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The Welsh outfit are reported to have spoken to the Premier League about the Eagles' conduct, alleging that their teamsheet was leaked ahead of the recent 3-0 defeat

Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis insists Cardiff City's "disappointing" complaints will not overshadow their likely Premier League survival.

Cardiff are reported to have spoken to the Premier League about Palace's conduct, alleging that their teamsheet was leaked ahead of a 3-0 home defeat against the London club earlier this month.

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Wednesday's 3-2 victory at Champions League-chasing Everton was Palace's fourth in a row and saw them reach the 40-point mark and Pulis is keen to concentrate on his side's survival chances than off-field concerns.

"Cardiff [will do] whatever they've got to do. It's been disappointing that they've been dropping stuff out to the press," Pulis told reporters.

"If we have to go up and meet the Premier League or whoever it is that we have to meet, then we'll do it in the right and proper manner. We won't do it any other way. I think that's important.

"As a manager and as a coach, I log every session that I do. And I'll be taking those sessions up to the Premier League to show that I picked my team on Monday before we played Cardiff on the Saturday.

"That team was worked with for a week and there was no changes in it whatsoever. I don't want to go into it [further]. I think the important thing is that we talk about other things. It's been such a great achievement.

"We've managed to bring this club together. The supporters, the atmosphere, the people in the boardroom, whether you've been a young supporter or an older supporter, everybody has come together as one.

"The players have really taken on board what we've tried to do. You can lead horses to water but you need them then to drink the water. And they've done that. They've been absolutely fantastic."

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