West Ham United will aim to reach the 40-point mark this weekend when they take on Crystal Palace at the Boleyn Ground on Saturday.
Defeat against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium left the Hammers stuck on 37 points with four games left to play and Sam Allardyce's side now go in search of the points to secure guaranteed safety in the Barclays Premier League.
Here whufc.com takes a look at six memorable home wins against the Eagles.
West Ham United 3-0 Crystal Palace
1 October 2003
The Hammers' most recent win over Crystal Palace came just over ten years ago when they recorded a comfortable win at the Boleyn Ground.
The high-flying home side moved up to third in the table thanks to a goal from Jermain Defoe and two from Neil Mellor.
The Eagles would have the last laugh however as they beat the Hammers 1-0 in the end of season play-off final and secured promotion to the Premier League.
West Ham United 4-1 Crystal Palace
3 December 1997
A thumping win over the Eagles earned West Ham their sixth straight home win and moved them into the top half.
Four players got on the score sheet for the home side with David Unsworth, John Hartson, Eyal Berkovic and Steve Lomas all netting in the win.
Palace would go onto finish rock bottom of the table whilst West Ham enjoyed an eighth place finish.
West Ham United 1-0 Crystal Palace
8 October 1994
After a sticky start to the 1994/95 season, West Ham began to pick up some crucial points as they chalked up a second straight league win with victory against Palace.
A single goal was all that separated the teams at the Boleyn Ground, with Don Hutchison grabbing the all-important goal to the delight of the majority of the 17,000 people in attendance.
Later in the season the Eagles exacted their revenge with a 1-0 win of their own at Selhurst Park, but it wasn't enough to keep them in the division as they occupied the last spot in the relegation zone.
West Ham United 2-0 Crystal Palace
31 January 1984
After a 1-1 draw just three days earlier, West Ham and Crystal Palace met at the Boleyn Ground to replay their FA Cup fourth round tie.
Dave Swindlehurst had scored the Hammers' goal at Selhurst Park as the two sides could not be separated over the first 90 minutes.
There was no such problem for the home side second time around, however, as goals from Geoff Pike and Bobby Barnes ensured progression to the fifth round.
West Ham United 4-0 Crystal Palace
28 October 1972
West Ham maintained their unbeaten home record with a convincing win over the visiting Crystal Palace.
A double from Trevor Brooking and one each for Bryan Robson and John McDowell did the damage as the Hammers strolled to success.
West Ham would go onto finish sixth whilst Palace were relegated after finishing in 21st place.
West Ham United 2-1 Crystal Palace
8 November 1969
After five games without a win West Ham finally scored maximum points when they saw off the Eagles at the Boleyn Ground in front of over 31,000 fans.
Two familiar faces got their names on the scoresheet to fire the Hammers to victory, with the prolific Geoff Hurst and Clyde Best netting.
A 0-0 draw between the sides later in the season proved crucial to Crystal Palace as they avoided relegation by just a single point.