Crystal Palace vs West Brom preview: What time does it start, what channel is it on and where can I watch it?

A look ahead to the Premier League fixture at Selhurst Park

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It’s a big game for...

Yannick Bolasie: The Congolese winger signed a new three-and-a-half year contract at Selhurst Park and he will be hoping to celebrate with a goal. Bolasie, who starred in a 1-0 win over Watford last week, has put to bed the rumour that he was on Spurs’ January transfer radar.

Best stat…

2: West Brom have only lost in the league at Selhurst Park twice since 1996.

Remember when…

Baggies midfielder Craig Gardner won the clubs’ Goal of the Season award for this?

Players to watch...

Sadio Berahino: The West Brom striker was labelled a ‘naughty child’ by boss Tony Pulis after stating that he would never play for the club again. Berahino has responded by scoring two goals in three Premier League games for the Baggies and is pushing towards another England call-up.

Yohan Cabaye: Palace arguably made the signing of the summer with France international Cabaye. The midfielder has scored twice since arriving at Selhurst Park from French giants PSG and he is making an impact in Alan Pardew’s midfield.

Past three-meetings…

Crystal Palace 0 West Brom 2 (Morrison, Gardner), Premier League, April 2015.

West Brom 2 (Anichebe, Berahino) Crystal Palace 2 (Hangeland, Jedinak), Premier League, October 2014

Crystal Palace 3 (Ince, Ledley, Chamakh) West Brom 1 (Koulossa), Premier League, February 2014.

Form guide…

Crystal Palace: WWLLWW 

West Brom: DWDWLL

Vital information…

Kick-off: Saturday, 12.45pm

TV: Live on BT Sport 1/Highlights on BBC