West Ham vs Wolves: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
West Ham vs Wolves: Betting Offer
WEST HAM VS WOLVES: PREDICTIONS
Late drama condemned West Ham to a second straight defeat in the Premier League at the weekend as Arsenal scored at the death, and David Moyes will be desperate to avoid three losses on the bounce when his side welcomes Wolves to the capital on Sunday.
The Hammers have made a miserable start to the new Premier League campaign, following up an opening-day defeat to Newcastle with a 2-1 reversal at Arsenal, and next up is a Wolves side who have inflicted four straight defeats on them.
The immediate forecast looks bleak for the Hammers with Leicester City, Tottenham, Man City and Liverpool their next four opponents, so points against Wolves, who will want to bounce back themselves from defeat against City last time out, is simply crucial this weekend.
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WEST HAM VS WOLVES: TEAM STATS
Raul Jimenez has started the season like a house on fire, picking up from where he left off last term. The Mexican marksman already has two goals to his name in as many games, having netted against Sheffield United and Man City, as well as four goals in his last six Premier League games. Against West Ham he has scored three goals in his last three games, including the opener in Wolves’ 2-0 win at the London Stadium last campaign. He will be licking his lips.
Wolves boast a pretty formidable record against the Hammers since sealing promotion to the top-flight. In the last four meetings between these clubs, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have won on every occasion while also keeping a clean sheet in each game. Given the way West Ham are playing at the minute, expect that pattern of play to continue.
WEST HAM VS WOLVES: SQUAWKA SAYS
Scoreline Prediction: West Ham 0-2 Wolves
WEST HAM VS WOLVES: HEAD TO HEAD
20 June 2020 — West Ham 0-2 Wolves
04 December 2019 — Wolves 2-0 West Ham
29 January 2019 — Wolves 3-0 West Ham
01 September 2018 — West Ham 0-1 Wolves
09 January 2016 — West Ham 1-0 Wolves
Wolves have had the better of their London opponents in recent years, winning all four of the Premier League meetings between the two sides since they returned to the top divisions. What’s more, they haven’t even conceded a goal, so the Hammers have revenge to battle for here.