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West Ham vs Crystal Palace, EPL 16

West Ham are back on track.

West Ham vs Crystal Palace, EPL 16

West Ham are back on track. Defeating Cardiff last week was truly outstanding and it was done in style. The team managed to secure 3 points while allowing Cardiff to score once on their own. But the game was concluded and the team lost. Now, West Ham has to repeat this feat yet another time – against Crystal Palace. Can it do it? We think so!

Watch West Ham vs Crystal Palace, EPL 16

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Odds and Chances – Who Will Win?


We are big fans of West Ham. They have been demonstrating an outstanding play time and again. Yes, they may still be called minnows by EPL standards, but the team has established itself commanding a solid fan base from across the world.

They are quite capable of overcoming any opponent and this does them credit. If you are looking to pick up a team to back, you should definitely go with West Ham. Their opponents from Crystal Palace are not weak by any stretch. But they are not quite able to compete with some of the more determined teams in the championship just yet.

It’s quite understandable why the majority of teams would be worried to face West Ham. They are quiet but quite the challenging opponents, which means that you can’t really underestimate them. But they are also quite nondescript, which means that you can’t get a proper read on West Ham, and that’s what worries opponents.

Saturday 3pm

Venue London Stadium

Last season West Ham 1 Crystal Palace 1

Referee Anthony Taylor

This season G14 Y43 R0 3.07 cards/game

Odds H 13-10 A 27-11 D 12-5


Subs from Adrián, Trott, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Obiang, Coventry, Powell, Diangana, Antonio, Carroll, Holland

Injured Wilshere (ankle, 15 Dec), Arnautovic (hamstring), Reid (knee, both Jan), Sánchez (knee), Yarmolenko (achilles, both Apr), Fredericks (ankle, unknown), Lanzini (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y32 R1


Leading scorers Arnautovic, Felipe Anderson 5


Subs from Guaita, Speroni, Souaré, Ward, Dann, Puncheon, Kelly, Schlupp, Kelly, Riedewald, Kaikai, Williams, Ayew, Sørloth, Wickham

Doubtful Dann, Wickham (both match fitness)

Injured Benteke (knee, Jan)

Suspended None

Discipline Y26 R1


Leading scorers Milivojevic, Zaha 3

Our Final Thoughts


A victory for Crystal Palace is quite improbable here.  We’re not in the habit of dealing in absolutely, but we can say with a fair degree of certainty that Crystal Palace will not be able to keep the pace with West Ham. It’s the nature of West Ham. They are quick on the offensive and adamant on the defensive.

You cannot really tackle them and their towering defenses have been known to give, but just. In other words, it takes really good teams to penetrate the defences of West Ham, and even when they do, the team usually loses with just a point difference, which just goes to show how accomplished they are as a squad.