Crystal Palace will be looking to keep their survival mission going this weekend when they host fellow struggling side, West Bromwich Albion at Selhust Park. Playing in front of their home crowd, Palace are not keen on snatching any other result aside from three points as another disappointing result can put them back in that bottom three seat of current English Premier League standings.
West Brom themselves are also targeting for all three points from that encounter as they are in need for that result since they're currently struggling to move their position from that relegation threat. Playing away from home won't stop the visitor from playing an attacking game as another disappointing result is not something they're keen on grabbing this Saturday, February 8.
It Palace that bagged maximum points from that weekend tie as they continue their survival mission on track with a comfortable 3-1 victory. The home side got themselves in front after only 15 minutes of play through Thomas Ince, before Joseph Ledley closing that first period with a two goals lead. West Brom pulled one back earl in the second half from Thievy Bifouma on 48, but Cystal Palace sealed all three points on that game thanks to a third goal from Marouane Chamkah who converted from the spot on 69 minutes.