West Ham looks to win their third Premier League game in a row as they take on Crystal Palace tomorrow afternoon. The 1st place Hammers will hope they can replicate their drubbing of Leicester on Monday and prey on 14th place Crystal Palace, who are winless so far in their opening two matches.
Venue: London Stadium
Referee: Stuart Attwell
Where to watch: Peacock
West Ham dominated Leicester earlier this week, exhibiting marvelous attacking ability and stern defensive duty to defeat Leicester 4-1. Moyes could have nothing to complain about after the performance and would hope his team could do the same tomorrow against Palace.
They will be facing a Palace team with the always dangerous Wilfried Zaha to provide the deliveries, and the big striker, Christian Benteke to try and nod those deliveries home. The West Ham defense made Jamie Vardy appear invisible last week and will look to do the same with the likes of Benteke and Zaha.
West Ham continues to be without the services of Arthur Masuaku and Winston Reid, but all other first-team players remain fit. Look for Moyes to name the same line-up for the third consecutive game in a row, as everyone involved last week seems virtually undroppable after the stellar team performance.
Fabianski, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Dawson, Coufal, Rice, Soucek, Fornals, Benrahma, Bowen, Antonio