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West Ham vs Luton Predictions, Tips and Odds: David Moyes bids London Stadium farewell

West Ham vs Luton Predictions, Tips and Odds

Luton’s Premier League status is on the line when they travel to the London Stadium to face a West Ham side who play their final home game under David Moyes. 

West Ham vs Luton predictions

West Ham vs Luton: Predictions

Bet Prediction Bookmaker odds
BTTS? Yes 12/25 with Unibet
Correct Score West Ham 2-1 Luton 17/2 with Bet365
First Goalscorer Jarrod Bowen 24/5 with Unibet

The stats behind our West Ham vs Luton predictions:

  • West Ham are without a clean sheet in their past seven home league matches.
  • Luton have lost each of their past five away league games.
  • Luton conceded the opening goal in their past three Premier League away games.

West Ham vs Luton match tip

Emerson 3+ Tackles @ 8/15 with SkyBet

There will be key battles all over the pitch in this one, and West Ham hopes Emerson comes out on top in his matchups. The Italian full-back has made 96 tackles in the Premier League so far this season, one of the highest tallies in the division. Averaging 2.98 tackles per 90 minutes, Emerson has made at least three tackles in each of his past five league matches.

The curtain falls on the Moyes era 

West Ham manager David Moyes has decided to leave the club after the conclusion of the current season. This comes after a humiliating 5-0 defeat to Chelsea, which was the final straw. Although Moyes helped the Hammers end their 43-year trophy drought by winning the Europa Conference League last season, there was speculation of him being sacked before that.

Despite surviving the rumours, West Ham’s performance has been inconsistent this season, and they have lost three out of their last four Premier League games (with one draw). They have also conceded five goals in their last two defeats against Crystal Palace (2-5) and Chelsea (0-5).

This is not the first time that the Hammers have conceded five or more goals in a single game this season; it has happened four times. The last time this occurred more than four times in a league season was in 1965-66 (six times). Furthermore, West Ham have conceded 70 Premier League goals this season, their joint-most in a single campaign along with 2010-11 when they finished bottom. They last conceded more in a league season in 1975-76 (71).

West Ham vs Luton odds


*Odds correct as of 18:30 on May 10. 18+ only. BeGambleAware.

Odds for this game are in West Ham’s favour. Although they are winless in their past five home league games, Luton have lost their last five on the road. The Hammers haven’t lost their final home league match in any of the last six seasons (W4 D2).

West Ham vs Luton team news

West Ham team news

In  Out Doubtful
Kalvin Phillips Konstantinos Mavropanos

Kalvin Phillips is West Ham’s only confirmed absentee, while Konstantinos Mavropanos will be hoping to return.

Top Scorer: Jarrod Bowen (16)

Card Magnet: Edson Alvarez (10)

Assist Ace: James Ward-Prowse, Vladimir Coufal (7)

Luton team news

In  Out Doubtful
Tom Lockyer, Issa Kabore, Marvelous Nakamba, Jacob Brown, Amari’i Bell, Dan Potts, Chiedozie Ogbene Mads Andersen

Injuries have been piling up at the wrong time for Luton, with at least five players ruled out for the remainder of the season. But they’ll hope to have Mads Andersen back for this one.

Top Scorer: Carlton Morris (10)

Card Magnet: Issa Kabore (7)

Assist Ace: Alfie Doughty (7)

How to watch West Ham vs Luton Live

West Ham’s game against Luton will take place on Saturday 11th May at 3pm, but will not be broadcast live in the UK.

West Ham vs Luton head-to-head

  • 1 September 2023 – Luton 1-2 West Ham – Premier League
  • 23 March 1994 – Luton 3-2 West Ham – FA Cup
  • 14 March 1994 – West Ham 0-0 Luton – FA Cup
  • 13 April 1993 – Luton 2-0 West Ham – Division 1
  • 28 December 1992 – West Ham 2-2 Luton – Division 1

West Ham’s controversial win at Kenilworth Road earlier this season ended a four-game winless run in this fixture — though those matches all came in the 90s.

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