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After the disappointment of Wednesday nights defeat at Newcastle another test of the teams' character will take place in South London tomorrow against Crystal Palace.

For the Sky Blues to confirm their progress this season to the heady heights of the top ten in the Championship a decent result at Selhurst Park is required. After the very good home win over Nottingham Forest it was positive to see City grind out a win against QPR when not playing well and it is this mental strength that will be needed at 3pm tomorrow.

With on loan Leon Barnett suspended, the Sky Blues wait on the fitness of James McPake and also David Bell but with the squad now at it's srongest since Chris Colemans' arrival it will be another interesting team selection.

After being put into administration by a company called Agilo over a £5.1 million debt and losing ten points, Palace will be needing the points badly so they can move away from the last three places, so it should be a very interesting contest.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Friday February 19 2010
Time: 10:05AM

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