After an excellent opening day win in difficult circumstances against pumped up Premier League new boys Norwich, Crystal Palace now play their first home game of the season against Arsenal. Arsenal suffered a horrendous opening weekend, losing 2-0 at home to West Ham courtesy of goals from Cheikhou Kouyaté and Mauro Zarate. Goalkeeper Petr Cech will be looking to make amends after his personal horror show. It wasn't just the result that has caused consternation among Arsenal fans, it was the nature of the defeat that has given their fans greater food for thought. After suffering from indifferent home form last season - losing more times than any other club - Palace will be looking to start this campaign with a win, while any result other than a win for Arsenal will be considered a failure and will no doubt push them into another social media crisis. Under the watchful eye of Sky TV, in the early afternoon kick off that Arsenal have notoriously struggled with in the past, both teams will be looking at this game as three points well worth winning. In this article I take a look at what fans of both clubs and the watching neutral can expect to see; from the notoriously loud Selhurst crowd, to the tactics we can expect to see from (get rid of that are here and have from have very diff motivation such change to with?) two sides that are looking for the same result but have very different motivations.