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Crystal Palace vs West Ham United, Premier League Gameweek 14: Open Thread

number 14 Crystal Palace vs West Ham United, Premier League Gameweek 14: Open Thread

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis has indicated that his goal for the Eagles is to get two wins between now and the end of the year. Today’s match against West Ham United at Selhurst Park is as good a chance as any to pick up three valuable points.

Here are the starting line-ups:

Crystal Palace: Speroni, Ward, Gabbidon, Delaney, Moxey, Jedinak, Dikgacoi, Bannan, Puncheon, Chamakh, Jerome

Subs: Price, Mariappa, O’Keefe, Williams, Kebe, Gayle, Philiips

West Ham: Jaaskelainen, O’Brien, Collins, Tomkins, Rat, Noble, Nolan, Morrison, Downing, Diame, C.Cole

Subs: Adrian, McCartney, Jarvis, Maiga, Demel, J.Cole, Collison

Before, during or after today’s game, join the conversation in the comments section below.

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24 Responses to Crystal Palace vs West Ham United, Premier League Gameweek 14: Open Thread

  1. De Selby says:

    Something terrible looks to have happened to Rebecca Lowe’s hair.

    • Marc L says:

      Hat-hair after Pulis loaned her one of his club shop caps?

    • De Selby says:

      Give me all the thumbs down you want, but if you noticed, after the initial couple of minutes of being on air, they never again showed a close-up shot of her. They showed close-ups of the Robbies but when they cut from them they only showed a wide view of the three of them. Someone botched her hairdo.

  2. Christopher Harris says:

    Got goosebumps listening to Crystal Palace fans singing.

  3. dust says:

    C’mon Palace…3pts v Wet Spam

  4. Rob says:

    Does Mark Bright ever stop talking?

  5. dust says:

    Palace look poor…

  6. abdirahman says:

    This guy the co-commentator mark bright why he shouldn’t be doing the matches week and week out? He is very enjoyable.it is the first time i hear him.i really enjoyed the way he is speaking his english.perfect.

  7. Balboa77 says:

    Lee Mason is a Legend. Absolute Legend. The man will never know the difference between a yellow or a red.

  8. San Fransiscan says:

    Ugly scenes at the end there. Morrison receiving a 5th yellow card of the seasons. Rebecca Lowe saying that he will now miss the Liverpool game which is wrong. If a player receives a 5th yellow card then the ban won’t go in effect until a week after.

  9. abdirahman says:

    its all over palace moved out bottom of the table.huge win.well done tony pulis.but still palace are the book makers favourate to finish bottom.

  10. Dust says:

    Ok….I have to say…

    LoL @ Wet Spam… You won your cup Final at the lane after a mental breakdown on spurs part for 13 Dawson mistake filled minutes…

    But now look at you now…mmwwhahaha LFC, Sunderland, Spurs in the cup then Man Utd away & farsenal at upton park…

    Happy days when the spammers lose at palace.

    palace got better & defended well but looked poor…just not as poor at wet spam…

    Good luck filling the Olympic stadium in the championship!

  11. gillyrosh says:

    So fun seeing Chamakh score.

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