Lineups

West Ham United

( 4-2-3-1 )

  • 1. Ł. Fabiański

  • 3. A. Cresswell

  • 21. A. Ogbonna

  • 5. V. Coufal

  • 23. I. Diop

  • 18. Pablo Fornals

    46'
  • 28. T. Souček

  • 41. D. Rice

  • 22. S. Haller Goal

  • 20. J. Bowen

    80'
  • 9. S. Benrahma

    88'

Substitutes

  • 35. D. Randolph

  • 15. C. Dawson

  • 24. R. Fredericks

  • 16. M. Noble

  • 10. M. Lanzini

    46'
  • 11. R. Snodgrass

    88'
  • 7. A. Yarmolenko

    80'

England - Premier League

31' C. Benteke 31' Yellow Card 31'  C. Benteke 70' C. Benteke 70' 2nd Yellow Card 70'  C. Benteke 75' L. Milivojević 75' Yellow Card 75'  L. Milivojević 34' C. Benteke 34' Goal 34'   Benteke C. Benteke 55' S. Haller 55' Goal 55'   Haller S. Haller
West Ham United

West Ham United

1 - 1

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

  • 34'
    0 - 1
  • HT
    0 - 1
  • 55
    1 - 1
  • Date: 16/12/2020
  • Time: 20:00
  • Venue: London Stadium
  • Referee: David Coote
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Date published: 12/15/2020 8:51:23 PM

West Ham United v Crystal Palace - Preview

Arthur Masuaku and Michail Antonio remain sidelined for Crystal Palace clash

West Ham will be without Arthur Masuaku and Michail Antonio for the visit of Crystal Palace.

Wing-back Masuaku is sidelined after a knee operation and Antonio is still recovering from a hamstring injury.

Said Benrahma is set to make his second start since joining from Brentford following an encouraging display in the win at Leeds last week.

Mamadou Sakho faces a late fitness test ahead of Crystal Palace’s Premier League trip to West Ham on Wednesday.

The former Liverpool defender pulled up in training on Tuesday with an unspecified injury.

Palace have no other new injury issues ahead of taking on David Moyes’ Hammers.

West Ham provisional squad: Fabianski, Coufal, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Rice, Soucek, Bowen, Fornals, Haller, Benrahma, Randolph, Dawson, Diop, Fredericks, Johnson, Noble, Lanzini, Snodgrass, Yarmolenko.

Crystal Palace provisional squad: Guaita, Van Aanholt, Dann, Cahill, Clyne, Townsend, McArthur, Kouyate, Eze, Ayew, Schlupp, Butland, Ward, Tomkins, Sakho, McCarthy, Batshuayi, Benteke, Henderson, Mitchell, Woods, Milivojevic, Meyer, Zaha.

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 13
  • London Stadium
  • David Coote
  • 16 Dec, 20:00

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Lineups

West Ham United
(4-2-3-1)
Crystal Palace
(4-4-2)
  • 1. Ł. Fabiański

  • 3. A. Cresswell

  • 21. A. Ogbonna

  • 5. V. Coufal

  • 23. I. Diop

  • 18. Pablo Fornals

    46'
  • 28. T. Souček

  • 41. D. Rice

  • 22. S. Haller Goal

  • 20. J. Bowen

    80'
  • 9. S. Benrahma

    88'

Substitutes

  • 35. D. Randolph

  • 15. C. Dawson

  • 24. R. Fredericks

  • 16. M. Noble

  • 10. M. Lanzini

    46'
  • 11. R. Snodgrass

    88'
  • 7. A. Yarmolenko

    80'
  • 31. Guaita

  • 6. S. Dann

  • 2. J. Ward

  • 3. P. van Aanholt

  • 18. J. McArthur

  • 10. A. Townsend

    85'
  • 25. E. Eze

    76'
  • 8. C. Kouyaté

  • 4. L. Milivojević Yellow Card

  • 11. W. Zaha

  • 20. C. Benteke Goal Yellow Card 2nd Yellow Card

Substitutes

  • 1. J. Butland

  • 5. J. Tomkins

  • 27. T. Mitchell

  • 15. J. Schlupp

    85'
  • 44. J. Riedewald

  • 9. J. Ayew

    76'
  • 23. M. Batshuayi

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Crystal Palace vs West Ham United

There is a 26.0% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw West Ham United, at 54.1%, are heavy favorites to beat Crystal Palace who have a 19.9% chance.
In simulation wins, Crystal Palace upsets West Ham United by averaging 7.3 shots and 3.4 shots on goal.
They average 2.0 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses.
Overall, the average simulation score is West Ham United 1.7 to Crystal Palace 0.9.

