West Ham secured a fourth straight league win with a 3-2 victory over Liverpool in their last outing and will be itching to get back to action after the international break this weekend against Wolves. The match schedules for Saturday at the Molinuex, with kickoff at 6 pm.
West Ham will be full of confidence heading into the match at Molinuex on Saturday as they look to continue their impressive home run. However, they face a tough test away from high-flying Wolves and could see their winning streak end.
Though they have lost just three times in the league this season, the Hammers have drawn seven games, and 10 of their 15 encounters have seen both teams on the scoresheet.
The Wolves beat local rivals in their season opener in August, but they’ve failed to replicate that form against the top sides in this campaign.
Ruben Neves was instrumental in their early-season triumph over Newcastle United with his brilliant free-kick effectively sealing the three points for Wolves.
West Ham takes on Wolves here and travels to the Midlands, victorious in six of their last eight Premier League away games, including the corresponding fixture last season.
Since joining the top flight, wolves have been below par and host a team with a better record at Molineux, a better home record, and a far superior defense.
Wolves vs West Ham Head to Head
Both sides have 11 games against each other with each side taking five wins and one draw. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
- Crystal Palace 0-2 Wolves
- Wolves 2-1 Everton
- Leeds 1-1 Wolves
- Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves
- Wolves 2-1 Newcastle
- West Ham 3-2 Liverpool
- Genk 2-2 West Ham
- Aston Villa 1-4 West Ham
- West Ham 0-0 Man City
- West Ham 1-0 Tottenham
Wolves Team News
We expect a change in Bruno Lages to pave the way for Kilman, Coady, and Saiss to start on a back three. In addition, Podence sets to join Jimenez and Hwee-Chang in the attack.
West Ham Team News
West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen has been in fine form for The Hammers, well recently as he returned to the starting line-up this week after a shoulder injury.
In his last five games, Bowen has picked up four goals and two assists. At £6.2m, he might seem a little pricey for us right now, but from what we can see from his performances, he looks like a real threat.
Prediction and Odds
We can expect the opponent’s good away form to give them another win this weekend.
- West Ham Win
- Goals Over 2.5
- Bowen to Score