O’est Ham begin a three-match home run ahead of the World Cup by hosting Crystal Palace at the London Stadium on Sunday. David Moyes’ side have suffered narrow defeats to Liverpool and Manchester United recently, with the Hammers particularly unhappy to leave Old Trafford without showing anything for their efforts, and they will now be looking to finish strong before the break in club football. West Ham have started to move away from the problems they found themselves in during the international break in September, but are still just three points clear of the relegation zone, needing to pick up the points to match their performances. Palace sit tenth in the table, although this is largely down to their home form. Patrick Vieira’s side have not won away from Selhurst Park in the Premier League since April. READ MORE Date, kick-off time and venue The Premier League match is scheduled to kick off at 2pm GMT on Sunday November 6, 2022. The London Stadium will host. Where to watch West Ham vs Crystal Palace TV Channel and Live Stream: The game will not be shown live on UK TV. Highlights: Match of the Day 2, however, will show highlights when it airs at 10:30 p.m. on Sunday. Squad news West Ham vs Crystal Palace Lucas Paqueta is set to return to the West Ham squad, with the Brazilian back in training, but it will likely be as a substitute rather than returning directly to the starting line-up . The likes of Declan Rice, Jarrod Bowen, Aaron Cresswell and Kurt Zouma are all set to start for West Ham, having been rested for the midweek trip to Romania against FCSB. Nayef Aguerd continued his return from injury by starting the match and could be involved again, but Maxwel Cornet (calf) is once again in doubt. Lukasz Fabianski faces a race to prove his fitness, after facing Manchester United with a knee injury. Lukasz Fabianski is out with a knee injury at Old Trafford/Reuters Odsonne Edouard is set to train with Palace on Saturday while Cheick Doucoure returned to first-team training on Friday, and both will face challenges late fitness tests on their availability for the trip to the London stadium. James McArthur and Nathan Ferguson remain absent having not played so far this season. West Ham vs Crystal Palace prediction With a rested first team and positives to take from their recent performances, West Ham should be confident of picking up all three points. For all of Palace’s attacking options, scoring remains a problem and their woes on the road are likely to continue. West Ham win, 2-0. Head-to-head history and results (h2h) West Ham win: 25 Draws: 23 Crystal Palace win: 16 Odds West Ham vs Crystal Palace West Ham win: 10/11 Draw: 12/5 Crystal Palace win: 10 /3 Odds via Betfair and subject to change. Not all news on the site expresses the views of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.
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