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Tuesday, December 3, 2013
 Full Time
Crystal Palace
1
 
0
West Ham United
M. Chamakh  42' 1-0 
HT: 1-0
Selhurst Park (Attendance: 23,891)
Referee: Lee Mason
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Crystal Palace vs. West Ham United
Minute Commentary
90' FT: PALACE 1 WEST HAM 0
Tony Pulis's first home game in charge sees Palace secure only their third win of the season, with the three points enough to take them above Sunderland and off the bottom of the table. The goal came three minutes before the interval, Marouane Chamakh flicking home a header from a Barry Bannan cross. West Ham will look back on a Stewart Downing effort midway through the second half that was controversially disallowed for a foul that no-one else spotted and a bad miss by Kevin Nolan while the game was still goalless. Palace, though, probably just about deserved the points for a whole-hearted performance and could have added a second had Cameron Jerome not been denied by an outstanding save by Jussi Jaaskelainen.
90' KEBE SHOOTS OVER
At the other end, Kebe is through, but shoots over with only a defender on the line to beat.
90' FLAG UP AGAIN
Morrison does wonderfully well to slide a pass through the Palace defence, but McCartney had gone a split-second too early and the flag is up for offside.
90' FIVE ADDED MINUTES
There is still hope for West Ham. We will have a minimum of five minutes of added time.
90' TIME RUNNING OUT
Kebe concedes a late corner. Palace are hardly hanging on, but they need to stay strong. Collins sees his header deflected over, but Mr Mason awards a goal-kick.
88' BACK IN TROUBLE
Palace host Cardiff on Saturday and West Ham visit Liverpool. Before you know it the six-point gap between these sides could have evaporated.
86' PALACE SUBSTITUTION
Marouane Chamakh leaves the field to a good ovation from the Palace fans. On comes Jonny Williams in his place.
85' LACKING CONSISTENCY
If you discount the last game of last season and the first game of this one (three months between matches, after all) West Ham have failed to win in their last 14 Premier League matches following a victory, losing eight times and drawing the other six.
83' PALACE SUBSTITUTION
Palace make another change, with Stuart O'Keefe taking the place of Bannan.
80' FINE TRACKING BACK
West Ham look to break quickly, but Bannan does extremely well to get between Joe Cole and the ball and the threat comes to nothing.
79' WEST HAM SUBSTITUTION
Who is Sam Allardyce turning to as his match-winning final substitute? It looks like left-back George McCartney, on for Razvan Rat!
78' TAME SHOT ON TARGET
Dikgacoi shoots powerfully from 25 yards, but that's catching practice for Jaaskelainen.
76' DIVING SAVE BY SPERONI
Diame induces Jedinak into a rash tackle 25 yards from the Palace goal. Downing curls an effort around the wall, but it was weakly hit and gives Speroni time to get across to make the save.
73' REPAIRS DO THE TRICK
Wonder if goalline technology would have spotted if the ball had gone in the net round the wrong side of the post?
71' THERE'S A HOLE IN THE NET
The net has come away from the post and the groundsman is on to make running repairs.
70' GOAL DISALLOWED
Palace now have the ball in the West Ham net, but this one is rightly chalked off for offside against Jedinak.
69' LUCKY ESCAPE
Palace can count themselves extremely lucky there. Whether that West Ham goal was disallowed for offside or a foul, neither was conclusive on the replay.
68' WEST HAM BOOKING
Tomkins becomes the first West Ham man in the book for a late tackle on Jerome.
66' PALACE SUBSTITUTION
Palace make their first change of the game, with Jimmy Kebe taking the place of Puncheon.
64' GOAL DISALLOWED
The ball is in the net, but it's not going to count. Palace failed to clear a free-kick and Downing lashed the ball home. The flag was up for offside, but that was a borderline decision.
62' DIAME IN NEED OF TREATMENT
Diame comes off worst after an aerial challenge with Jedinak and needs treatment for a blow to the side of the head.
59' WEST HAM SUBSTITUTION
West Ham make a double switch. It's Joe Cole and Modibo Maiga for Nolan and Carlton Cole.
