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Everything you need to know: Palace v West Ham

The Hammers take on Crystal Palace on Saturday in a game that they really need to win.

David Moyes’ side got back to winning ways against Watford over the festive period but to keep the pressure on the top four, the Hammers simply need to keep picking up three points whenever they can.

Here’s everything you need to know!

Title

Crystal Palace v West Ham United – Premier League.

Where?

The game will take place at Selhurst Park.

KO

The game will kick off at 5:30pm in the UK on Saturday.

Stream/TV

The game will air live on Sky Sports in the UK.

The match will be aired elsewhere in the world too with a full list HERE and will be available on internet streams

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Injury news – West Ham

Angelo Ogbonna and Kurt Zouma are injured, as is Aaron Cresswell. Pablo Fornals is a doubt after testing positive for Covid.

Injury news – Palace

James McArthur is out, as is defender Joachim Andersen. Eberechi Eze, Michael Olise, and Nathaniel Clyne are all out, while Conor Gallagher faces a late fitness test.

Last five meetings

The Hammers have only won of their last five games against Palace, in January of last season. The other four games have ended in two defeats and two draws.

Match Officials

Michael Oliver will be the referee.

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

2 comments on “Everything you need to know: Palace v West Ham

  1. You guys obviously don’t read the comments at all. I wrote a few weeks ago to tell you that the ONLY place you can watch the Premier League in Australia is on OPTUS SPORT. I should know, I live here!

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