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January 18 2022 4.00pm

West Ham United v Palace

Boleyn Ground, Saturday 12.45pm

Marouane Chamakh (Photo: Andy Roberts)

Marouane Chamakh (Photo: Andy Roberts)

Team news

Crystal Palace have a striker problem with Fraizer Campbell, Yaya Sanogo and Marouane Chamakh all out with with hamstring problems. Dwight Gayle, Glenn Murray and Shola Ameobi will fight it out for places up top. Midfielders Jonny Williams (groin) and Jerome Thomas (knock) are also sidelined.

Eagles skipper Mile Jedinak has recovered from a sore ankle and might start his first game under manager Alan Pardew. He is boosted by the return of James McArthur (thigh).

West Ham forward Nene is set to make his Hammers debut with Andy Carroll (knee) and Carlton Cole (hamstring) injured. Midfielder Morgan Amalfitano is suspended.

West Ham (from): Adrian, Jaaskelainen, Cresswell, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Collins, O'Brien, Noble, Poyet, Song, Kouyate, Nolan, Downing, Jarvis, Nene, Sakho, Valencia.

Palace (from): Speroni, Hennessey, Ward, Kelly, Mariappa, Hangeland, Souare, Dann, Delaney, Bannan, Guedioura, Jedinak, Mutch, McArthur, Ledley, Puncheon, Zaha, Bolasie, Gayle, Murray, Ameobi.

Quotes

Roy Hodgson

"Are West Ham a model club for a team like us? Of course, the problem at Palace is the history, it's a yo-yo club. The second year in the Premier League, this is the toughest year.

"In the first year after promotion, you can get by with this sheer excitement and adrenaline that being in the Premier League can provide.

"In the second year that kind of runs out and you then are leaning on what you have in the building in terms of quality. We're hoping we've got enough in the building to overcome that second year.

"It's a very, very difficult thing to do but once you've done that, you can stabilise if you buy and trade well. Stoke, West Ham, Southampton, Newcastle - they've all done that in recent years.

"It's still special going back and I have still got some staff and ex-players who are still there. And obviously there is the connection from Newcastle now with Kevin (Nolan) and Andy (Carroll).

"I just think Upton Park is a great stadium for football - the atmosphere and the way the crowd get involved in the game, it is a bit like what we have here. It is an emotional ground.

"I hope they will be able to transfer that to the Olympic Stadium - I think that is going to be important to West Ham. They are going to get more revenue from moving but what they can't lose is that special kind of atmosphere that you can create there. There were some magic nights."


West Ham United - league stats

Position Played Won Drawn Lost Points
8th 26 10 9 7 39

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Last five results

Date Type Home Team Score Away Team  
23/08/2014 League Crystal Palace 1 - 3 West Ham United loss
19/04/2014 League West Ham United 0 - 1 Crystal Palace win
03/12/2013 League Crystal Palace 1 - 0 West Ham United win
25/02/2012 League West Ham United 0 - 0 Crystal Palace draw
01/10/2011 League Crystal Palace 2 - 2 West Ham United draw

All time results


Last meeting

Palace 1-3 West Ham United

Saturday August 23 2014

Palace: Speroni, Hangeland, Ward, Kelly, Delaney, O'Keefe (Murray, 83), Bolasie, Bannan (Williams, 71), Jedinak, Chamakh, Campbell (D Gayle, 70)

Subs not used: Guedioura, Hennessey, McCarthy, Mariappa

Goals: Chamakh (48)

Bookings: Jedinak

West Ham United: Adrian, O'Brien, Reid, Tomkins, Cresswell, Downing (Diame, 89), Vaz Te, Noble, Zarate (Poyet, 83), Kouyate, Cole (Sakho, 68)

Subs not used: Morrison, Demel, Valencia, Jaaskelainen

Goals: Zarate (34), Downing (37), Cole (62)

Bookings: Reid, Tomkins, O'Brien

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