57' OMENS NOT GOOD
The bad news for West Ham is that they have lost every match this season when they have conceded the first goal of the game.
54' BRILLIANT SAVE
Jerome is then denied by a brilliant save by Jaaskelainen. The on-loan striker was clean through here.
52' INCHES AWAY
Palace go close to a second. Jerome chases down an excellent long ball from Jedinak. Chamakh feeds Puncheon, whose shot is charged down by a defender and deflects off the outside of the post. Dikgacoi heads over from the resulting corner. He was totally unmarked there, but the delivery was just behind him.
51' AMBITIOUS EFFORT
Diame tries an ambitious angled drive from 25 yards that sails into the stands. The Hammers need a bit of inspiration here.
50' THE GREAT ESCAPE
Palace have mustered only seven points from 13 games, but there is still hope. Derby County had exactly the same points total at this stage of the season in 2000-01 and managed to escape relegation, finishing 17th. Three points tonight would be a good start.
47' AS YOU WERE
Neither side has made any changes at the break, but Jonny Williams on the Palace bench has a very red face from all his half-time warm-ups, so it may not be long before we see the young midfielder.
46' HERE WE GO AGAIN
West Ham get the second half under way.
45' HT: PALACE 1 WEST HAM 0
Marouane Chamakh's flicked header three minutes before the interval means that Palace have a surprising lead that they have scarcely deserved. The Moroccan was on hand to glance home a deft header from close range from Barry Bannan's cross. The home side had worked hard, but West Ham had carried the greater threat without exactly peppering Julian Speroni's goal with shots. Before the goal, there was one chance of note, and it fell the visitors' way on 32 minutes. Nolan peeled off the end of the wall to meet an excellent chipped free-kick from Stewart Downing, but volleyed wide from 12 yards with the goal at his mercy. Mohamed Diame also headed over from a Downing cross just before half-time.
45' ALMOST AN EQUALISER
West Ham have a chance to level in stoppage time. Downing is on the end of Diame's cross from the left, but Delaney makes a vital block to keep out the goalbound volley.
43' SECOND TIME LUCKY
Bannan was lucky there, because his initial set-piece was appalling. He got another chance and the delivery second time around was Premier League quality.
42' GOAL: PALACE 1 WEST HAM 0
Ward collects the ball in an advanced position just outside the box and sees his angled drive deflected for a corner. From the set-piece, Chamakh heads in, with Bannan supplying the assist.
39' HEADER JUST OVER
Downing has been one of the more influential attacking players in this first half. He crosses from the right and Diame heads over from 10 yards, under pressure from Gabbidon.
38' HAMMERS THREATEN AGAIN
Cole latches on to a long ball from the back and is clear down the inside-left channel. He chooses to cross rather than shoot, but Downing was not ready for the pass and the chance is gone.
34' FAMOUS LAST WORDS
Cameron Jerome, on loan from Stoke, must have secretly cursed when former boss Tony Pulis was installed at Selhurst Park. Here's what he said when Pulis left Stoke: “I think a few of the lads who didn't play as much under the old regime won't be disheartened by the fact a new manager's come in with a new method and a new way of thinking. Everyone seems to be happy with a spring in the step, and it's not just the players - the staff are more happy and everyone is taking to their new roles.”
32' GREAT CHANCE WASTED
West Ham work a clever free-kick. Downing dinks the ball over the wall but Nolan, totally unmarked, makes a right mess of the volley. What a chance!
31' PALACE BOOKING
Delaney hacks down Morrison 30 yards from goal and that is a clear yellow card.
29' PENALTY CLAIMS
Kagisho Dikgacoi rises high to try and clear a West Ham corner, but the ball bounces off his arm. West Ham make half-hearted appeals for a penalty, but Mr Mason rightly chooses to look the other way.
27' ALERT DEFENDING
Noble drops a free-kick into the Palace box. Nolan turns neatly, but Delaney blocks his attempted pass.
24' SLOW STARTERS
Only three of the Hammers' 12 goals this season have come in the first half. They are growing in confidence, though, the visitors.
