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Preview | October 1

West Ham United-Wolverhampton Wanderers

Bottom of the table clash at the London Stadium.

Respite is on the cards for one of these Premier League strugglers when 18th place West Ham and 17th place Wolves come to blows. The Hammers will be bullish about beating Wolves at home because they were 1-0 victors the last time they met in the Premier League. The larger history between these sides has been more competitive. In their last twelve league meetings, West Ham have five victories to Wolves' six.

West Ham | LLDWL | 18th | Top Scorer: M. Antonio (1)

A combination of West Ham's good run and other teams dropping points, has meant West Ham have risen to 18th in the table. Few attacks and few goals are expected in this encounter. With West Ham's average xG (expected goals) at just 0.8 per match and Wolves only scoring 2 times in their last 5 games, a bore draw is a strong possibility. Declan Rice will be leaned on for chance creation. He leads the way with 1 assists this season (28th in the EPL).

Wolves | LWDDL | 17th | Top Scorer: Daniel Podence (2)

Wolves currently sit 17th in the table and they'll look to pick up more points in this match. This may not be one for the neutral. Wolves are bottom 8 in the EPL in average xG (expected goals) at 0.9 per match, while their opponents West Ham come into the match having scored just 3 goals in their last 5 games. Rúben Neves has been their top shot-taker this season with 11 shots (30th in the EPL).

Prediction: West Ham 2-0 Wolves

West Ham's solid defence should be the foundation for another three points.

Did you know? The most goals conceded by West Ham at home in a Premier League match occurred in 2019, when the Hammers lost 0-5 to Man City.

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Report | September 18

Everton

1 - 0

West Ham United

Neal Maupay 53

Strong defensive display gives Everton the win.

After a goalless first half, Neal Maupay began the scoring for Everton in the 53rd minute after a set up by Alex Iwobi. This lone goal proved decisive, as Everton held on to beat West Ham and take all three points.

The Overview

  • The Toffees managed seven shots with their 53% possession, while the Hammers outperformed the competition with 14 attempts.
  • Although they got the win, the Toffees were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 29% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Demarai Gray posed a threat out wide all game, registering 11 crosses. The Toffees had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 462 completed passes compared to the Hammers' 390. They also did a good job of cutting off the supply to Michail Antonio, limiting him to only 17 touches.

Everton win to end their drawing streak. Meanwhile, It's another game, another loss for West Ham.

Top Performers

Asmir BegovićJarrod Bowen
Earned a clean sheetBlocked 3 shots (3rd in the Premier League)
Saved 4 shots9 crosses (22nd in the Premier League)

Both squads play next on Saturday, October 1st. Everton take on Southampton at St. Mary's, while West Ham face Wolves in a game where both teams will be desperate to come away with three points. Can this be the start of a winning streak for the Toffees? Will the Hammers get out of this rough patch?

Report | September 3

Chelsea

2 - 1

West Ham United

Ben Chilwell 76 Michail Antonio 62
Kai Havertz 88

Kai Havertz breaks West Ham hearts with last gasp winner.

Michail Antonio got the opener for West Ham in the 62nd minute. Chelsea's Ben Chilwell then responded with a tying goal in the 76th minute. Kai Havertz then netted an 88th minute strike to give Chelsea the win.

The Overview

  • The Blues had plenty of possession (69%) and racked up eight shots in total throughout the game.
  • The Hammers didn't generate enough chances, only mustering six total shots throughout the contest.
  • The scoreline could have been more impressive if the Blues had their shooting boots on, with their shot accuracy down at 38%.

The Details

Cucurella posed a threat out wide all game, registering 8 crosses. The Blues' technical superiority contributed to their win as they completed 351 more passes than the Hammers. For West Ham, Michail Antonio seemed off the pace defensively, committing 5 fouls in a frustrating game.

Chelsea are back in business as they take all three points. Meanwhile, West Ham's mixed form continues.

Top Performers

Ben ChilwellMichail Antonio
Assisted 1 goal1 goal scored
1 goal scoredDrew 1 foul (2nd on their team)

Next up, Chelsea take on Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday, September 10th. While West Ham meet Newcastle at the London Stadium on Sunday, September 11th. Can the Blues win again? Will the Hammers improve their form?

