West Ham v Wolves Betting Tips & Predictions

Despite sitting in 18th place in the Premier League ahead of this weekend’s fixtures, West Ham are favourites for the visit of Wolves to the London Stadium.

Wolves reside in 17th place, just two points above West Ham.

Both David Moyes and Bruno Lage are under significant pressure heading into this one. A victory for either side would be a massive boost coming off the international break, while defeat will see serious questions asked about their job security. 

West Ham have won three of their last four against Wolves. Since Wolves’ return to the top flight, only one team has scored in each match between the sides at the London Stadium.

Winner: West Ham

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West Ham’s confidence isn’t as low as their league position might suggest thanks to some strong performances in the Europa Conference League. Wolves, on the other hand, are now on a run of one win in 13 league matches stretching back to last season.

Both teams have underachieved their expected numbers so far, but it’s much easier to have faith in West Ham considering their performances in Europe and results last season.

To Be Shown A Card: Diego Costa

11/4 (Bet365)

With Raul Jimenez and Sasa Kalajdzic sidelined, Diego Costa is in line to start after returning to full training prior to the break.

Costa hasn’t made a competitive appearance in 2022, but Premier League fans are very familiar with his combative style of play.

If anything, the time away from the top level will have made the former Chelsea man even fierier. He had three yellows in nine starts in the Brazilian top flight last year, following on from five yellows in 14 league starts for Atletico in 2020-21. 

Total Corners: Under 9.5 

23/20 (Unibet)

West Ham’s fixtures have averaged just 7.9 total corners. Wolves’ mark is 9.6. Both, though, are considerably below average when it comes to corners in their favour.

With just 28 corners combined over the last four meetings, this under represents good value at 23/20. 

All odds are subject to change

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