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    West Ham United 1 - 1 Crystal Palace - Match Report

    Date published: 12/17/2020 12:13:28 PM

    Roberto Firmino winner against Spurs sends Liverpool to Premier League summit

    Both teams looked set to share the spoils but the Brazilian forward planted a powerful header home from an Andrew Robertson corner in the 90th minute.

    Roberto Firmino scored a last-minute winner to help Liverpool leapfrog opponents Tottenham to the top of the Premier League table.

    Both teams went into the contest with identical records of seven wins, four draws and one defeat, with Spurs only ahead by a better goal difference of five goals.

    Mohamed Salah fired the hosts ahead in the 26th minute when his shot deflected off Eric Dier and looped into the top right corner.

    But their lead lasted only seven minutes – against the run of play – as Giovani Lo Celso played in Son Heung-min, who composed himself and found the bottom corner.

    Steven Bergwijn hit the base of a post and Harry Kane missed a header in the second half, while Sadio Mane rattled the crossbar for the Reds.

    The two teams looked set to share the spoils but the Brazilian forward planted a powerful header home from an Andrew Robertson corner in the 90th minute to snatch a 2-1 victory.

    Theo Walcott was on the scoresheet against former club Arsenal as Southampton climbed up to third following a 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium.

    Walcott spent 12 years at the Gunners and opened the scoring with a deft chip over the onrushing Bernd Leno in the 18th minute, which sparked wild celebrations from the 31-year-old.

    Arsenal responded as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his first Premier League goal in open play since the opening-day win at Fulham to equalise seven minutes after the restart.

    The hosts were reduced to 10 men when centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes picked up two yellow cards in the space of five second-half minutes, with Nathan Redmond hitting the crossbar moments later for Southampton.

    Gabriel Magalhaes was sent off in the second half for Arsenal
    Gabriel Magalhaes was sent off in the second half for Arsenal (Peter Cziborra/PA)

    Saints were camped in Arsenal’s half, despite Rob Holding hitting the woodwork in stoppage time for the home side, but could not find the winner which would have take them top of the table.

    Leicester also missed the chance to reach the summit after a 2-0 home defeat to Everton.

    Carlo Ancelotti’s side moved ahead after 21 minutes when Richarlison’s low effort from the edge of the area squirmed into the bottom corner.

    Mason Holgate wrapped up the three points with his first Premier League goal of his career as the Toffees climbed up to fifth.

    Leeds abruptly ended Newcastle’s recent rich vein of form with a 5-2 drubbing at Elland Road.

    Newcastle, aiming for their third straight win, took the lead through Jeff Hendrick but the hosts were level at break thanks to Patrick Bamford’s ninth Premier League goal of the season.

    Rodrigo put Leeds ahead in the 61st minute with a fine finish, only for Ciaran Clark to level four minutes later before the home side finished with a flurry.

    Stuart Dallas put the Whites back in front with 13 minutes remaining before Ezgjan Alioski and Jack Harrison added further gloss to the scoreline to seal their first win in three games.

    Leeds ran riot against Newcastle
    Leeds ran riot against Newcastle (Rui Vieira/PA)

    West Ham were held to a 1-1 home draw by Crystal Palace, who played the final 20 minutes with 10 men.

    Christian Benteke headed the Eagles into a 34th-minute lead when he converted Joel Ward’s right-wing cross.

    West Ham were level 10 minutes after the restart with a stunning overhead kick by Sebastien Haller before Benteke received his marching orders for a second yellow card.

    Fulham and Brighton played out a goalless draw at Craven Cottage, with Adam Lallana closest to breaking the deadlock when his effort in the 49th minute was ruled out by VAR for handball.


    Lineups

    Crystal Palace

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 31. Guaita

    • 6. S. Dann

    • 2. J. Ward

    • 3. P. van Aanholt

    • 18. J. McArthur

    • 10. A. Townsend

      85'
    • 25. E. Eze

      76'
    • 8. C. Kouyaté

    • 4. L. Milivojević Yellow Card

    • 11. W. Zaha

    • 20. C. Benteke Goal Yellow Card 2nd Yellow Card

    Substitutes

    • 1. J. Butland

    • 5. J. Tomkins

    • 27. T. Mitchell

    • 15. J. Schlupp

      85'
    • 44. J. Riedewald

    • 9. J. Ayew

      76'
    • 23. M. Batshuayi