West Ham vs Crystal Palace Match Info
Match date: 5th October 2019
Kick-Off: 5:30 pm
Stadium: London Stadium, London
West Ham vs Crystal Palace Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
9 Feb 2019 Crystal Palace 1 – 1 West Ham United
8 Dec 2018 West Ham United 3 – 2 Crystal Palace
30 Jan 2018 West Ham United 1 – 1 Crystal Palace
Matches played: 31
West Ham wins: 13
Crystal Palace wins: 7
West Ham vs Crystal Palace Stats
- West Ham struggled for consistency, especially on the road
- Crystal Palace come into the match with a 2-0 home win over Norwich behind them
- Hammers haven’t seen a loss to Crystal Palace since 2015
West Ham vs Crystal Palace Match Preview
West Ham have seen a thrashing League Cup exit in the hands of Oxford United (4-0) and seemingly struggled to bounce back quickly, now hosting Crystal Place with a 2-2 draw at Bournemouth behind them – where they took the lead early on but only Aaron Cresswell’s 74’ equalizer saved them a point in the end.
Hammers have been more confident in front of the home fans and will surely hope this can help them to bounce to the winning ways ahead of the International break. They’ve beaten Norwich (2-0) and Man United (2-0) in rather narrow clashes here and kept clean sheets on both occasions, which should have them in a good shape.
Crystal Palace ended a two-match winless streak of their own with a 2-0 win over Norwich, where Luka Milivojevic opened the scoresheet from the spot and Andros Townsend added one in stoppage time. They’ve struggled for such goalscoring consistency on the road, though, and this could be more worrying for Roy Hodgson.
Eagles failed to find the net at all in two of their three trips so far, falling victims to Sheffield United (1-0), Tottenham (4-0), and beating Man United (1-2) in the process with a stoppage-time winner from Patrick van Aanholt. We thus don’t really feel they’re out of the woods and it does seem they have a lot to prove.
We feel West Ham will be able to put on another solid display on the day, though, and we’ll now back them to turn another rather narrow contest looming their way – with a Home win priced at Evens with Paddy Power.
We hope to see few goals and a lot could depend on the Hammers’ defensive setup apparently without Lukasz Fabianski who will be out for three months after his injury in Bournemouth. We feel they’ll be able to keep it together, though, and we’ll go for them to keep a clean sheet at 15/8 with .
West Ham vs Crystal Palace Betting Tips
West Ham to win @ Evens with Paddy Power
West Ham to keep a clean sheet @ 15/8 with
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