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Wolves vs West Ham: Predictions
Wolves will be looking to turn the tide when they welcome West Ham to Molineux on Monday night, with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side currently on a concerning run of four games without a win, but they will take solace from their recent form against the Hammers, with the club losing just one of their last eight home league games against them.
The West Midlands club could yet make a late push for the European places, but it would take an impressive end-of-season run to restore parity with the current hegemony. Either way, Espirito Santo will want to ensure his side finish the campaign as strong as possible, and that means avenging September’s loss in the capital.
For David Moyes, he will be chuffed that his side are pushing for Europe themselves and not caught in the doldrums of relegation despair as they were last season, underpinning just how fantastic a job the Glaswegian is doing in east London.
The Hammers surrendered a three-goal lead against Arsenal just before the international break, but Moyes will be happy with a point against one of the traditional ‘Big Six’ and he will now want to follow up and consolidate his side’s position in fifth, ensuring they stay firmly in the top-four race.
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Wolves vs West Ham: Match Stats
Since making his debut for West Ham, no player in the Premier League has been involved in more goals than Jesse Lingard (seven, five goals and two assists), while he is also averaging a goal or an assist every 88 minutes, highlighting exactly why Gareth Southgate recalled him to the international fold.
The Man Utd loanee has been the adrenaline shot West Ham needed in mid-season, with the versatile forward injecting a new lease of life to Moyes’ frontline and bringing a fresh wave of impetus, which has kept the Hammers ticking along, and fiercely competitive in this tense top-four race.
27 Sep 2020 – West Ham 4-0 Wolves – Premier League
20 Jun 2020 – West Ham 0-2 Wolves – Premier League
04 Dec 2019 – Wolves 2-0 West Ham – Premier League
29 Jan 2019 – Wolves 3-0 West Ham – Premier League
01 Sep 2018 – West Ham 0-1 Wolves – Premier League
West Ham’s form against Wolves since the latter’s return to the Premier League in 2018 was simply diabolical prior to this season, losing four straight games (successive doubles) without finding the back of the net. Fans were expecting a similar result earlier this season having lost their opening two games, but Moyes stunned the division and sent ripples across the table as the Hammers pulled off a 4-0 triumph at the London Stadium, which threw down the gauntlet for a superb run of form that has culminated in the club currently lying fifth in the table and daring to dream of Europe.