Back from the international break, and the fixture list has brought together two teams in contrasting form.
Both ends of the scale
In contrast, West Ham had a much better second half of last season compared to the Eagles, however they currently on a run of five games without a win, and that included four straight defeats.
What the managers have said
Palace manager Alan Pardew had his say on West Ham's poor form and Slaven Bilic, saying "he's an experienced manager" and "he'll know how to deal with it (the current poor form)."
Bilic himself believes that his side can use Palace as inspiration to improve their results, as they have turned their own form around, and "probably didn't want the (international) break."
Palace manager Pardew has revealed defender Scott Dann will be missing this weekend due to a hamstring injury, however he should be available next week for the game against Leicester City.
The home side will still be without full-back Pape Souare and striker Loic Remy, who are both out long-term.
West Ham will welcome back defender Aaron Cresswell for the first time this season, as he has now fully recovered from a knee injury.
Havard Nordtveit and Jonathan Calleri are fit to play, but Gokhan Tore, Arthur Masuaku, Diafra Sakho, Andy Carroll, Sam Byram and Andre Ayew are all still unavailable.
A win for Palace on Saturday evening would see them equal their best ever run of Premier League victories in a row, 6. West Ham will be hoping to be more solid defensively this weekend, after conceding 17 goals already this season, the most in the division.
Crystal Palace: Mandanda; Ward, Tomkins, Delaney, Kelly; McArthur, Cabaye; Zaha, Puncheon, Townsend; Benteke.
West Ham United: Adrian; Arbeloa, Reid, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Obiang, Noble, Kouyate; Antonio, Zaza, Payet.