A win for West Ham would see them overtake Palace into 12th place and likely secure their place in the Premier League for another season.
If West Ham win this match, they would reach 37 points, which was the tally of the last club to be relegated in 2015/16 season.
There are six changes in the team news across both sides.
Wilfried Zaha is back for Crystal Palace for his first appearance since Gameweek 29.
Roy Hodgson makes four changes, reverting back to what looks like his strongest XI after rotating in midweek.
West Ham's two alterations are predictable, with Emerson Palmieri replacing Aaron Cresswell at left-back
and Pablo Fornals coming in for Said Benrahma further up the same flank.
The full line-ups for both teams are included in the news.
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