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In 21 seasons as a manager Tony Pulis has never been relegated. Keeping that enviable record intact looked a tall order when the Welshman began his reign at Crystal Palace with a 1-0 defeat at Norwich on the eve of advent.
Coupled with a recent seven-match losing streak, it left the Eagles marooned at the bottom of the table on seven points with confidence in short supply. But since then Pulis has galvanised his squad and the players have responded well, playing with resilience and energy. Improved performances yielded three wins in the next half a dozen matches elevating Palace out the drop zone.
If it wasn't for a 'man of the match' performance by England goalkeeper Joe Hart on Saturday, the Eagles might even have become the first visiting side to smuggle a point at title-chasing Manchester City.
Norwich will be looking for a new year tonic after back-to-back home defeats and a winless run of four matches. The Canaries will be glancing nervously over their shoulder, and likeable manager Chris Hughton is once again craving some consistency in a stuttering campaign.
Despite summer investment in excess of £20m, Norwich are six points worse off than at the midway mark last season.
It hasn't helped that they have yet to see the best of record-signing Ricky van Wolfswinkel, who is now fit after two months recovering from a toe injury.
However, the Dutchman's absence has coincided with Gary Hooper discovering the goal-scoring prowess that made the 25-year-old so prolific at Celtic. Norwich will also take heart from Saturday's enterprising first-half performance against Manchester United.
This match has all the characteristics of a six-pointer, particularly as the bottom 10 clubs are separated by just seven points.
A win for rejuvenated Crystal Palace would see them leapfrog Norwich on goal difference and climb further clear of the relegation zone.
But victory for Norwich will lift the Canaries towards mid-table and suddenly Palace would be back in hot water with four defeats in five matches.

Norwich have failed to win their last 13 games away to Crystal Palace (D4, L9).
Their last victory away to Palace was a 1-0 win in a second-tier match on 5 May 1996 courtesy of a David Hopkin own goal.

Crystal Palace
Palace have lost three of their last four league games, scoring just twice.
They have managed just seven league goals at home this season, the joint lowest tally in the top flight (with Aston Villa).
The Eagles made 11 blocks against Manchester City, more than any other Premier League side at the weekend.

Norwich City
A defeat would mean the Canaries lose three successive league games for the first time this season.
That would be their worst top-flight run since a four-match losing streak between 22 December 2012 and 1 January 2013.
Norwich have kept clean sheets in their last two away league games.

Competition: Premier League  
Match: Crystal Palace V Norwich City     
Date: Wednesday 1st January 2014
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Selhurst Park    
Live/Repeat: Live

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