Wolves vs West Ham Predictions and Betting Tips
Two games will feature in the English Premier League this Monday. Our focus for this one will be at the Molineux Stadium as Wolves take on West Ham. Read on for our expert tips and predictions.
West Ham’s 4-0 win in the reverse fixture was their first victory against Nuno’s side in five games given that Wolves had done double over the London side for two seasons running. It is then left to see how the home side responds to this.
Highly-anticipated encounter on the cards
Wolves head into this game winless in four and 13th place. We all know this isn’t the height they managed over the last two seasons given that they have been in the mid-table since the beginning of the campaign. However, the return of Raul Jimenez to the side is something that would certainly bring some smile to the Wolves fans following a lengthy injury. In their most recent game, they were beaten by Liverpool in a tight 1-0 game.
West Ham are well in the discussion for Europa next season with the London-based side currently in 5th position. Although things are kind of tight in that area with just four points separating 4th from 8th, we fully expect them to challenge for European football until the final day of the season. They would’ve been disappointed not to pick up maximum points in their most recent game as they lost a three-goal lead to Arsenal. Both sides eventually shared the spoils in a thrilling Premier League encounter.
Wolves vs West Ham Team News
There’s doubts as to the availability of Podence and Marcal. Apart from those two, Nuno’s has a large toy healthy side to pick from. West Ham, on the other hand, have Randolph, Ogbonna and Yarmolenko as their injury casualties heading into this game.
Wolves possible starting XI:
Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Semedo, Moutinho, Neves, Jonny; Neto, Adama, Willian Jose
West Ham possible starting XI:
Fabianski; Coufal, Dawson, Diop, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice; Bowen, Lingard, Benrahma; Antonio
Wolves vs West Ham Prediction: 1-1
Wolves are usually tough to break down and are even harder to beat at the Molineux Stadium. As such, we expect to see a feisty encounter this Monday. West Ham, on the flip side, is expected to take the initiative as they are the ones who need the points given their hopes for Europa football. Both sides should find the back of the net, however, that’s how we believe the game ends- a scoring draw.
Football Predictions For Wolves Vs West Ham From Our Experts
Date: Monday, 05 April 2021 || Time: 20:15
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