Was beaten by Dikcagoi's header by Carroll was on hand to clear off the line. Had little chance of keeping out Jedinak's penalty.
Sliced a clearance early on but fortunately it went straight into the arms of Adrian. Offered little quality going forward and brought down Jerome for Palace's penalty.
Was posed few questions by Jerome and always looked for Noble as the first outlet.
Had a difficult time up against Bolasie in the early exchanges and the Palace winger didn't let up all game. Constantly stayed at right-back and offered nothing going forward. Booked.
Had a comfortable afternoon alongside Reid as Jerome was given little service. Often helped double up with McCartney to try to contain the threat of Bolasie.
Played his usual role of screening the back four and looked comfortable in possession. Often opted to switch the play with a long ball but that was the extent of his capabilities.
Struggled to get into the game and link up with Carroll but was marshalled well by Jedinak.
Started on the right wing but couldn't get the better of Ward. Switched to his natural left side before the break and put in two excellent crosses, although Carroll was unable to capitalise. Stayed on the left for the start of the second half and showed blistering pace to put in another cross for Carroll, who wasted his chance. Replaced by Joe Cole.
An ineffective performance from the 27-year-old who failed to get the beating of either of Palace's full-backs. Brought off for Carlton Cole after 70 minutes.
Showed no signs of being the player who could inspire West Ham to an equaliser. Lacked directness and purpose, although his team-mates were equally culpable.
Kept Dikcagoi's effort off the line in the first half and that was the highlight of his effectiveness in either penalty area. Struggled to get the better of Dann and his rash decision-making led to two scuffed efforts in the second half. A poor display.
Tipped over Diame’s effort and showed excellent reactions to keep out Carroll’s first-half header. Was largely untroubled after the break much to the home crowd's annoyance.
Kept the ineffective Jarvis in check but had a harder challenge in stopping Downing from crossing the ball. Often resorted to pumping his clearances long rather than opting to find a team-mate.
Stood up superbly to the aerial test posed by Carroll, who showed no signs of being the striker England require at this summer's World Cup.
Played a key part in securing Palace's fifth straight win in the Premier League. Alongside Dann, Delaney was able to keep Carroll subdued and restrict West Ham's chances.
Easily dealt with Downing, who started on West Ham's right, and had the measure of Jarvis when he switched flanks. Another solid outing.
Kept in line with Palace's midfield discipline but was unable to connect with Jerome, who looked isolated at times.
Kept Nolan extremely quiet and was responsible for breaking up a few of West Ham's potential counters in the first half. His penalty was struck well and gave Adrian no chance of saving.
Didn't get his usual flurry of goalscoring chances but worked well alongside Mariappa to ensure Jarvis and Downing had little to work with.
Didn't see as much of the ball as his fellow midfielders but was equally as responsible for Palace's impressive organisation through the middle which gave West Ham little room for manoeuvre.
Showed excellent skill down Palace’s left flank, dribbled with purpose at every opportunity and gave McCartney problems all afternoon. Constantly looked Palace's brightest outlet.
Had a difficult afternoon as Palace were forced to soak up West Ham's pressure. Always hassled Reid and Tomkins where he could and won the penalty after drawing the foul from Armero.