Title-chasing Manchester City are the visitors to Selhurst Park this afternoon as Crystal Palace look to extend their five-match winning run in the Barclays Premier League – and we reflect on the Eagles record-breaking streak in today’s matchday programme.
We take a look back at our memorable victories over Cardiff City, Aston Villa and Everton which took us to that magic 40-point mark – and the scorer of that vital winning goal at Goodison Park, Cameron Jerome, is our cover star today.
The on-loan Stoke City man discusses how much he has enjoyed working under Tony Pulis again and admits that he would love to join Palace on a permanent basis this summer, should the opportunity arise.
We also catch up with Glenn Murray, who looks back on his 100 appearances in red and blue and struggles to pick out his number one memory from his three years at Selhurst Park.
BBC commentator Jonathan Pearce is the guest columnist in the latest edition of our ‘From the Press Box’ series, as he heaps praise on the remarkable job done by Tony Pulis this season.
Those sentiments are echoed by Mark Bright in his regular column ‘Mark My Words’, while the manager himself reveals his plans for the future in ‘From the Touchline.’
Club historian Ian King turns back the clock to look at players who have represented both Palace and Manchester City in the past, while there’s our regular 11-page look at the Citizens’ current squad.
With all this and a whole lot more to look forward to in the latest edition of the award-winning Palace Programme, make sure you pick up your copy from around the ground today for just £3.50!