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There aren’t many more in form sides in the league at the moment than David Moyes’ Hammers, with only the Manchester clubs, Leicester, and Everton picking up more points than them over the last eight outings, while they also remain in the FA Cup and have a chance to make the quarter-finals for the first time in five years.
The seamless transition between Sebastian Haller to Michael Antonio reaped the rewards last week, with the Englishman looking incredibly fresh and managing to net the winner in both of their games against Burnley and West Brom to leave them 7th after five unbeaten matches.
West Ham To Beat Palace
Crystal Palace find themselves in the all too familiar bottom-half position in the league, having finished between 10th and 15th in each of their seven seasons back in the Premier League and after a relatively strong start to the campaign where they won half of their opening eight fixtures, they’ve managed just one win in the last eight, while they’ve only managed to find the net in two of their last six, with one of those games coming against league whipping boys Sheffield United so it’s hard to see where they’re going to find joy against a West Ham side playing with such confidence.
The addition of Eberechi Eze was meant to bring an extra spark to an attack that has heavily relied on the creativity of Wilfried Zaha in recent years, though despite some glimpses of brilliance, goals have been too infrequent and with just one goal and two assists between those two in Palace’s last eight games, Roy Hodgson will be wanting a lot more.
The visitors have conceded just one goal across their last six matches in all competitions now, including against Everton and Southampton as they seemed to have a settled core of the team, with Thomas Soucek and Declan Rice proving invaluable in midfield.
That’s an area of the park we’d expect the visitors to dominate again here and they look very long at the prices considering.
Michail Antonio To Score Anytime
Michail Antonio has stepped up to the mark when called upon this season and has contributed far more than goals to this team with his strength in leading the line second to none in the league.
He could be considered unlucky to only have managed the single goal in each of his last two games, as he was constantly getting in the right areas to add to his tally, and with some more playing time under his belt now we’d expect him to be sharper and put away those chances.