Lineups

West Ham United

( 3-4-3 )

  • 1. Ł. Fabiański

  • 3. A. Cresswell

  • 21. A. Ogbonna

  • 24. R. Fredericks

    49'
  • 26. A. Masuaku

  • 4. F. Balbuena

  • 30. M. Antonio

    88'
  • 18. Pablo Fornals

  • 28. T. Souček

  • 41. D. Rice

  • 20. J. Bowen Goal Goal

    88'

Substitutes

  • 35. D. Randolph

  • 16. M. Noble

    88'
  • 10. M. Lanzini

  • 31. B. Johnson

    49'
  • 8. Felipe Anderson

  • 7. A. Yarmolenko

  • 22. S. Haller Goal

    88'

England - Premier League

51' C. Coady 51' Yellow Card 51'  C. Coady 17' J. Bowen 17' Goal 17'   Bowen J. Bowen 57' J. Bowen 57' Goal 57'   Bowen J. Bowen 66' R. Jiménez 66' Own Goal 66'   Jimenez R. Jiménez 90' S. Haller 90' Goal 90'   Haller S. Haller
West Ham United

West Ham United

4 - 0

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolverhampton Wanderers

  • 17
    1 - 0
  • HT
    1 - 0
  • 57
    2 - 0
  • 66
    3 - 0
  • 90
    4 - 0
  • Date: 27/09/2020
  • Time: 19:00
  • Venue: London Stadium
  • Referee: Martin Atkinson
Premier League Betting Tips: West Ham v Wolves

Date published: 9/25/2020 6:13:34 PM

Premier League Betting Tips: West Ham v Wolves

Sunday evening’s Premier League match takes place in East London as West Ham and Wolves look to bounce back from defeats last week.

West Ham have done well in the Carabao Cup and have made it to the fourth round next week, but they’re still searching for their first points of the new Premier League season. They’ve lost to Newcastle and Arsenal so far, and put in a much better performance in their narrow 2-1 defeat to the latter last weekend. 

 

The visitors, meanwhile, have had a mixed start. They cruised to a 2-0 win over Sheffield United in their opener, scoring both goals early and comfortably seeing it out, but lost 3-1 to Manchester City on Monday evening and were blown away by Pep Guardiola’s men in the first half before making a decent fight of it after the break. 

 

Wolves tend to keep things tight away from Molineux. Each of their last six Premier League away games have featured two goals or fewer. Paddy Power price under 2.5 goals at 13/20 here, while they have a Power Price promotion with boosted odds of 10/3 for dangermen Jarrod Bowen & Adama Traore to have 1 or more shots on target each

 

Wolves have enjoyed themselves against the Hammers in recent seasons, doing the double over them in each of the last two seasons since their promotion in 2018. On each of those occasions they’ve kept a clean sheet, and the aggregate score over the four matches stands at 8-0. 

 

We recommend backing Wolves to win here. Nuno Espirito Santo’s men had a strong spell against Manchester City on Monday evening and might have taken something from the game if they were more clinical in front of goal. A narrow 1-0 away victory is priced at 6/1 with Betfair Sportsbook

 

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • Premier League
  • Round 3
  • London Stadium
  • Martin Atkinson
  • 27 Sep, 19:00

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Lineups

West Ham United
(3-4-3)
Wolverhampton Wanderers
(3-4-3)
  • 1. Ł. Fabiański

  • 3. A. Cresswell

  • 21. A. Ogbonna

  • 24. R. Fredericks

    49'
  • 26. A. Masuaku

  • 4. F. Balbuena

  • 30. M. Antonio

    88'
  • 18. Pablo Fornals

  • 28. T. Souček

  • 41. D. Rice

  • 20. J. Bowen Goal Goal

    88'

Substitutes

  • 35. D. Randolph

  • 16. M. Noble

    88'
  • 10. M. Lanzini

  • 31. B. Johnson

    49'
  • 8. Felipe Anderson

  • 7. A. Yarmolenko

  • 22. S. Haller Goal

    88'
  • 11. Rui Patrício

  • 16. C. Coady Yellow Card

  • 15. W. Boly

  • 12. Rúben Vinagre

  • 22. Nélson Semedo

    73'
  • 27. R. Saïss

  • 8. Rúben Neves

  • 28. João Moutinho

    73'
  • 7. Pedro Neto

  • 9. R. Jiménez

  • 37. Adama Traoré

    62'

