Crystal Palace vs West Ham Match Info
Match date: 9thFebruary 2019
Kick-Off: 3.00pm GMT
Stadium: Selhurst Park, London
Crystal Palace vs West Ham Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
8 Dec 2018 West Ham United 3 – 2 Crystal Palace
30 Jan 2018 West Ham United 1 – 1 Crystal Palace
28 Oct 2017 Crystal Palace 2 – 2 West Ham United
Matches played: 30
Crystal Palace wins: 7
West Ham wins: 13
Crystal Palace vs West Ham Stats
- Crystal Palace earned three wins in their last four home outings
- West Ham have seen losses at Bournemouth (2-0), Wimbledon (4-2), and Wolves (3-0), only ending a streak with a 1-1 draw against Liverpool
- Eagles haven’t beaten the Hammers since February 2015, with four losses and three draws seen in last seven head-to-head clashes
Crystal Palace vs West Ham Match Preview
West Ham ended a three-match losing streak, where they crashed out of FA Cup in the hands of Wimbledon (4-2) and dropped the points to Bournemouth (2-0) and Wolves (3-0), as they held off Liverpool (1-1) and now travel to Selhurst Park in hope they can build on the performance.
Hammers have struggled for consistency at the back but looked cool and sharp against the pace-setters, which should have Manuel Pellegrini hopeful his men can take the positives – finally getting anything from their games on the road after four consecutive losses since late December.
Crystal Palace have picked it up lately and we’ve seen them beat Tottenham (2-0 in FA Cup), hold Southampton to a 1-1 draw at St. Mary’s, and most recently beat Fulham (2-0) with goals from Milivojevic and Schlupp – to finally escape the immediate danger zone.
Eagles have thus proven themselves a very tough side to beat at this ground and we’ll surely see another great challenge on the day, despite seeing West Ham riding the high after denying Liverpool the points at London Stadium – and not beating the visitors since February 2015.
We will thus back Crystal Palace to build on their fine streak of recent and we’ll go for a Home win here at 11/10 with BetVictor, hoping to see them capitalize on the Hammers’ woes on the road.
However, we feel they’ll have to base such success on another rock-solid display at the back before anything else and with that in mind, we’ll now also stick with a No on Both teams to score – which comes at an enticing 11/10 with Grosvenor.
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