As it happened: West Ham United 1-1 Crystal Palace
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22:57a month ago

Final-Time: West Ham United 1-1 Crystal Palace

Game done, points shared.

Sebastien Haller and Christian Benteke with the goals as the latter got sent off in the 71st minute.

Haller with a GOTY contender of an overhead kick to grab one point from the game. 
22:52a month ago
92' Declan Rice just sent a rocket from distance but it *just* skimmed the crossbar and got stuck in the top part of the net.

Imagine that went in.
22:50a month ago
91' Four added minutes.
22:48a month ago
90' We're closing on the final-time with the Hammers still searching for a winner.

In meantime, Andriy Yarmolenko and Robert Snodgrass replaced Jarrod Bowen and Said Benrahma.
22:34a month ago
71' And it looks like West Ham have been quite literally handed a massive boost!

Christian Benteke has been sent off with a second yellow card for an elbow on Tomas Soucek.
22:32a month ago
70' Great strike from distance by Jarrod Bowen but the winger put just a little too much power on it.

Hammers pushing for all three points.
22:18a month ago

GOAL: West Ham United 1-1 Crystal Palace

Oh. My. God. Sebastien. Haller.

I'm shaking. Literally shaking. What a goal.

I need a break now.
22:06a month ago

Second-half: West Ham United 0-1 Crystal Palace

And we're back underway!

One change at half-time, Manuel Lanzini is on for Pablo Fornals as an anonymous performance from the Spaniard comes to an early end.
21:53a month ago

Half-Time: West Ham United 0-1 Crystal Palace

And that's it for the first 45 minutes.

Christian Benteke's headed goal the only thing setting the teams apart so far.

Here's hoping for better performances in the second half.
21:46a month ago
43' That would've been some goal...

Townsend with a brilliant driving run into the box, managed to get a pass off for Benteke but his backheel effort was straight at Fabiański.

West Ham lucky to be only one goal down.
21:38a month ago

GOAL: West Ham United 0-1 Crystal Palace

Finally, something happened.

After 20 very boring minutes, Joel Ward put in a great ball which was headed into the back of the net by Benteke.

Palace lead.
21:25a month ago
22' A bit of worry for the Hammers as Cresswell looks to have rolled his ankle while trying to control the ball. 

He's now back on his feet, but that's definitely not what David Moyes wants to hear with Arthur Masuaku already sidelined.
21:17a month ago
14' And another chance for Palace as West Ham have been put on their back foot.

Cross towards Benteke was great but the ex-Liverpool striker headed wide from eight yards out.
21:15a month ago
13' Eberechi Eze with some great play and an even better ball into the box but no one was there to close it at the far post.
21:13a month ago
11' Good over the top ball from Aaron Cresswell which reached Jarrod Bowen but his touch wasn't good and Cheikhou Kouyate managed to recover well.
21:10a month ago
8' First shot towards Vincente Guita's goal, but it was high over the bar from Declan Rice.
21:02a month ago

Kick-off: West Ham United 0-0 Crystal Palace

And we're off!
20:56a month ago
Just under five minutes left until the kick-off and the players are out onto the London Stadium pitch.
20:04a month ago

Crystal Palace starting XI

Guaita; Ward, Kouyate, Dann, van Aanholt; Milivojevic (C), McArthur, Townsend, Eze; Zaha, Benteke.
20:03a month ago

West Ham United starting XI

Fabiański; Coufal, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice (C); Bowen, Fornals, Benrahma; Haller.
09:01a month ago

Where to watch West Ham vs Crystal Palace Live?

If you want to watch the game West Ham vs Crystal Palace Live on TV, your options are limited to national broadcasters and Amazon Prime Video.

If you can't, the game will be available for Amazon Prime subscribers online.

If you want to follow it on the internet, VAVEL UK is your best option!

08:56a month ago

Crystal Palace predicted lineup

Guaita; Clyne, Kouyate, Cahill, van Aanholt; Schlupp, Milivojević, McArthur, Eze; Batshuayi, Zaha.
08:51a month ago

West Ham predicted lineup

Fabiański; Coufal, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice (C); Bowen, Fornals, Benrahma; Haller.
08:46a month ago

Player to watch

Although Said Benrahma is unquestionably the man-in-form right now, there's another player who might steal his spotlight.

Wilfried Zaha, Palace's main man for the past however many years, has been yet again one of the league's best and most exciting players. The Ivorian has managed seven goals and two assists in just 10 games this season.

That's going to be one exciting matchup.
08:41a month ago

Previous encounters

Despite losing both games last season, the head-to-head record looks very positive for the Hammers. Between October 2019 and April 2014 they've lost only once, winning five and drawing four times.
08:36a month ago

Current form

The hosts, who currently sit sixth in the table, are coming into the game off a narrow 2-1 win against Premier League's newcomers, Leeds United, last Friday.

The visitors are in 12th place, just three points behind their tonight's opponents. Their last league game took place on Sunday in which was a tough-earned 1-1 draw against league leaders, Tottenham Hotspur.

08:31a month ago

Kick-off time

West Ham United v Crystal Palace will be played at the London Stadium, London, England. The kick-off is scheduled at 20:00 GMT.
08:26a month ago

Welcome

Welcome to VAVEL UK's LIVE coverage of the 2020/21 Premier League match West Ham United v Crystal Palace Live!

My name is Alan Rzepa and I'll be your host for this game. We will provide you with pre-game analysis, squad updates and news as it happens live here on VAVEL.com
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