Substitutes

  • 21. J. Ruddy

  • 2. K. Hoever

    73'
  • 49. M. Kilman

  • 0. M. Shabani

  • 20. Vitinha

    73'
  • 32. L. Dendoncker

  • 17. Fábio Silva

    62'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs West Ham United

This is a very close match-up.
In 10,000 simulations Wolverhampton Wanderers won 33.5%, West Ham United won 29.7% and there was a 36.8% chance of a draw.
Overall, the average simulation score is Wolverhampton Wanderers 0.8 to West Ham United 0.8.
In simulation wins, Wolverhampton Wanderers averages 7.7 shots and 2.7 shots on goal.
They average 1.7 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.2 in simulation losses.
When West Ham United wins they average 8.1 shots and 3.2 shots on goal.
They average 1.6 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.3 in simulation losses.

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    West Ham United 4 - 0 Wolverhampton Wanderers - Match Report

    Date published: 9/27/2020 10:30:47 PM

    West Ham give self-isolating David Moyes a lift with crushing win over Wolves

    The Hammers were 4-0 winners in the Premier League contest.

    Jarrod Bowen scored twice as West Ham kick-started their Premier League season with a thumping 4-0 victory over Wolves.

    Tomas Soucek and Sebastien Haller were also on target as the Hammers, beaten in their first two matches, finally got off the mark to give their self-isolating manager David Moyes a lift.

    West Ham have begun the season in even more disarray than usual following positive coronavirus tests for Moyes and two of his players.

    A lack of recruitment in the transfer market this summer is another sore point but it was Moyes’ two January signings, Bowen and Soucek, who did the damage before record-buy Haller supplied the late fourth.

    Assistant Alan Irvine again took over on the touchline with Moyes relaying instructions by telephone to coach Stuart Pearce from in front of his television.

    Match Highlights

    Moyes, who said in his programme notes that he has has no symptoms, will have been cheered by Bowen’s 17th-minute opener.

    Pablo Fornals caught Wolves napping with a quickly-taken free-kick on the halfway line which sent Bowen scampering away down the right wing.

    The former Hull winger still had plenty to do, but he cut inside Romain Saiss onto his left foot and curled a delightful shot past Rui Patricio and inside the far post.

    West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Premier League – London Stadium
    Jarrod Bowen celebrates his opener (Frank Augstein/PA)

    With Wolves strangely subdued West Ham should have been at least three up by the interval with the chances they created.

    Patricio got down well to prevent Michail Antonio doubling the lead, and then twice superbly denied Soucek from close range before Fornals missed a gift-wrapped chance.

    Patricio pushed Antonio’s fierce low shot out to the feet of Fornals but the Spaniard crashed his shot high over an unguarded net.

    They were almost made to pay a minute before half-time when Ruben Neves took aim but Lukasz Fabianski made a diving save.

    Wolves began the second half with more attacking intent, with debutant Nelson Semedo a lively presence at wing-back.

    West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Premier League – London Stadium
    Alan Irvine had a satisfying evening while Nuno Espirito Santo saw his Wolves team well beaten (Frank Augstein/PA)

    But they were undone on the break again as Antonio raced down the left before squaring the ball to Fornals.

    His low shot came back off the foot of the far post and Bowen was on hand to tap in the rebound.

    West Ham had previously not scored a single goal against Wolves since Nuno Espirito Santo’s side returned to the Premier League.

    By the 66th minute they had three, Soucek getting in on the act with a glancing header at the near post from Aaron Cresswell’s corner.

    Substitute Haller completed the scoring in stoppage time when he headed in Arthur Masuaku’s cross.

    Lineups

    Wolverhampton Wanderers

    ( 3-4-3 )

    • 11. Rui Patrício

    • 16. C. Coady Yellow Card

    • 15. W. Boly

    • 12. Rúben Vinagre

    • 22. Nélson Semedo

      73'
    • 27. R. Saïss

    • 8. Rúben Neves

    • 28. João Moutinho

      73'
    • 7. Pedro Neto

    • 9. R. Jiménez

    • 37. Adama Traoré

      62'

    Substitutes

    • 21. J. Ruddy

    • 2. K. Hoever

      73'
    • 49. M. Kilman

    • 0. M. Shabani

    • 20. Vitinha

      73'
    • 32. L. Dendoncker

    • 17. Fábio Silva

      62'