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West Ham vs Wolves Live Streaming Premier League 2021-22 – West Ham vs Wolves Live

West Ham United’s Champions League ambitions have taken a hit following a run of just one win from their last five Premier League (PL) games (D2, L2). Many of their rivals also boast games in hand, including Wolverhampton Wanderers who could leapfrog the Hammers if they’re allowed to secure their third win from their last four London Stadium visits. In order to deny Wolves, West Ham may need their attack to step up after conceding an average of 1.5 goals per-game across their last eight PL home games, each of which saw a different result to the last (W4, D2, L2) . Manager David Moyes will hope that run can continue with a win here though after drawing last time out, and a return of three wins ‘to nil’ across the last five home H2Hs should inspire some confidence that they can do exactly that. A late midweek collapse against Arsenal meant Champions League hopefuls Wolves missed the chance of climbing above the Gunners into fifth, consequently ending what was an impressive 45-game unbeaten PL run when opening the scoring! Even despite that loss, Bruno Lage’s men still boast a commanding PL record this season after striking first in fixtures (W12, D1, L1). Wolves will know they have to bounce straight back in this crucial game to remain in the top-four race and can take comfort in that they are unbeaten across their last four PL games played on a Sunday (W3, D1) – a run includes three clean sheets. Inspiring further confidence, Wolves have beaten no side in the PL more often than West Ham (W6, D1, L4), although the only prior H2H played on a Sunday was a chastising 4-0 defeat in this fixture last season! Players to watch: West Ham’s Michail Antonio needs just one more strike to make it double figures in 2021/22, but he has faced no side more often than Wolves without scoring in the league (ten games). For Wolves, Hwang Hee-Chan marked his recent return from injury with a goal last time out, and his last three scoring appearances saw him net first. Hot stat: Ahead of the round, only two PL sides picked up fewer than West Ham’s 32 yellow cards (1.23 on average).

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