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West Ham United vs Wolverhampton Predictions

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Wolverhampton Double Chance (Win or Draw)

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Draw 1-1

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Tip Reasoning

  • West Ham have won once in their last five league games
  • The Hammers have only beaten the bottom two across their last five at home
  • Wolves have won seven and drawn two of their 13 away trips
  • The visitors have won four of their last five on the road

Late blow for Wolves

Having led late-on at the Emirates, it was a bitter blow for Wolves to concede twice as they slumped to a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal. That was one of two vital trips for Wolves as they battle to take up a place in the top four.

With 10 minutes to play on Thursday night Wolves were above West Ham and Arsenal, leaving them just three-points shy of the final Champions League spot. However, they slipped back down to seventh after that late double-salvo from the Gunners. Will Wolves see their top-four hopes dashed again on Sunday?

Hammers can’t keep the pace

West Ham sit sixth in the top-flight, having lost ground on their rivals in recent weeks. The hosts have won just once across their last five league games, dropping points against Newcastle and Leicester in their last two.

The Hammers’ only wins across their last five home league games were both against the bottom two, having suffered defeats to Southampton, Leeds and drawn with the Magpies. They’ve won only six of 13 home games this term, so Wolves should be confident of getting something from this trip.

Wolves to bounce back

While Wolves dropped points in the capital on Thursday, they impressed with their performance. They come into this clash having won four of their last five trips, a run which includes victories at Man United and Tottenham.

It’s hard to make much of a case for the Hammers at the minute given their form and we’re confident that Wolves can build on a solid record away from home. The visitors have won seven and drawn two of their 13 trips this term, making Wolves double chance look like the best value option.

West Ham have seen both teams score in 17 games this term, which is a league high. Given that Wolves have conceded exactly once in five of their last seven matches, I’m backing a 1-1 draw as my correct score prediction.

West Ham predicted lineup: Fabianski; Johnson, Dawson, Zouma, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice; Bowen, Fornals, Benrahma; Antonio

Wolves predicted lineup: Sa; Kilman, Coady, Saiss; Semedo, Dendoncker, Neves, Marcal; Hee-Chan, Jimenez, Neto

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