Here is how Crystal Palace and West Ham United will line up for this afternoon’s match at Selhurst Park...
Crystal Palace starting XI: Speroni; Ward, Hangeland, Kelly, Delaney; Bolasie, Jedinak, Ledley, Bannan; Chamakh, Campbell
Subs: Hennessey, Mariappa, McCarthy, O'Keefe, Williams, Murray, Gayle.
West Ham United starting XI: Adrian; O'Brien, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell; Vaz Te, Kouyate, Noble, Downing; Zarate, Cole.
Subs: Jaaskelainen, Demel, Poyet, Morrison, Diame, Valencia, Sakho
It's another London derby for both Crystal Palace and West Ham United as the two sides meet today at Selhurst Park.
Palace's turbulent start to the new season saw Tony Pulis leave the club despite having performed miracles to keep the Eagles in the Premier League. A row over the available transfer budget between Pulis and chairman Steve Parish means Keith Millen takes charge once again, following the breakdown of moves for both Malky Mackay and Tim Sherwood.
Millen was in the dugout on the opening day of the season as he saw his Palace side fall to a late Aaron Ramsey winner against Arsenal, and they face another local rival in West Ham - who also lost a London derby to a late goal last weekend.
Sam Allardyce's side lost to an injury time goal from Spurs defender Eric Dier in an action packed affair at Upton Park, which saw James Collins red carded in the second half - who misses today's game.
Striker Enner Valencia continues on the bench despite his £12m move from Pachuca this summer, but Argentine star Mauro Zarate will be looking to impress upon his return to Premier League football after a successful spell with Birmingham in 2008.