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          Crystal Palace

          West Ham United


          23.5%

          Cry

          25.6%

          draw

          43.2%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Crystal Palace

          West Ham United


          58.8%

          Cry

          59%

          combined

          59.1%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Crystal Palace

          West Ham United


          50%

          Cry

          53.9%

          combined

          56.8%

          Wes

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in all matches this season in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Crystal Palace vs Fulham Preview, Tips & Stats

          Crystal Palace host Fulham at Selhurst Park for yet another London Derby this weekend. Both Palace and Fulham have had a solid start to the season, sitting in the top half of the table, and will be looking to move even further up the table.

          The Eagles currently sit eighth in the Premier League after eight games. With two wins, a draw and two losses, Palace have bagged seven points so far. This leaves them five points away from European football and eight points away from top of the table Manchester City.

          Crystal Palace opened their Premier League season with a trip to Bramall Lane to face Sheffield United. Odsonne Edouard scored the only goal of the game right after halftime to give Palace the 1 - 0 win. The first home game of the season for The Eagles was against fellow London side Arsenal. Sam Johnstone brought down Eddie Nketiah and Martin Odegaard converted the subsequent penalty for the only goal in the game. Despite Takehiro Tomiyasu being sent off early in the second half, Palace were unable to score and were handed their first loss of the season.

          In another London derby, The Eagles travelled to Brentford. Kevin Schade opened the scoring for The Bees but a late goal from Joachim Andersen managed to bag a 1 - 1 draw for The Eagles. The visit from Wolves was the other win for Palace this season. Edouard bagged a brace and was joined by Eberechi Eze on the scoresheet as Palace won 3 - 2 despite a late drive from Hwang Hee-chan and Matheus Cunha for Wolves.

          Most recently, Palace were beaten 3 - 1 by Aston Villa, with Edouard once again finding the back of the net for The Eagles.
          Fulham sit just one place below their opponents this weekend in ninth. In fact, The Cottagers have the exact same amount of points, also picking up two wins, one draw and two losses.

          The Cottagers began their season at Goodison against Everton. Bobby De Cordova-Reid was the only man on the scoresheet as Fulham won 1 - 0 to start their season with a win. However, in the first home game of the season, Fulham were handed a 3 - 0 loss. Yoane Wissa and a double from Bryan Mbeumo gave Brentford the 3 - 0 win as Tim Ream was sent off in the 64th minute.
          Away at the Emirates, Andreas Periera and Joao Palhinha found the back of the net to earn a 2 - 2 draw against Arsenal. Bukayo Saka and Nketiah scored for Arsenal but were unable to take advantage of Calvin Bassey’s red card. Despite immediately equalising against Man City through Ream, City put five past Bernd Leno as the league leaders won 5 - 1.

          Most recently, Carlos Vinicius scored the only goal against Luton Town as The Cottagers completely dominated the game.

          Crystal Palace and Fulham have met just 49 times in their histories despite the first meeting coming all the way back in 1907. Fulham have the better record in the fixture with 18 wins in comparison to Crystal Palace’s 14 wins. However, a draw between the two is more common than a Palace win, happening on 17 occasions.

          Crystal Palace Team News

          Roy Hodgson has a number of injuries to contend with going into this weekend. Michael Olise is still out with his thigh injury that’ll keep him out until late October, Matheus Oliveira is also out until October with a lower back injury and Jefferson Lerma’s thigh injury will also keep him out of action until October. Marc Guehi may return for the Fulham clash along with Jordan Ayew from his thigh injury, but James Tomkins is still out with his calf injury.

          Fulham Team News

          Marco Silva also has some injury concerns. Oluwatosin Adarabioyo is out until November with his muscular injury and Antonee Robinson, also with a muscular injury, has no return date set. However, Sasa Lukic may return this weekend after time out with a knee injury.

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