Pardew believes Pellegrini will seek to turnon the style in his top-flight debut, but is convinced the occasion can serve as an ideal opportunity for his own side to make their mark.
Pardew said: "Pellegrini's style is not too different to Roberto Mancini but I think there is more of an emphasis on being forward-thinking, and they will look to put more pressure on us when we have got the ball.
"We need to take care but the ideal scenario is to get a result of some kind, and I think we've got the players to do it. We've got some fabulous players and we've got an opportunity, and hopefully we can take it.
"It's a psychological game for us in terms of putting ourselves in the minds of everybody with a really strong performance and hopefully we'll get some points out of it."
Pardew's frustrating summer in the transfer market is in sharp contrast to Pellegrini's multi-million pound spending spree, with his only new boy, striker Loic Remy, ruled out through injury.
But Pardew is adamant his side can put the memory of last season's poor campaign behind them and regain the form that saw them sweep to fifth place in the previous campaign.
Pardew added: "There is always that special feeling when the Premier League is kicking off and I think we've worked hard on pre-season and got the group in fantastic condition.
"What I do know is the guys are fitter than they've ever been under my management and they're ready to go.
"Last year was difficult for us not only with the extra games but also because it was compounded by an injury crisis. We will be better armed next time we go into Europe, and that's where we want to play."
Apart from Remy, who faces another two weeks on the sidelines with a calf injury, Pardew does not expect to face any new injury concerns, with Jonas Gutierrez in the frame after a quick recovery from a hamstring complaint.