Here is how Crystal Palace and West Ham will line up for today's clash...
Alan Pardew takes on his former club this afternoon as West Ham visit Selhurst Park.
Pardew has impressed in charge of Palace, and will be looking to get one over the Hammers having left Upton Park back in 2006.
Today, Pardew is able to call upon a virtually full strength line-up, though Joel Ward remains an absentee through injury.
Key players such as Yohan Cabaye, Yannick Bolasie and James McArthur all start today, whilst Pardew also has a strong bench at his disposal too.
Bakary Sako, Patrick Bamford, Fraizer Campbell and Mile Jedinak can all make an impact as substitutes, giving Pardew plenty of options.
Their opponents West Ham have a superb away record in the Premier League this season, with wins over Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City already.
Manager Slaven Bilic will be hoping to add another away win to that list, but is without star defender Winston Reid this afternoon.
James Collins starts in defence alongside James Tomkins, whilst former Palace youth product Victor Moses returns to face the Eagles this afternoon.
Centre back Angelo Ogbonna steps up his return from injury with a place on the bench, whilst striker Andy Carroll is also available as a substitute this afternoon.
- Wayne Hennessey
- Scott Dann
- Brede Hangeland
- Martin Kelly
- Pape Souaré
- Yannick Bolasie
- Yohan Cabaye
- James McArthur
- Jason Puncheon
- Wilfried Zaha
- Dwight Gayle
Substitutes: Alex McCarthy, Damien Delaney, Mile Jedinak, Joe Ledley, Bakary Sako, Patrick Bamford, Fraizer Campbell.
- James Collins
- Aaron Cresswell
- Carl Jenkinson
- James Tomkins
- Cheikhou Kouyaté
- Manuel Lanzini
- Victor Moses
- Mark Noble
- Dimitri Payet
- Diafra Sakho
Substitutes: Darren Randolph, Angelo Ogbonna, Pedro Obiang, Andy Carroll, Nikica Jelavic, Enner Valencia, Mauro Zárate.