West Ham Betting Odds: Will Moyes’ men make the top four?

After their stunning start to the Premier League season, we take a look at the latest odds surrounding West Ham United and whether the bookies think they can book a spot in next season’s Champions League.

It’s been a terrific season so far for West Ham United, not just in the Premier League but also in the EFL Cup, where they have made it to the final eight stage and in the Europa League, where they remain unbeaten with three wins and one draw to their name so far.

So as we head into the international break on the back of another stunning Hammers performance resulting in a 3-2 victory over previously unbeaten Liverpool, we take a look at the latest odds on David Moyes’ men for the top four, the title and for a few individual awards as well.

All odds correct at the time of writing

West Ham Top Four Odds

For a team currently sitting in third place after 11 games played, odds of 37/10 with SBK for a top four finish may seem a little long, but you can at least understand the reasoning here.

Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool are all expected to finish in the top three, leaving little room for missed chances for any team wanting to make the top four and the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and even Tottenham Hotspur since hiring Antonio Conte will see that as an achievable target come May.

There is also the question of whether David Moyes’ squad is big enough to handle challenging for a top four spot while also continuing their Europa League campaign which looks set to continue into the group stages. But either way, this looks set to be a supremely exciting season for the Hammers.

West Ham Top Six Odds

Perhaps the Top Six target is a more achievable one for Moyes’ men and it would secure European football for another season at least.

As above though, there is plenty of competition for a top six spot and even the likes of high-flying Brighton & Hove Albion may not see the top six as beyond them this season. That being said, the Hammers form has convinced the bookmakers that they’re now odds on for a top six spot at 8/11 with William Hill.

West Ham Title Odds

Well this one may seem realistic, but in a post-Leicester City world, who knows? Leicester were as far out as 5000/1 to win the Premier League title back in 2016 and if the Hammers can keep up their astonishing form this season, they may be the next team to shock the footballing world.

Of course, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool all likely to have more consistency and strength in depth, it seems highly unlikely that Moyes’ men can keep the pace but if you fancy a speculative punt, you can get odds of 55/1 with Paddy Power.

West Ham Without Big Six Odds

Now this is a market that, at this point, West Ham will feel is theirs to lose. The ‘without big six’ market takes Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur out of the betting and as things stand, West Ham are 8/11 favourites to win in this market, again with William Hill.

Their closest competitors are Leicester City, Brighton & Hove Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers but in the current ‘without big six’ table, the Hammers are sitting pretty with a six point gap over the Seagulls in 2nd.

Michail Antonio Golden Boot odds

It’s remarkable now to think that Michail Antonio was ever a winger. With his physical presence, deadly shooting and aerial ability, Antonio has proven himself to be an incredible effective centre forward under David Moyes’ leadership and he could be in the hunt for the golden boot this season in the Premier League.

Although his current total of six goals is being eclipsed by Mohamed Salah’s 10, there is still plenty of time for the Jamaican international to play catch-up, although with the likes of Jamie Vardy and Cristiano Ronaldo also in the running, odds of 33/1 with Bet365 are probably fair.

Declan Rice Player of the Year Odds

Still only 22 years old, Declan Rice has gone from strength to strength in his West Ham career so far and appears to be improving with every game, which will no doubt have alerted any of Europe’s top clubs who are looking to bolster their midfield options next summer.

If the Hammers are to beat the odds and remain in the top few positions of the table, they will need to rely on Rice’s quality in the middle of the park and the current odds of 25/1 at Bet365 on him winning the PFA Player of the Year may start to tumble.

READ MORE:

Premier League tips and predictions
Current Premier League top scorers list
Premier League winner odds: Outright market

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