22' HAMMERS GETTING ON TOP
Nolan over-hits a ball through to Cole, who is denied by Speroni. The flag goes up for offside anyway, which will be something of a relief to the Hammers captain, because he really should have done better with the pass. West Ham are on top here.
19' BETTER AT DEFENDING
West Ham waste a promising position. Cole lays it back for Rat, whose ambitious long-range effort with the outside of his left foot ends up nearer the corner flag.
17' ACTUALLY, IT'S DIG-ASH-WEE
Scared to mention Kagisho Dikgacoi's name down the pub just in case you pronounce it incorrectly and make a fool of yourself in front of your mates? The player was asked before kick-off to say his name and, phonetically, it is said: Dig-ash-wee. Now you know.
16' EASY FOR THE GOALKEEPER
And there's our first effort on target. Puncheon collects the ball and shoots left-footed, but Jaaskelainen saves low down.
14' BANNAN SHOOTS OVER
Palace switch the ball from left to right and Bannan tries a curler for the far corner that is high and wide. The closest we've come so far.
11' FLAG UP FOR OFFSIDE
Finally, West Ham cause some alarm in the Palace area. Downing crosses for Cole, who wins the back-post header, before the flag wrongly goes up for offside. A collision between Palace team-mates Delaney and Gabbidon leaves both players on the floor.
8' PLAYING WITH CONFIDENCE
In case you were worried we had dozed off, Palace have started the brighter here, but there's not been any goalmouth action to speak of. A slow burner, this one.
5' OMENS FOR PULIS
How did Tony Pulis's managerial career begin at Stoke, his previous club? A 1-0 defeat at Southend, followed by a 2-0 home win over Derby. Palace lost 1-0 away from home on Saturday, remember, which was the first game of the new Pulis era.
3' REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL
Three things to admire about trips to Selhurst Park: The golden eagle performing on the pitch before kick-off, the Palace cheerleaders, the Crystals, (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6N2vwe9Swk) and the atmosphere, which is always magnificent. If 70,000 Manchester United fans made as much noise as these Palace fans do, Old Trafford would be a very, very scary place.
1' HERE WE GO
Palace kick off, attacking the goal to our right.
0' TONIGHT'S TEAMS
Palace: Julian Speroni, Joel Ward, Danny Gabbidon, Damien Delaney, Dean Moxey, Mile Jedinak, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Barry Bannan, Jason Puncheon, Marouane Chamakh, Cameron Jerome. Subs: Lewis Price, Adrian Mariappa, Stuart O'Keefe, Jimmy Kebe, Dwight Gayle, Jonny Williams, Kevin Phillips. West Ham: Jussi Jaaskelainen, Joey O'Brien, James Collins, James Tomkins, Razvan Rat, Mark Noble, Kevin Nolan, Ravel Morrison, Stewart Downing, Mohamed Diame, Carlton Cole. Subs: Adrian, George McCartney, Matthew Jarvis, Modibo Maiga, Guy Demel, Joe Cole, Jack Collison.
0' TEAM NEWS
Palace stick with the team that lost at Norwich, while Sam Allardyce makes four changes to the side that beat Fulham. Out go both full-backs, Guy Demel and George McCartney, with their places going to Joey O'Brien and Razvan Rat. Ravel Morrison replaces Matt Jarvis in midfield and, most notably, Carlton Cole starts up front in place of Modibo Maiga.
0' PREVIEW
Having ended the managerial tenure of Fulham's Martin Jol at the weekend, West Ham travel to Crystal Palace on Tuesday looking for a second successive victory over struggling opponents from the capital. New Palace manager Tony Pulis saw his side edged out at Norwich on Saturday in his first game in charge, but a week into the job the honeymoon period is officially over and now it's down to business. The former Stoke boss has not been relegated in 21 years of management, but to maintain that record his new charges need to win matches like this. Pulis has indicated he will be looking to bring more experience into his squad when the transfer window opens in January, but until then he needs to get the best out of an ordinary set of players - something he achieved admirably in the Potteries. Don't get your hopes up of a action-packed feast of attacking football, because neither of these sides are big on goals. Crystal Palace have netted the fewest in the Premier League with just seven in 13 matches and West Ham have failed to score in four of their six away top-flight fixtures. Let's hope that two negatives can make a positive. Tonight's game kicks off at 2000GMT, so join us around 30 minutes beforehand when we should have the confirmed team news, which will be followed by a match commentary.
