Wolves vs West Ham
English Premier League
Date: Monday, 5th April 2021
Kick off at 20:15 UK/ 21:15 CET
Venue: Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton).
Wolves have been struggling lately and have gone their last 4 games without a win. Their last victory came against Leeds six weeks ago.
The home side are in 13th place and with 35 points they should be safe this season and maybe another 4 points from their remaining 27 would seal the job.
West Ham have had an incredible season for them and are in the top six with 49 points, they would go 4th with a win here so this is a huge game for the Hammers.
Recent form has not been good with just 1 win in their last four and for a club so solid this season they might be having some nerves with the position they are in.
Still their recent 2 defeats did come against both Manchester teams and it was away from home so that can be expected. The Hammer’s last game ended in a classic 3-3 draw against Arsenal although it would have felt like a loss given that they were 3-0 in front at one point.
Away from home West Ham have won six from 14 games but have lost their last two in a row. They have scored 19 goals away which is the same record as Chelsea.
Wolves vs West Ham: Head to Head
- Last season Wolves won this fixture 2-0.
- Earlier in the season in the reverse fixture West Ham won 4-0.
- West Ham have not beaten Wolves away from home since 2009.
Wolves vs West Ham: Prediction
Wolves are a very good side but have not been themselves this season and have only looked good in small moments. No doubt the loss of Raul Jimenez for what looks like the rest of the season has had an impact.
West Ham have looked electrifying and brilliant and perhaps the break has done them well as their form was going down hill. They dealt very well with Wolves in the earlier season game and we think they can do the same again.
The Hammers are very good value and we think there can also be goals in this game and we will back the away side to win.
Wolves vs West Ham: Bet Tips:
West Ham to beat Wolves at 2.75 (7/4)
Anytime goalscorer: Michail Antonio of West Ham at 3.25 (9/4).