• 23 Aug 2014, Kick Off 3:00pm
  • Ref: Mark Clattenburg
  • Competition: Premier League
  • Selhurst Park, London
Crystal Palace
1
3
West Ham United
48' Marouane Chamakh
 
Result
62' Carlton Cole
37' Stewart Downing
34' Mauro Zárate
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    • 1Speroni
    • 34Kelly
    • 4Hangeland
    • 27Delaney
    • 2Ward
    • 25Bannan
    • 28Ledley
    • 15Jedinak
    • 7Bolasie
    • 29Chamakh
    • 10Campbell
    • 13Adrián
    • 17O'Brien
    • 2Reid
    • 5Tomkins
    • 3Cresswell
    • 8Kouyaté
    • 16Noble
    • 11Downing
    • 10Zárate
    • 12Vaz Te
    • 24Carlton Cole
    • 12O'Keefe
    • 3Mariappa
    • 20Williams
    • 17Murray
    • 13Hennessey
    • 16Gayle
    • 5McCarthy
    • 8Guédioura
    • 21Diamé
    • 15Sakho
    • 14Morrison
    • 22Jääskeläinen
    • 23Poyet
    • 20Demel
    • 31Valencia

    Crystal Palace

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-1-1
    • 1 J. Speroni
    • 34 M. Kelly
    • 4 B. Hangeland
    • 27 D. Delaney
    • 2 J. Ward
    • 25 B. Bannan (Williams '71)
    • 28 J. Ledley
    • 15 M. Jedinak
    • 7 Y. Bolasie
    • 29 M. Chamakh
    • 10 F. Campbell (Gayle '70)

    West Ham United

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 13 A. San Miguel del Castillo
    • 17 J. O'Brien
    • 2 W. Reid
    • 5 J. Tomkins
    • 3 A. Cresswell
    • 8 C. Kouyaté
    • 16 M. Noble
    • 11 S. Downing (Diamé '90)
    • 10 M. Zárate (Poyet '83)
    • 12 R. Vaz Te
    • 24 C. Cole (Sakho '68)
    Substitutes
    • 12 S. O'Keefe
    • 3 A. Mariappa
    • 20 J. Williams
    • 17 G. Murray
    • 13 W. Hennessey
    • 16 D. Gayle
    • 5 P. McCarthy
    • 8 A. Guédioura
    Substitutes
    • 21 M. Diamé
    • 15 D. Sakho
    • 14 R. Morrison
    • 22 J. Jääskeläinen
    • 23 D. Poyet
    • 20 G. Demel
    • 31 E. Valencia
    • 1 Goals 3
    • 0 First Half Goals 2
    • 4 Shots On Target 8
    • 3 Shots Off Target 4
    • 0 Hit Woodwork 1
    • 1 Yellow Cards 3
    • 14 Fouls 11
    • 1 Offsides 3
    • 45.9 Possession % 54.1
    • 378 Total Passes 454
    • 275 Accurate Passes 355
    • 22 Crosses 20
    • 5 Accurate Crosses 7
    • 6 Corners 9
    • 26 Tackles Won 17
    • 29 Total Tackles 23
    • 5 Blocks 2
    • 2 Blocked Scoring Attempts 5
    • 13 Interceptions 15
    • 23 Clearances 36
    • 23 Effective Clearances 36
    • 16 Headed Clearances 25
    • 5 Keeper Saves 3
    • 2 Keeper Throws 1
    • 2 Accurate Keeper Throws 1
    • 4 Goal Kicks 4
    • 1 Accurate Goal Kicks 2

    Premier League LIVE – Crystal Palace Vs. West Ham

    Probable Lineups…

    Crystal Palace West HamCrystal Palace (4-4-1-1): Speroni, Kelly, Hangeland, Delaney, Ward, Bannan, Ledley, Jedinak, Bolasie, Chamakh Campbell

    Crystal Palace were rocked when last season’s Premier League Manager of the Year Tony Pullis left the club last week, two days before their first game against Arsenal in London. However the Eagles did fight superbly, until a late Aaron Ramsey tap-in gave the Gunners all three points. Before the goal, however, Jason Puncheon was sent off and will miss Palace’s clash against West Ham, with Barry Bannan expected to deputize on the right. Scott Dann is also a doubt after limping off at the Emirates.

    West Ham United (4-2-3-1): Adrian, Cresswell, Tomkins, Reid, Demel, Kouyate, Nobile, Vaz Te, Noble, Downing, Cole

    West Ham should have taken advantage last weekend against Tottenham Hotspur, who had Kyle Naughton sent off for a hand-ball inside the box. However Mark Nobile missed the resulting penalty, before the heated game also saw Hammers centre-back James Collins see red. James Tomkins should be Collins’ replacement, with Demel moving to the right. The game could see the Premier League debut for new signing Enner Valencia, but Carlton Cole is expected to start ahead of the Ecuadorian World Cup ace.

     

    What the fans are saying…

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    West Ham and Crystal Palace were playing out an entertaining 2-2 draw at Upton Park, before all the floodlights went off after Frank Lampard’s goal!

    Stats to get your head around…

    Crystal Palace vs. West Ham United: An Alternative Preview

    Three of the last five Barclays Premier League meetings between Palace and West Ham have ended as 1-0 wins for the Eagles.

    West Ham claimed one win from five London derbies away from home last season (D1 L3).

    After going three entire Premier League seasons (97 games) without a goal, Brede Hangeland scored on his PL debut for Crystal Palace.

    Marouane Chamakh conceded 11 fouls on the opening weekend of the season, more than 10 of the 20 Premier League teams did in total.

    Palace conceded twice from set-pieces in their opening game, one more than they did in the whole of Tony Pulis' regime (excludes penalties).

    Palace (7) scored fewer goals in London derbies than any other Premier League capital club last season.

    West Ham haven't lost their opening two Premier League games since 2010/11, a season in which they were relegated from the division.

    Palace have had fewer shots than any other Premier League team this season (2).

    Keith Millen has taken only four points in five games as temporary manager of Crystal Palace in the Premier League.

    Palace have conceded at least two goals in each of their last four Premier League games after conceding only five times in the previous nine.