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Wolves vs West Ham Prediction & Betting Tips

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          Wolves vs West Ham Prediction & Betting Tips

          The Molineux hosts Wolves and West Ham this Saturday in the Premier League. Both sides are still in contention for European football next season, needing a big win this weekend.

          Date: 06/04/2024

          Kick off time: 15:00

          Location: Molineux

          The mid table has become extremely tight recently which makes this game a six point match for the winning team, giving them a better shot to be in some level of European football next season.

          Wolves currently sit tenth in the Premier League after 30 games. Wolves have 12 wins, five draws and 12 losses, leaving them on 42 points, two points above Chelsea and three points from seventh-place West Ham.

          In front of goal, Wolves have struggled this season, scoring just 43 goals in 30 games, giving them an average of 1.43 goals a game. Wolves have been better at the other end of the pitch, conceding 47 goals and keeping five clean sheets.

          West Ham sit just above Wolves in seventh in the Premier League. In 31 games, The Hammers have 12 wins, nine draws and ten losses which leaves them on 45 points.

          The Hammers have also been somewhat underwhelming in front of goal this season. In 31 games, West Ham have scored 50 goals, an average of 1.61 goals a game. West Ham have also struggled defensively this season, conceding 55 goals and keeping five clean sheets.

          Wolves and West Ham have met 72 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in the 1910 FA Cup. West Ham have the better record in the fixture with 34 wins in comparison to Wolves’ 24 wins, the other 14 games ending in a draw.

          The last five games in this fixture have seen three wins for West Ham and two wins for Wolves, with the last draw coming all the way back in 2010. This fixture rarely sees both teams on the scoresheet, with only one team on the scoresheet in the last five games.

          Match Result

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          Wolves to win @ 13/10
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          Both teams to score

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          Over 2.5 goals @ 8/13 on William Hill

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          Over 2.5 goals @ 4/6
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          Team News

          Wolves Team News

          Gary O’Neil will be without Pedro Neto and Hee-Chan Hwang this weekend. However, Matheus Cunha, Jean-Ricner Bellegarde and Craig Dawson could all return.

          West Ham Team News

          David Moyes will be without Alphonse Areola, who has no known return date, but Nayef Aguerd and Edson Alvarez can return.

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          In their last six games in all competitions, Wolves have two wins, one draw and three losses.

          In the Fifth Round of the FA Cup, Wolves hosted fellow Premier League side Brighton. Mario Lemina scored the only goal of the game in the second minute to give Wolves the 1 - 0 win, despite having just 28% of the possession.

          However, back in the Premier League, Wolves took on Newcastle. Alexander Isak and Anthony Gordon gave Newcastle the 2 - 0 lead at the halftime whistle. Wolves could only manage three shots on target as Tino Livramento’s 92nd minute goal wrapped up a 3 - 0 win for Newcastle.

          Wolves bounced back against Fulham. Rayan Ait-Nouri opened the scoring for Wolves early in the second half and an own goal from Tom Cairney doubled the lead before the 70th minute. Alex Iwobi did grab a late goal in the eighth minute of added time but Wolves held on for the 2 - 1 win.

          The FA Cup Quarter Finals saw Wolves host Championship Coventry. Ellis Simms gave Coventry the lead early in the second half but goals from Ait-Nouri and Hugo Bueno gave Wolves the 2 - 1 lead with just two minutes to go. However, a 97th minute goal from Simms and a 100th minute goal from Haji Wright gave Coventry the 3 - 2 win.

          The return to the Premier League after the international break saw Wolves take on Aston Villa. Moussa Diaby opened the scoring in the first half and Ezri Konsa found the back of the net in the second half in a 2 - 0 win for Aston Villa.

          Wolves managed to earn a point away at Burnley in midweek as Rayan Ait-Nouri's first-half stoppage time strike cancelled out Jacob Bruun Larsen's opener.

          In their last six games in all competitions, West Ham have one win, three draws and two losses.

          In the first leg of the Europa League Round of 16, West Ham travelled to Germany to take on Freiburg. Michael Gregoritsch scored the only goal of the game in the 81st minute to give Freiburg the 1 - 0 win.

          Back in the Premier League, West Ham hosted a struggling Burnley. David Fofana opened the scoring for Burnley in the 11th minute and an own goal from Konstantinos Mavropanos doubled Burnley’s lead before halftime. Lucas Paqueta got West Ham in the game just a minute into the second half and a 91st minute goal from Danny Ings rescued a 2 - 2 draw for West Ham.

          The second leg of the Europa League Round of 16 saw West Ham host Freiburg. A brace from Mohammed Kudus and goals from Paqueta, Jarrod Bowen and Aaron Cresswell gave West Ham the 5 - 0 win and the spot in the next round.

          West Ham then took on Aston Villa in a controversial draw. Michail Antonio opened the scoring to give The Hammers the 1 - 0 lead at halftime. Nicolo Zaniolo equalised with ten minutes to go, but after a six minute VAR decision, West Ham were denied a winner and had to settle for a 1 - 1 draw.

          Isak’s sixth minute penalty gave Newcastle the early lead but goals from Antonio, Kudus and Bowen gave West Ham the 3 - 1 lead early in the second half. However, another penalty from Isak and a brace from Harvey Barnes gave Newcastle the 4 - 3 win even with Gordon’s late red card.

          West Ham managed to earn a point at home to Tottenham Hotspur on Tuesday thanks to a 19th-minute goal from Kurt Zouma after Brennan Johnson had given Spurs a fifth-minute lead.

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          Where to watch

          Due to broadcast laws in the U.K. Wolves vs West Ham will not be shown on TV, but the game can be followed via radio on BBC Five Live or TalkSport.