West Ham v West Brom Betting Preview & Odds – 29/11/15

West Ham v West Brom Betting Preview & Odds – 29/11/15

by 24th November 2015

West Ham v West Brom Match Preview, Betting Odds And Tips

West Ham hosts West Brom at the Boleyn Ground on Sunday in the Premier League, as the Hammers look for a return to form.

West Ham 21/20 – Draw 12/5 – West Brom 14/5
Betting odds for West Ham v West Brom shown are this week from Corals and are subject to change

Kick Off – 14.05pm Saturday 29th November 2015 – Live on Sky Sports1

Last time out West Ham suffered a 4-1 hammering at London rivals Tottenham. Their only consolation came in an 86th minute strike from attacking midfielder Manuel Lanzini. The on-loan youngster has now scored three times in his last five top-flight appearances, including his last two.
Despite the defeat Slaven Bilic’s side are sixth in the Premier League table and will be looking to get back to winning ways after three games without a win in the top-flight.
West Brom collected a surprise 2-1 victory over Arsenal last time out, as a James Morrison goal and an own goal from Gunners substitute Mikel Arteta were enough to give the Baggies maximum points.
The win means that Tony Pulis’ side are 12th in the Premier League table, but due to the tight nature of the middle of the team could jump up to seventh, if results go their way in the other games.
The Baggies have actually claimed three wins on their travels in the Premier League this season, one more than they have picked-up at home.

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Facts And Figures

The 14 Premier League encounters between these two teams have been pretty even. West Ham has collected five wins, West Brom three and six games have been drawn.
The seven meetings at the Boleyn Ground have been a similar story, with West Ham picking up two wins, West Brom one and four games resulting in draws.
Six out of the last ten meetings between these two sides have ended in a draw, including last season’s meeting at the Boleyn Ground.
West Ham has won just one of the last six meetings of these two teams.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in West Brom’s last six away games in the top-flight.

Team Selection & News

West Ham’s main injury concern is French playmaker Dmitri Payet, who will be out of action until February. The former-Marseille star is joined in the treatment room by striker Enner Valencia, while midfielder Pedro Obiang is a doubt.
Slaven Bilic’s side are also without suspended centre-back James Collins and central midfielder Mark Noble for this clash. Alex Song is the likely replacement for Noble.
England ‘keeper Ben Foster is a long-term absentee and Wales international Boaz Myhill will continue to deputise for the former Birmingham star. Converted full-back Chris Brunt is suspended after picking-up his fifth booking of the season. Sebastian Pocognoli may be the Northern Irishman’s replacement.

Possible West Ham line-up: Adrian, Jenkinson, Tomkins, Reid, Cresswell, Song, Kouyate, Sakho, Lanzini, Moses, Carroll

Possible West Brom line-up: Myhill, Dawson, Olsson, Evans, Pocognoli, Fletcher, Yacob, Berahino, Morrison, McClean, Rondon

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West Ham v West Brom Match Prediction

West Ham’s form has dipped in recent weeks after a fast start to the campaign for the Hammers. The Baggies have been inconsistent this season, but their form away from home has been decent. The side from the Midlands may just have enough to claim a point against the Hammers.

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