EPL Gameweek 32 – Predicted West Ham Lineup to take on Crystal Palace (4-3-3)


West Ham are just weeks away from achieving their best ever finish to a Premier League season if they can somehow break in to the top 4 hoodoo.

Next up for The Hammers, they welcome an under-pressure Crystal Palace side who have failed to win a single Premier League game since turn of the New Year. Ahead of the big kick-off, we take a look at the Predicted West Ham lineup vs Crystal Palace.

Currently, The Hammers are locked in a 3-way battle with Manchester City and Manchester United for the fourth Champions League spot. West Ham need to take advantage of Palace’s poor form and ensure 3 points when the two teams this weekend.

Predicted West Ham lineup vs Crystal Palace


Adrian would like to continue his heroics following his wonder solo goal in Mark Noble’s testimonial game couple of days ago. James Tomkins will play as an emergency right-back with Carl Jenkinson is still out injured while Michail Antonio enjoying more success from the wide areas.


This is where all the foundation for West Ham’s good work has been laid this season. In Cheikhou Kouyate, Slaven Bilic has a player whom he can rely on not to commit silly mistakes and keep the game flowing for his team.

Mark Noble has arguably enjoyed the best season of his career while Manuel Lanzini has been more of a talisman since arriving at Upton Park. The trio should get a start this weekend with West Ham chasing all three points.


Dimitri Payet was the first name in our Predicted West Ham lineup vs Crystal Palace. The Frenchman was France’s best player during the recent friendlies and he will be eager to continue his club form prior to the International break.

Michail Antonio has been a revelation in recent matches, going past defenders and scoring goals for fun. Antonio will be partnered with Diafra Sakho, who has struggled in recent matches for the Hammers.

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