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While Slaven Bilic's West Ham United pulled off a surprise win against Tottenham Hotspur in midweek, their visit to Crystal Palace on Saturday still carries  a considerable amount of pressure.

The Croatian boss staved off calls for his sacking after his side produced an inspired second half turnaround in the Carabao Cup, but those calls will return in abundance if the Irons fail to defeat their lowly opposition at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

André Ayew bagged a brace in midweek, so it would be hard to envisage Bilic dropping the Ghanaian for this one.

Andy Carroll was a handful for the Spurs defence so he will probably remain in the starting XI, meaning Javier Hernandez will be forced out on to the left wing.

Michail Antonio isn't expected to be fit for the trip to South London, meanwhile, Mark Noble will keep his place in midfield after an impressive performance at Wembley.

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