A former Eagles player himself, the Magpies boss is expecting a tough game against Tony Pulis' side, who have won two of their last three and are only a point adrift of safetyNewcastle United manager Alan Pardew believes his side will face a difficult clash against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
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However, Palace have undergone a revival under new boss Tony Pulis and are a mere point adrift of safety.
And former Palace player Pardew is expecting a tough game against the club he helped reach the FA Cup final in 1990.
"Tony plays a brand of football that's tough to play against - physical, demanding and, at times, direct," he said.
"You need to be able to stand up and be counted in that manner.
"All his teams have tested better teams than us on that level and won. But, for us, it's about how we are playing, and we are playing really well at the minute.
"We need to bring that to Selhurst Park and if we can do that, then they won't get it all their own way and hopefully we can get three points."