Wolverhampton Wanderers VS West Ham United Match Prediction
This will be the 66th meeting between the sides since their first game in 1905. Overall, West Ham United have won 30 compared to Wolverhampton Wanderers’ 22, which isn’t a bad return for Wolves considering they only first managed to beat the Hammers at the thirteenth time of asking in 1960. West Ham ran out easy winners back in September, romping to a 4-0 win at the London Stadium with goals from Jarrod Bowen (2), an own-goal from Raul Jimenez and a last minute effort from Sebastien Haller.
West Ham are favourites and can be backed at 8/5 with 10Bet to win
Wolves to fail to score has been set at 13/8 with Betway
Michail Antonio is 12/5 with 10Bet to score at any time
West Ham haven’t returned home from Molineux with three points since 2009 and this may be their best opportunity to do so again. Wolves, who had played with so much confidence and fluidity in recent seasons, have really looked a shadow of their former selves as the swagger has ebbed away. We expect David Moyes’ side to have too much in all departments and to get their bid for a top four spot back on track.
Neither Wolves in 13th position, or the Hammers in 5th, come into this game in strong form. The home side haven’t won a game in their last four, leaving Wolverhampton nervously looking over their shoulders and West Ham, who have won only one of their last four, are now reassessing those Champions League aspirations. A win for either will be just the tonic. The Premier League match takes place on April 5 and the live action at Molineux kicks off at 20:15 local time.