Crystal Palace vs West Ham result: Premier League football as it happened - LIVE!
Crystal Palace vs West Ham LIVE
Premier League 2018-19
Venue: Selhurst Park
Wilfried Zaha returned with a goal to secure a point for Crystal Palace from a 1-1 draw with West Ham.
The striker, back from suspension and able to face the Hammers after appealing against an additional ban, struck 14 minutes from time to rescue a share of the spoils.
Mark Noble had fired West Ham into a first-half lead from the penalty spot, but Palace were worth their point and would have equalised earlier but for an incredible miss by James McArthur.
Instead it was Zaha, sent off at Southampton last week for sarcastically clapping the referee, who milked the applause with his late leveller.
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Crystal Palace vs West Ham team news and line-ups
Crystal Palace: Guaita, Wan Bissaka, Kelly, Sakho, Van Aanholt, McArthur, Milivojevic, Schlupp, Townsend, Benteke, Zaha
Subs: Ward, Dann, Meyer, Hennessey, Ayew, Batshuayi, Sako
West Ham: Fabianski, Fredericks, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Snodgrass, Noble, Rice, Felipe Anderson, Antonio, Hernandez
Subs: Zabaleta, Arnautovic, Carroll, Adrian, Obiang, Masuaku, Diangana
Referee: Craig Pawson (South Yorkshire)
Score prediction: Crystal Palace 1-1 West Ham
Palace will glad Zaha is available, though they showed against albeit weak opposition in Fulham that they may finally be capable of performing without him.
The return of Arnautovic would provide West Ham with a similar boost and it is easy to see these two teams battling to a hard-earned draw.
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Head to Head history and results (h2h)
Crystal Palace and West Ham have met on 15 previous occasions in the Premier League, with the Hammers winning seven and the Eagles four with four draws.
In their last clash at London Stadium in December, Robert Snodgrass, Javier Hernandez and Felipe Anderson all scored after James McArthur had put Palace ahead early on. Schlupp's late header set up a nervy finish, but West Ham held on to win 3-2.