Since drawing 1-1 to Tottenham back in August, West Ham have won each of their last six home games across all competitions and will be hoping to continue the run against a Palace side that are winless in their last seven Premier League away games (D4 L3). The Hammers are unbeaten in their last four Premier League games against Crystal Palace (W2 D2) and are looking to win consecutive meetings with the Eagles for the first time since January 2017.
After losing their first two Premier League away games against West Ham in 1994 and 1997, Crystal Palace have lost just two of their subsequent nine top-flight visits to face the Hammers (W3 D4), whilst no team has won more Premier League games after conceding the first goal than Crystal Palace this season, with the Eagles winning three of their five games when doing so (L2). However, Patrick Vieira’s side have won just one of their five games when opening the scoring so far this term (D2 L2).
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West Ham vs Crystal Palace: Match Stats
Both teams have scored in each of the last 10 Premier League meetings between West Ham and Crystal Palace, the longest current run in the competition. The team scoring first has gone on to win just one of these 10 matches (D5 L4), with West Ham winning 3-2 at Selhurst Park last season. There have been 14 goals scored in the last three matches between West Ham and Palace, with over 3.5 goals landing each time.
Thilo Kehrer has made 12 tackles in his three Premier League matches when he has started right-back, including six last time out against Manchester United. He will come up against Wilfried Zaha who has attempted more dribbles (60) than any other player in the Premier League this season (58) and has also been fouled more often than anyone else (36).