Derby vs West Ham: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
West Ham travel to Derby County on Monday night in the FA Cup fourth round (7.45pm kick-off, UK time).
Derby vs West Ham: Betting tips
- Said Benrahma to have over two shots on target @10/1 with William Hill
- Tomas Soucek to commit two or more foul @11/10 with Paddy Power
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Derby vs West Ham: Predictions
Derby vs West Ham: Predictions
|BTTS?||Yes||10/11 with Bet UK|
|Correct score||1-1||27/5 with Midnite|
|First Goalscorer||Jarrod Bowen||19/4 with Betway|
The Hammers were on a six-game winless run when they travelled to Brentford in the previous round. Defeat against a heavily-rotated Bees could have spelled the end of Moyes’ tenure, but they manage to edge their Premier League counterparts and avoid further drama.
Since then Moyes has defeated Everton to allay some of the immediate pressure, but he will be desperate to avoid another cup exit to lower-tier opposition — exiting to Blackburn in the EFL Cup — when he takes on Derby, a club against whom he has a 100% record (three wins from three in his career).
The Rams have endured a club-threatening few years after tumbling down to League One, entering administration, and suffering various points deductions along the way. But, the instability that has plagued the club in recent times seems to have subsided this campaign, with Paul Warne galvanising his side and setting them on a 14-game unbeaten run — the kind of streak that makes this fixture ripe for a potential upset.
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Derby vs West Ham match stats
Consistency issues have long been a bone of contention among West Ham fans when it comes to Said Benrahma, but he has been one of the club’s better performers this campaign. It was his goal in the previous round against former club Brentford that decided the tie, while he has also registered the most shots on target in the Premier League this season among West Ham players (13). Such potency up top should serve the club well on Monday night.
For Derby, David McGoldrick has been their biggest threat with nine goals in League One this season. In fact, the 35-year-old has once before appeared against West Ham in the FA Cup, and he actually scored when Nottingham Forest lost 3-2 back in 2011 at Upton Park. Conor Hourihane will be the player most like to set McGoldrick up; the former Aston Villa midfielder has 49 chances in League One this season, the fifth-most in the division.
Derby vs West Ham: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Derby 1-1 West Ham
Recommended bet7:45 pm Monday January 30
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Derby vs West Ham head-to-head
31 Dec 2011 – Derby 2-1 West Ham – Championship
26 Nov 2011 – West Ham 3-1 Derby – Championship
19 Apr 2008 – West Ham 2-1 Derby – Premier League
10 Nov 2007 – Derby 0-5 West Ham – Premier League
23 Jan 2005 – West Ham 1-2 Derby – Championship
These clubs last met in the Championship in December 2011, with Nigel Clough’s men running out 2-1 victors against Sam Allardyce’s side. Callum Ball and Paul Green got the goals for the hosts to cancel out Frank Nouble’s strike for the Hammers.