Antonio Conte is likely to start those players that were rested in midweek while players such as Gary Cahill who played the full 90 minutes may not start.
As more matches are played, we'll learn more and be in a better position to say which teams have what it takes to win the the title and which don't.
He was then questioned on how his former club, Liverpool, would fare, to which he responded: 'Fourth'. Every team plays every team twice, home and away.
The Premier League has defended its record in improving facilities for disabled supporters, after claims a number of clubs in the top division are failing to meet their own targets.
However, the tournament has always been seen as secondary to the FA Cup in England, and its importance has gradually diminished over the last two decades as the top sides started to rest their key players until the latter stages. Scholes said that City have been the most "entertaining" team in the league so far.
Holding onto Coutinho is proving to be a wise decision for Liverpool
They are without a win in their last four outings but their last home game delivered an impressive 2-2 draw against in-form Manchester United.
"We missed him when he was injured after just three or four games".
"After the first few matches it does seem like they now have a squad capable of winning the league", said Scholes here on the sidelines of Premier Futsal.
Palace will be a good test of City's revised attacking shape. But Conte confirmed that it would not affect the Frenchman's involvement in Saturday's game at the Bet365 Stadium. They have scored nine league goals between them already.
Hughes occasionally deployed Johnson in his central three last season, while experimenting with his formation.
As for United, they are undergoing construction work to make Old Trafford more inclusive for disabled supporters.
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