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 By PA Sport

Mile Jedinak incident at West Ham played down by Alan Pardew

Mile Jedinak signed for Crystal Palace in 2011.

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew says he will be "surprised" if the Football Association ban Mile Jedinak after the midfielder appeared to elbow West Ham striker Diafra Sakho on Saturday.

Jedinak struck Sakho in the face with his arm towards the end of Palace's 3-1 win at Upton Park but referee Mike Dean took no action during the game.

A retrospective punishment for violent conduct would see Jedinak suspended for four matches as the 30-year-old has already been sent off this season.

"I saw it...

 By Peter Thorne

West Ham struggle against Crystal Palace as Alex Song form dips

Alex Song
Alex Song's dip in form has followed that of West Ham.

This weekend, Alan Pardew returned to Upton Park with a rejuvenated Crystal Palace side and won 3-1 to consign West Ham to another defeat. With only one win in their last 10 Premier League games, the Hammers have slipped to ninth in the table and their early season form has completely deserted them.

This, though, was another odd game to sit alongside the recent matches that have ended so frustratingly. With 22 shots at goal, West Ham actually exceeded their season's best total and in a tense 20...

 By Nick Miller

West Ham must keep faith with Sam Allardyce amid poor run of form

Sam Allardyce's West Ham have won just once in the Premier League since the turn of the year.
Sam Allardyce is coming under heavy pressure after a run of one win in seven.

Life isn't brilliant for Sam Allardyce and West Ham at the moment. They haven't won in a month, have only secured one victory in their past ten Premier League games and in that time they also apologetically limped out of the FA Cup, beaten 4-0 by West Brom.

Little wonder there's the increasing sense that Allardyce will no longer be West Ham manager in the summer, when his contract expires, with apparently no discussion of a new deal from either Big Sam himself or club owners David Sullivan and David...