0' PLAYERS TO WATCH
It's incredibly rare for your commentator - who has spent more years than he would care to remember watching top-flight football in England - not to be able to come up with anyone likely to set a particular game alight, but that was the case for this televised match-up. Just to be sure we were not being unfair to these two teams, we delved into the EA Sports Player Performance Index, a points-scoring system devised to try and give some idea of who are the current top performers in the Premier League. Only one Palace player - defender Danny Gabbidon - ranks in the top 150 of the aforementioned index, at 134th overall. West Ham rank slightly better, with one player in the top 100 (that's Mark Noble at 72) and two others in the top 150 (Stewart Downing at 123 and Ravel Morrison at 130). Interestingly, though, according to the EA Ratings, Noble is only about half as good on the road as he is at Upton Park and the best Hammers performer away from the friendly confines of the Boleyn Ground is actually Downing.
0' HEAD TO HEAD
West Ham have the better head-to-head record in league meetings between the sides with 11 wins to three by Palace and 10 games being drawn. At Selhurst Park, West Ham have five wins to two by Palace, with a further five meetings ending up all square. If you're looking for omens, the last meeting between the sides took place at Upton Park in the Championship on Feb. 25, 2012, and ended in - you've guessed it - a goalless draw. The earlier meeting that season at Selhurst Park on Oct. 1 also finished even. Palace twice went in front, first through Darren Ambrose (6 mins) and then Glenn Murray (52), but West Ham hit back each time through Kevin Nolan (16) and John Carew (80). They've only met in five of the last 23 seasons, so they don't exactly have history, which is one of the reasons West Ham have to look back to Sep. 17, 1991, for their last victory at Selhurst Park.
0' FORM GUIDE
Palace are bottom of the table with seven points from 13 games, six behind West Ham, who are one of three teams sat just above the relegation zone on 13 points. Palace's return of four goals at home and seven overall are both the poorest in the Premier League. The Eagles have collected four points from their last three matches, having lost nine of their opening 10 games. West Ham may have had trouble scoring on the road, but it is worth noting that they have only conceded four goals away from home in six matches, which is the best record defensively in the top flight.
0' EARLY TEAM NEWS
Palace are without Yannick Bolasie (suspension), Adlene Guedioura (rib) and Glenn Murray (knee). Winger Jerome Thomas will have a late fitness test on the groin injury he sustained against Norwich at the weekend. West Ham are already without Andy Carroll (heel), Ricardo Vaz Te (shoulder) and Razvan Rat (hamstring) and will make other changes with manager Sam Allardyce indicating he will rotate his squad even after Saturday's win over Fulham.
0' MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Taking charge of today's game is Lee Mason, who has been a member of the elite panel of Premier League referees since 2006. The man from Lancashire has dished out 31 cautions in his eight top-flight games to date and produced one red card, to West Ham's Mark Noble for two bookable offences in the home defeat by Everton in September. That was also the match where he awarded his only penalty in the Premier League, Noble converting three minutes before he got his marching orders. Mason's assistants today are Simon Long and Simon Bennett, while Roger East is the fourth official.
