West Ham United will head to Selhurst Park eager to put Saturday's unfortunate defeat to Tottenham behind them.
Coming up against a Crystal Palace side who lost their season opener away to Arsenal, the Hammers will be confident of notching their first win of the season as they look to build on an impressive opening day performance.
Having not beaten Palace since a 2003 Division One game, Sam Allardyce's side will be boosted by the uncertainty surrounding the South London club and will see this as an opportunity to banish the memory of last year's 1-0 defeats.
Unlucky not to score against Spurs, and noting Palace's goal away at Arsenal, odds of a 2-1 Hammers win are currently 12/1. With a host of new striking options to choose from however, West Ham to win by any scoreline with a two goal margin is 9/1.
A Jermain Defoe opener and a brace, with strikes either side of half-time, from Neil Mellor were the difference back in 2003. A repeat of that performance, when the Hammers won both halves, is 9/2 while a draw at the interval followed by an Irons win is also available at 13/2.
With four of the last seven games separated by a solitary goal however, odds of under one goal on Saturday are currently 41/10.
Find more of the latest Palace v West Ham odds at Marathonbet.