canada), Star Sports Select HD1 (India), elsewhere

Online streaming: Sky GO (UK), NBC Sports Live (USA), FuboTV (USA, 7-day free trial + monthly subscription, click here to sign up), elsewhere