West Ham United VS Arsenal Match Prediction

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Our Prediction Tip

West Ham United will win this match.

Arsenal won the reverse fixture back on 19th September, goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah cancelling out Michail Antonio’s equaliser for the Hammers. Arsenal have the far better record over West Ham in head-to-heads  since their first meeting in 1906, the Hammers have only beaten the Gunners twice in all competitions since the 2006/2007 season.

West Ham United vs Arsenal Recommended bets with odds

West Ham are narrow outsiders with 10Bet and can be backed to win at 37/20
Both teams to score and the game to finish in a draw has been set at 100/30 with Betway
Michail Antonio is 2/1 to score anytime with 10Bet

West Ham United vs Arsenal Predictions

We expect West Ham to return to winning ways after slipping up against both of the Manchester sides in recent weeks. Arsenal will be no push over though and we expect both sides to score.

Correct score prediction: West Ham United 2-1 Arsenal

West Ham Predicted Starting Line-up

Expected Line-up: 4-2-3-1

Arsenal Predicted Starting Line-up

Expected Line-up: 4-2-3-1

Although they have lost two of their last three games, West Ham were against the top two sides in the division and lost both by only one goal. At home, they have won their last three games and will go into this fixture with genuine belief that they can defeat Arsenal. The Gunners on the other hand have been inconsistent on their travels all season, winning and losing six games. However, they will certainly have taken confidence from last week’s North London victory over Spurs.
West Ham's home record is second only to runaway leaders Manchester City

West Ham United will go into this game in 5th position with the knowledge that a victory would open up a 10 point gap between them and Arsenal in 10th. A win would also see them go level on points with Chelsea in the final Champions League spot, something that would have been unthinkable for David Moyes’ side at the start of the season. Mikel Arteta’s team have been in better form over recent weeks and find themselves only 4 points behind arch-rivals Spurs in 8th. The Premier League match takes place on March 21st and the live action at the kicks off at the London Stadium at 15:00 local time.