Report | August 31

West Ham United

1 - 1

Tottenham Hotspur

Tomáš Souček 55 Thilo Kehrer 34 [OG]

A point apiece for West Ham and Tottenham.

Thilo Kehrer opened up the scoring with a dreaded own goal, digging a hole for West Ham in the 34th minute. West Ham's Tomáš Souček retaliated with a tying goal in the 55th minute, but there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, leading to a share of the spoils.

The Overview

  • A point shouldn't disappoint the Hammers too much as they only had 38% possession in the game.
  • The teams created a similar amount of chances, with the Hammers registering 14 shots to Spurs' 13.

The Details

For Tottenham, Ivan Perišić didn't let the opposition rest, getting 8 crosses into the box. Spoils were shared at 90 minutes, but Spurs showed their superiority on the ball by completing 245 more passes than the Hammers.

West Ham's unpredictable form continues. Meanwhile, Tottenham's run of wins comes to an end.

Top Performers

Tomáš SoučekHarry Kane
1 goal scoredBlocked 3 shots (2nd in the Premier League)
2 interceptions (1st on their team)Took 5 shots (10th in the Premier League)

Both squads play next on Saturday, September 3rd. West Ham take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, while Tottenham prepare to do battle with fellow high-fliers Fulham. Can the Hammers do better next time? Will Spurs continue to climb the table?

Report | August 28

Aston Villa

0 - 1

West Ham United

Pablo Fornals 74

West Ham claim road win over Villa.

After being locked in a goalless stalemate for the first 45 minutes, Pablo Fornals began the scoring for West Ham in the 74th minute after a set up by Declan Rice. This lone goal proved decisive, as West Ham kept Villa out for the rest of the game to take the three points.

The Overview

  • The Hammers' shot total of 7 could have been improved if they'd had more than 42% of the possession.
  • The Villans didn't generate enough chances, only mustering nine total shots throughout the contest.
  • Although they got the win, the Hammers were wasteful in front of goal, only getting 29% of their total shots on target.

The Details

Pablo Fornals posed a threat out wide all game, registering 6 crosses, while Tomáš Souček put on a show, intercepting the ball 4 times. Positives for the Villans? Their superior passing game was clear for all to see; they completed 585 passes compared to the Hammers' 421.

Villa will hope this isn't the start of a losing streak. Meanwhile, West Ham finally end their run of losses.

Top Performers

Pablo FornalsLucas Digne
1 goal scored8 crosses (20th in the Premier League)
Took 2 shots (1st in the game)Drew 2 fouls (1st in the game)

Both squads play next on Wednesday, August 31st. Villa face a tough test against Arsenal, while there's no let up for West Ham as they’re faced with the prospect of a high-flying Liverpool side. Can the Villans get out of this rough patch? Will this be the start of a winning streak for the Hammers?

Report | August 21

West Ham United

0 - 2

Brighton & Hove Albion

Alexis Mac Allister 22 [PK]
Leandro Trossard 66

Brighton go home with all three points after win over West Ham.

Alexis Mac Allister began the scoring by capitalising from the penalty spot for Brighton in the 22nd minute. Brighton's Leandro Trossard added another in the 66th minute, and there was nothing between the teams for the remainder, resulting in a 2-0 win.

The Overview

  • It was an even battle for possession (51% vs 49%), but the Hammers created more chances, registering 13 attempts to the Seagulls' 11.
  • The Seagulls got the job done, but it should've been more comfortable considering their shot accuracy was only 18%.

The Details

Pascal Groß posed a threat out wide all game, registering 7 crosses. While the passing game was close, the Seagulls had a slight advantage, clocking up 481 completed passes compared to the Hammers' 466.

It's more misery for West Ham as they lose again. Meanwhile, Brighton get back to winning form.

Top Performers

Leandro TrossardRobert Sánchez
Blocked 3 shots (1st in the Premier League)Earned a clean sheet
Took 5 shots (7th in the Premier League)Saved 3 shots

Next up, West Ham meet Villa at Villa Park on Sunday, August 28th. While Brighton take on Leeds at the AMEX on Saturday, August 27th. Can the Hammers halt their terrible form? Will the Seagulls win again?


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