When? Tuesday 30th January, 19:45 (UK)
Where? London Stadium
What channel is it on? West Ham vs Crystal Palace will not be televised live in the UK
Are tickets still available?
Crystal Palace – SOLD OUT
Where can I stream the match? N/A
Last five meetings: West Ham W3, D2
Premier League meetings: West Ham W6, Crystal Palace W4, D3
All-time meetings: West Ham W22, Crystal Palace W14, D19
Predicted line-up: Adrian; Collins, Ogbonna, Rice; Zabaleta, Kouyate, Noble, Joao Mario, Cresswell; Hernandez, Ayew
Unavailable: Fonte (Injured), Fernandes (Injured), Carroll (Injured), Masuaku (Suspended), Arnautovic (Injured), Lanzini (Injured), Obiang (Injured)
Doubtful: Kouyate (Injured), Ayew (Injured), Antonio (Injured), Noble (Injured), Reid (Injured)
Predicted line-up: Hennessey; Fosu-Mensah, Kelly, Tomkins, Van Aanholt; McArthur, Milivojevic, Riedewald, Sako; Zaha; Benteke
Unavailable: Wickham (Injured), Sakho (Injured), Dann (Injured), Schlupp (Injured), Puncheon (Injured), Loftus-Cheek (Injured), Cabaye (Injured)
What a difference a change of manager can make - a statement that rings true for West Ham and Crystal Palace this season, as both David Moyes and Roy Hodgson have revived the fortunes of their respective clubs, putting daylight between themselves and the relegation zone. Although the two managers will be looking for maximum points, there shouldn't be too many complaints should this one end in a draw.
These two sides met at the London Stadium just over a year ago and it was the Hammers who earned local bragging rights thanks to a comfortable 3-0 win. The deadlock was not broken until the 68th minute, but once West Ham went in front they never looked back as they eased to victory with two more goals before the final whistle.