West Bromwich Albion host West Ham United at the Hawthorns this Wednesday, with the away side in desperate need of all three points to qualify for next season’s Europa League.
The Baggies have already been relegated but showed last time out against Liverpool that they won’t be rolling over for anyone, as it took a remarkable goal from Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson Becker in the 95th minute for Jurgen Klopp’s side to win the game.
Whilst West Ham are just three points ahead of Everton in eighth place and four ahead of Arsenal in ninth. David Moyes will be hoping that his side can wrap up a place in Europe without and last day dramas.
West Brom have lost 20 matches this campaign, the second-most in the Premier League, whilst West Ham’s last win came against Burnley on 3rd May, where a Michail Antonio brace sealed all three points at Turf Moor for the Irons.
The last meeting between these two sides in the league was last January, which resulted in a 2-1 win for West Ham at the London Stadium, as goals from Jarrod Bowen and Antonio, either side of Matheus Pereira’s 51st-minute equaliser for the Baggies saw Moyes’ side emerge victorious.