Palace are currently second in the league but sit level on points with Fulham, both having played 19 matches.
Their last clash - also broadcast live by the club - saw the young Eagles triumph 4-0 over Southampton thanks to goals from Maliq Cadogan (two), Kevin Gonzalez and Kaden Rodney.
The lads will be looking for similar success against the 11th-placed Hammers, who they overcame 2-1 away from home in November.
Manager Paddy McCarthy has fielded the same XI which overcame the Saints bar one change: Jesurun Rak-Sakyi replacing Victor Akinwale in the lineup.
Palace: Whitworth, Thistleton, Sheridan, Quick, Adaramola, Steele, Rodney, Wells-Morrison, Cadogan, Rak-Sakyi, Omilabu.
Subs: Goodman, Ozoh, Gonzalez, Ola Adebomi, Akinwale.
How can I watch live?
The match will be streamed on Crystal Palace’s official YouTube channel, with coverage - including commentary, and analysis from Mark Bright - starting shortly before the 11:00 kick-off.
Stay tuned for team news later this morning!