Liverpool would take advantage of City's stumble, while Palace would take advantage of the chaos to move up the table.
Jordan Ayew is back after the Ghana national team were knocked out of the Africa Cup. However, key starters Wilfried Zaha and Cheikhou Kouyate are still unavailable as they are still in the Africa Cup, while James Tomkins and James McArthur remain injured.
Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Naby Keita are unavailable, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joel Matip are questionable.
Klopp has done a pretty good job of filling in the gaps, with Minamino, Jota and Fabinho now posing a real threat to the opposition goal. Statistics do not favour the home side, as the last time Palace managed to beat their current opponents was in 2014. Pool played an intense match against Arsenal in midweek, which could have an impact on the team's performance today.
In the last 8 games between these two teams, there has always been a goal at half time, so I'll stay on this line and my bet is over 1.0 goal.