Saturday Barclays Premiership football West Ham vs Crystal Palace London Derby - Lets

With the English Premiership season drawing to a close Leicester City have secured their lead with tactical one to nil victories at home and away. Leaving Tottenham Hotspur left back wondering what might have been: just weeks before when they where two points a drift of the now mighty Leicester City. Who derailed their plans for the title, a defeat to West Ham might have had something to do with it.

West Ham are 5th in the Premier League and just one point behind Man City who are in the coveted 4th spot to secure Champions League football. There’s going to be some action for the 4th spot.

Saturday, 2 April, 15:00
Boleyn Ground


West HamWest Ham






Crystal Palace Crystal Palace


West Ham should be hungry for goals in this match, but, their work might be cut out for them trying to achieve 4th position as Man City are playing a lowly 13th placed Bournemouth at the same time.
Crystal Palace lost one goal to three when they played West Ham at Selhurst Park October 2015, now, arguably West Ham have more at stake.

Match facts

Matches between West Ham and Crystal palace tend to produce lots of goals, making an exciting match to watch live or on TV.
Despite some strong performances from West Ham recently, viz, drawing against a rejuvenated (under Gus Hiddink) Chelsea and beating Tottenham Hotspur, over the last nine games both teams have won an equal number of times and drawn just one time.
Crystal Place have have had a poor record in London Derby’s against The Hammers.

West Ham’s Premiership form
Crystal Palace’s Premiership form LLDLLD

Will Crystal Palace deny West Ham’s ambitions for Champions League football? That may possibly be more down to how Bournemouth play against Man City, but, you decide.

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