Albion and their rivals Crystal Palace meet once again tomorrow at Selhurst Park (2pm, Sky Sports).

The two sides have faced each other 103 times since their first meeting on Christmas Day 100 years ago.

Albion's record in those meetings is won 40, drawn 26 and lost 37.

There have plenty of memorable moments over the recent meetings and here are just some:

Ezequiel Schelotto and Wilfried Zaha’s clash:

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Although Schelotto is no longer at Albion, he left fans with this memory.

It took place in last season's clash at the Amex between the Seagulls and the Eagles in February.

The confrontation happened when Schelotto was warming up in the first half and Zaha was cupping his ears at the Seagulls fans due to the hostile reception he was receiving.

The ball had gone out of play and came towards Schelotto.

He proceeded to kick the ball at the Palace forward.

This led to Zaha confronting the full-back, who ended up getting booked despite not being on the pitch.

Schelotto then carried to aggravate Zaha by doing the cry baby gesture towards him, whilst he continued to warm up.

Zaha's miss:

In the same game, Zaha missed a chance to get on the scoresheet against Albion.

Zaha has been a thorn in Albion’s side scoring six goals in 12 appearances against them.

However, in stoppage time with Albion trying to get an equaliser in the game, Palace nicked the ball and managed to break.

Zaha broke with the ball and passed it to Cenk Tosun and the pair raced towards goal.

With the pair up against Ryan, Tosun laid the ball off to Zaha with an open goal.

But he could only hit the post, despite everyone in the Amex expecting the net to bulge.

Anthony Knockaert avoids a red card and goes on to score winner:

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This moment came in the clash at Selhurst Park on March 9, 2019.

The game had only just kicked off when former Albion winger Knockaert flew into a challenge with his studs up on Palace midfielder Luka Milivojevic.

Referee Craig Pawson was then left with a decision as to whether to send Knockaert off for the challenge.

But he took into account the rivalry and the fact it was the first minute and Knockaert was shown a yellow card.

The Frenchman went on to play a big part in the game scoring that stunning winner to give Albion a 2-1.

Leon Balogun scores with his first touch of the ball:

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Another former Albion player, Balogun will not forget this memory against Palace.

This moment happened in the clash at the Amex on December 4, 2018.

In the 28th minute, Albion won a corner, but referee Kevin Friend spotted an incident off the ball between Shane Duffy and Patrick Van Aanholt.

Duffy was sent off by Friend after putting his head towards Van Aanholt, who went down clutching his face after the contact.

Balogun was then brought on to replace Pascal Gross, who was sacrificed by Albion manager at the time Chris Hughton.

And three minutes later from that corner that was given by Friend, Balogun made an instant impact.

The corner was headed out to Balogun, who was level with the penalty spot and with his first touch, Balogun put the ball into the net on the half-volley.

Glenn Murray's winner in the FA Cup:

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The two sides were drawn against each other in the third round of the FA Cup in the 2017/18 season.

On January 8, 2018, the sides clashed at the Amex for a place in the fourth round and with the scores at 1-1 Murray provided a moment of controversy with his winner.

In the 87th minute, Solly March clipped a free-kick into the box and Shane Duffy headed the ball at the near post.

His header looped towards the back post where the falling Murray tapped home.

However, with VAR making its much-anticipated debut in the tie there were suspicions of whether the goal could be ruled out for a potential handball.

The replays showed that the ball had hit Murray’s thigh before then going close to his right arm.

And so the goal stood and Albion won 2-1.