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Team Stats
Crystal Palace West Ham United
1 Goals 0
1 Assists 0
10 Shots 11
4 Shots on Goal 2
2 Saves 3
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
12 Crosses 15
3 Corner Kicks 4
2 Offside 6
10 Fouls Committed 9
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
42% Ball Possession 58%
Crystal Palace
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Julian Speroni 90 - 0 0 0 2
2Joel Ward 90 0 0 0 - -
8Kagisho Dikgacoi 90 0 0 0 - -
13Jason Puncheon 66 0 0 0 - -
15Mile Jedinak 90 0 0 0 - -
19Danny Gabbidon 90 0 0 0 - -
21Dean Moxey 90 0 0 0 - -
27Damien Delaney 90 0 1 0 - -
29Marouane Chamakh 85 1 0 0 - -
30Cameron Jerome 90 0 0 0 - -
46Barry Bannan 82 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
12Stuart O'Keefe 8 0 0 0 - -
20Jonathan Williams 5 0 0 0 - -
28Jimmy Kebe 24 0 0 0 - -

West Ham United
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
22Jussi Jaaskelainen 90 - 0 0 1 3
4Kevin Nolan 58 0 0 0 - -
5James Tomkins 90 0 1 0 - -
8Razvan Rat 78 0 0 0 - -
15Ravel Morrison 90 0 1 0 - -
16Mark Noble 90 0 0 0 - -
17Joey O'Brien 90 0 0 0 - -
19James Collins 90 0 0 0 - -
21Mohamed Diame 90 0 0 0 - -
23Stewart Downing 90 0 0 0 - -
24Carlton Cole 58 0 0 0 - -
Substitutes
3George McCartney 12 0 0 0 - -
11Modibo Maiga 32 0 0 0 - -
26Joe Cole 32 0 0 0 - -
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Crystal Palace vs. West Ham United
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Crystal Palace 1-0 West Ham United
90' Half Over  Crystal Palace 1-0 West Ham United
90' Yellow Card  Ravel Morrison (West Ham United)
90' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
90' Shot  Jimmy Kebe (Crystal Palace)
90' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
90' Offside  Ravel Morrison (West Ham United)
90' Throw-In  Mark Noble (West Ham United)
90' Offside  James Collins (West Ham United)
90' Foul  Tomkins fouled by Cameron Jerome (Crystal Palace)
90' Throw-In  Mark Noble (West Ham United)
90' Shot  James Collins (West Ham United)
90' Corner Kick  Stewart Downing (West Ham United) - Off Target
89' Cross  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United) - Clearance In Play
89' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
88' Foul  Collins fouled by Cameron Jerome (Crystal Palace)
86' Goal Kick  Jussi Jaaskelainen (West Ham United)
86' Cross  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) - Directly Out
86' Cross  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
86' Free Kick  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
85' Substitution  Jonathan Williams (on). Chamakh (off). (Crystal Palace)
85' Foul  Kebe fouled by George McCartney (West Ham United)
85' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
84' Offside  Stewart Downing (West Ham United)
83' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
82' Substitution  Stuart O'Keefe (on). Bannan (off). (Crystal Palace)
82' Goal Kick  Jussi Jaaskelainen (West Ham United)
81' Foul  Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace)
81' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
81' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
80' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
79' Cross  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
79' Free Kick  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace)
78' Foul  Chamakh fouled by Mohamed Diame (West Ham United)
78' Substitution  George McCartney (on). Rat (off). (West Ham United)
78' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
77' Shot on Goal  Kagisho Dikgacoi (Crystal Palace)
76' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
76' Shot  Ravel Morrison (West Ham United)
76' Cross  Razvan Rat (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
75' Shot on Goal  Stewart Downing (West Ham United)
75' Free Kick  Stewart Downing (West Ham United)
74' Foul  Diame fouled by Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
72' Throw-In  Stewart Downing (West Ham United)
72' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
69' Shot  Stewart Downing (West Ham United)
69' Cross  Mohamed Diame (West Ham United)
68' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
68' Offside  Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
68' Cross  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - Offside
68' Free Kick  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
67' Yellow Card  James Tomkins (West Ham United)
67' Foul  Jerome fouled by James Tomkins (West Ham United)
66' Substitution  Jimmy Kebe (on). Puncheon (off). (Crystal Palace)
65' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
64' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
64' Foul  Collins fouled by Cameron Jerome (Crystal Palace)
63' Foul  Chamakh fouled by Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
63' Cross  Mark Noble (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
63' Foul  Morrison fouled by Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
60' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
59' Goal Kick  Jussi Jaaskelainen (West Ham United)
58' Substitution  Joe Cole (on). Nolan (off). (West Ham United)
58' Substitution  Modibo Maiga (on). Cole (off). (West Ham United)
58' Foul  Jedinak fouled by Kevin Nolan (West Ham United)
56' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
55' Corner Kick  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
55' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
54' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
53' Cross  Stewart Downing (West Ham United) - Defended by Keeper
53' Cross  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
52' Cross  Razvan Rat (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
52' Shot on Goal  Cameron Jerome (Crystal Palace)
52' Shot  Kagisho Dikgacoi (Crystal Palace)
