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West Ham United vs Wolverhampton Predictions

England Premier League | London Stadium | 27th September
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West Ham vs Wolverhampton predictions for Sunday’s Premier League tussle at the London Stadium. Wolves travel to the capital aiming to beat West Ham for the fifth time on the bounce. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

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Wolverhampton to Win @ 21/20

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Wolverhampton 2-0 @ 9/1

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Raul Jimenez To Score Anytime @ 13/10

Reason For West Ham United vs Wolverhampton Predictions

  • Wolves beat West ham in each of the clubs’ last four meetings.
  • Wolves didn’t concede a single goal in that quartet of victories.
  • Wanderers won 2-0 when they last visited the London Stadium in June.
  • West Ham won just four of their last 17 Premier League home fixtures.

West Ham searching for first points

West Ham’s search for their first Premier League points of the new season continues when they take on a tough to topple Wolves outfit in the capital on Sunday.

Following a morale sapping 2-0 reverse at home to Newcastle on the opening weekend of the campaign, the Irons can count themselves a little unlucky to have not taken something from their trip to Arsenal last time out.

The Hammers racked up 14 attempts to the Gunners’ seven at the Emirates in an eventual 2-1 defeat, and though spirits were lifted with a 5-1 Carabao Cup win over Hull in mid-week, Premier League points are what West Ham crave the most.

Wolves hoping to bounce back

Wolves meanwhile are hoping to strike back following successive defeats at home in the Carabao Cup and Premier League to Stoke (0-1) and Manchester City (1-3) respectively.

Wanderers were 2-0 down to Pep Guardiola’s Citizens at half-time at Molineux on Monday evening, though some positives can be drawn from a spirited second half showing where they gave City a real run for their money.

Wolves’ performance at Sheffield United on the opening weekend of the season was a much more rounded one however, and Wanderers – who have now lost just twice in nine away assignments since January – have the tools to be dangerous visitors again on Sunday.

Wolves’ superb record against the Irons

With a record of two defeats from two already weighing them down, West Ham’s pre-match confidence is certain to take another hit when they glance at their recent head-to-head results from games against Wolves.

Since their return to the Premier League in 2018, Wanderers have been the dominant force in this fixture, winning each of their four encounters with West Ham without conceding a single goal.

As recently as June, during Project Restart, second half efforts from Raul Jimenez and Pedro Neto allowed Wolves to earn a 2-0 win over West Ham at the London Stadium, and powered by the confidence from their four-game winning streak against the Irons, Wanderers are the team worth backing again this weekend.

With just four wins from their last 17 Premier League games on their own patch, West Ham have long been overly generous hosts, and Wolves have already proved that they have the Hammers’ number.

Alongside our away win forecast, we like the look of a 2-0 Wolves correct score prediction. With four clean sheets on the bounce against the Irons, Wanderers have shown that they can keep West Ham at arm’s length, and having beaten David Moyes’ ailing side 2-0 in June, a repeat performance is within their capabilities.

Wolves’ Raúl Jiménez has scored four goals in his last six Premier League games, netting in both appearances so far this season. Jiménez has scored three goals in his last three Premier League games against West Ham for Wolves, including the opening goal in his side’s 2-0 win at the London Stadium last season.

West Ham injuries and team news

Issap Diop, Josh Cullen and Hammers boss David Moyes tested positive for COVID-19 in midweek and will not be present this weekend.

After impressive cup performances, Sebastien Haller, Robert Snodgrass, Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmolenko will all hope to feature in the league on Sunday.

Wolverhampton injuries and team news

New Wolves signing Nelson Semedo could slot straight in at right-wing back for Wolves on Sunday, which would allow Adama Traore to move further up the pitch.

Jonny is still a notable absentee on the other flank however, while summer arrival Marcal is also a doubt.

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