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          West Ham vs Burnley Betting Tip

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          West Ham to win and BTTS @ 9/4
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          Last updated 14/04/2024

          West Ham vs Burnley Prediction, Tips & Stats

          West Ham United will be aiming to maintain their pursuit of European football when they host Burnley at the London Stadium on Sunday at 2:00 PM GMT.

          This Premier League encounter promises contrasting narratives, with the Hammers in high spirits and the Clarets desperately seeking a turnaround to avoid relegation.

          The home side currently find themselves in 7th place in the Premier League after they have gained 42 points from their 27 league outings so far this season. The Hammers have won 12, drawn 6 and lost 9 of their 27 matches.

          David Moyes’ side come into this weekend on the back of consecutive league victories which has seen the Hammers climb up to 7th. A 4-2 victory over Brentford was followed up by a 3-1 victory against Everton last time out. Unsurprisingly, the calls for David Moyes to be sacked have subsided considerably.

          Following a dreadful return to the Premier League, Burnley currently find themselves in 19th position in the Premier League and have only gained 13 points from their 27 league games so far this year.

          The Clarets come into this weekend on the back of a terrible run of form which has seen them record four consecutive league defeats and they have not won a game since before Christmas. In their last league outing, the hammers were defeated 2-0 by Bournemouth.

          The fixture between West Ham and Burnley boasts a long and storied history. Dating back to their first encounter in the League Division One in 1923, the two sides have met on 95 occasions. West Ham holds a slight edge in the head-to-head record, claiming 40 victories compared to Burnley's 35, with the remaining 20 meetings ending in draws.

          In recent years, it has been West Ham who have dominated this fixture and they are unbeaten in the last five meetings between the two sides. It was the Hammers who recorded a narrow 2-1 victory when these sides met each other earlier on in the year in the reverse fixture.

          Burnley looked to be on course for a crucial victory thanks to Jay Rodriguez's penalty at the start of the second half. But they were unable to double their advantage and West Ham made them pay in the closing stages.

          Teenage substitute Divin Mubama pressurised Dara O'Shea into turning the ball into his own net in the 86th minute, before Tomas Soucek scored from Mohammed Kudus' deep cross in stoppage time to complete the turnaround.

          Unsurprisingly, considering the respective league position of these two sides, it is West Ham who are currently favoured at the bookies and are priced @ 4/6, whilst an away win for burnley is priced @ 19/5 and a draw is @ 3/1.

          We are backing West Ham to win and both teams to score because this is often a fixture which results in both teams scoring. In three of the last four meetings between the two sides, both teams have scored.

          West Ham Team News

          David Moyes has a pretty much full squad to choose from this weekend. The only injuries that he has to contend with are that of Nayef Aguerd and Maxwell cornet. Moyes is likely to change the starting XI that played in Europe on Thursday.

          Burnley Team News

          Burnley have a few key players who are set to miss this weekend’s game through injury. Jordan Beyer is a doubt for this clash as he continues his rehabilitation, while Josh Brownhill will make a return to the matchday squad following a one-game suspension.