52' Cross  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - Off Target
51' Corner Kick  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - Clearance Out of Play
51' Shot  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
50' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
50' Shot  Mohamed Diame (West Ham United)
49' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
49' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
48' Cross  Razvan Rat (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
47' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Crystal Palace 1-0 West Ham United
45' Corner Kick  Stewart Downing (West Ham United) - Defended by Keeper
45' Shot  Stewart Downing (West Ham United)
45' Cross  Mohamed Diame (West Ham United) - Off Target
45' Goal Kick  Jussi Jaaskelainen (West Ham United)
45' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
44' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
44' Foul  Chamakh fouled by Carlton Cole (West Ham United)
44' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
42' Goal  Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace). Assist by Bannan
42' Shot on Goal  Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace)
42' Cross  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - On Target
42' Corner Kick  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace)
41' Shot  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
41' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
41' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
41' Cross  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace) - Clearance In Play
41' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
40' Offside  Cameron Jerome (Crystal Palace)
40' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
39' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
38' Shot  Mohamed Diame (West Ham United)
38' Cross  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United) - Off Target
38' Shot  Ravel Morrison (West Ham United)
38' Foul  Noble fouled by Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
38' Cross  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
38' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
37' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
36' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
35' Cross  Carlton Cole (West Ham United)
35' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
34' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
33' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
32' Shot on Goal  Kevin Nolan (West Ham United)
30' Yellow Card  Damien Delaney (Crystal Palace)
30' Foul  Morrison fouled by Damien Delaney (Crystal Palace)
29' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
28' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
27' Foul  James Tomkins (West Ham United)
27' Corner Kick  Stewart Downing (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
26' Cross  Kevin Nolan (West Ham United) - Clearance In Play
25' Foul  Morrison fouled by Kagisho Dikgacoi (Crystal Palace)
25' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
25' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
24' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
24' Cross  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) - Clearance Out of Play
24' Cross  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace) - Clearance In Play
24' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
23' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
23' Offside  Kevin Nolan (West Ham United)
22' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
22' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
22' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
21' Shot  Carlton Cole (West Ham United)
20' Offside  Carlton Cole (West Ham United)
19' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
18' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
17' Shot  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
17' Corner Kick  Stewart Downing (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
16' Cross  Razvan Rat (West Ham United) - Headed Out - In Play
16' Throw-In  Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
15' Shot on Goal  Jason Puncheon (Crystal Palace)
15' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
14' Shot  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace)
13' Shot  Mile Jedinak (Crystal Palace)
13' Cross  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace) - Headed Out - In Play
13' Free Kick  Barry Bannan (Crystal Palace)
13' Foul  Puncheon fouled by Razvan Rat (West Ham United)
10' Offside  Carlton Cole (West Ham United)
10' Cross  Razvan Rat (West Ham United) - Offside
10' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
9' Foul  Rat fouled by Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace)
8' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
8' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
7' Cross  Marouane Chamakh (Crystal Palace) - Intercepted
6' Cross  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) - Defended by Keeper
6' Throw-In  Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
6' Foul  Dikgacoi fouled by Kevin Nolan (West Ham United)
4' Goal Kick  Julian Speroni (Crystal Palace)
3' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
2' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
2' Throw-In  Dean Moxey (Crystal Palace)
1' Throw-In  Joey O'Brien (West Ham United)
1' Start Half 
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Players
No.Number
MinPMinutes Played
GGoals
AstAssists
SHTSShots
SOGShots on Goal
CKCorner Kicks
CRCrosses
OffOffside
FCFouls Committed
FSFouls Suffered
YCYellow Cards
RCRed Cards
GAGoals Against
SvsSaves
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