That game kicks-off just minutes after the final whistle at Selhurst Park, making it all the more vital that City land a psychological blow by going back to the top of the table against Palace.
"We made a decision to play a different type of game but, in general, the game was really, really good".
"Sometimes it doesn't work that well, because the competition is tough and the opponents are good". "We lost two games in the last 23 matches". We didn't want to concede a counter-attack, where they are stronger than us. They can punish us.
"We thought of more of a low game, with more passes and more control to attack in the right moment".
"But in general, the game was really good".
After Palace, City host Tottenham twice in four days in the second leg of their Champions League tie and the Premier League.
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Manchester City's quest for an unprecedented quadruple leaves Pep Guardiola with a perilous balancing act for tomorrow's trip to a Crystal Palace side that know how to shock the Premier League champions.
"I think I do not agree with him, absolutely not", he said. "There are games when we concede a goal and we are not there but in this case we conceded a goal and nothing happened". Ilkay can say whatever he wants. We reacted quite well, we were mentally strong and the team was stable.
'We don't care about who can win the title, we'll go there and try to win the game, ' Hazard told the BBC (via Metro).
The midfielder felt it was in keeping with other "nervous" Champions League displays that mean City are not yet a "big team".
Palace enter Sunday's game 11 points clear of 18th place Cardiff City and are probably safe from relegation this season.
Guardiola is wary of the threat Roy Hodgson's side will pose, warning: "We knew it from weeks ago - Selhurst Park is always hard; not just for the stadium but the quality of players they have".