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West Ham’s form dropped off massively in recent weeks on the back of four wins early in the campaign.
However, they bounced back to secure wins over Nottingham Forest and Burnley at the end of last month, moving up to 9th in the table and within touching distance of the European places.
They then secured a massive 2-1 win over Tottenham last time out to keep their European hopes alive. West Ham now take on an inconsistent Fulham at Craven Cottage.
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West Ham United ended their 43-year wait for silverware back in June, beating Fiorentina 2-1 in the UEFA Europa Conference League Final in Prague.
Now, fighting on four fronts, will the Hammers get back into the Premier League’s top seven, whilst also chasing silverware on three other fronts, competing in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Europa League?
West Ham Premier League Top 10 Odds
West Ham enjoyed back-to-back top ten finishes for the first time since 2009 in 2022, before actually coming 14th last time round, but nobody cared about that, courtesy of their Europa Conference League triumph.
Balancing European and domestic commitments again, it’ll be intersting to see if David Moyes’ men are able to finish higher up the table, currently priced at 4/6 to return to the top ten.
West Ham Premier League Top 6 Odds
If you’re feeling really confident Hammers fans, perhaps you feel like backing them to finish in the top six, priced at 12/1, which is surprising considering that they’re currently seventh.
The Hammers’ best top-flight finish since the mid-80s is fifth, achieved in 1999 under Harry Redknapp before also coming sixth slightly more-recently in 2021.
With games against Everton, Brentford, Nottingham Forest and Burnley to come, David Moyes’ men could continue their strong start to the campaign, thereby making that 12/1 price look even more appetising.
West Ham Europa League Odds
West Ham’s recent European record is very impressive, reaching the Europa League semi-finals in 2022 before winning the Europa Conference League 12 months later.
Having began this year’s group phase with two wins out of two against TSC Bačka Topola and Freiburg, the Hammers are currently fifth-favourites to be hoisting aloft the trophy in Dublin in May, priced at 20/1!
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About West Ham
After calling the Boleyn Ground (Upton Park) their home for 112 years, West Ham relocated to the London Stadium in the summer of 2016, and while there were issues at the beginning, West Ham have become more at home in Stratford.
David Moyes has been the Hammers boss since 2017, well bar a year between 2018 and 2019, and he has delivered success to the club, most notably by guiding the club to a European trophy last term (Europa League Conference), their first major piece of silverware in over 40 years.
Despite being a figure of fun during his time in the dugout at Manchester United and Real Sociedad, Moyes has used his experience and man-management skills to get the best out of his players, and he has tried to bring some consistency to his side’s performances.
Moyes has presided over 200 games for West Ham, and he has a relatively healthy win percentage (43), but he isn’t the sort of manager that likes to rest on his laurels.
While things didn’t quite unfold in the way they would have hoped in the Premier League last term as they finished 14th, West Ham have the makings of a good squad, and they will be hoping to achieve a top-half finish this forthcoming season.
Generally, success hasn’t come easily to the Hammers, who have never won the Premier League before, although they have hoisted the FA Cup on two occasions, the last of which was in 1980.
Hammers fans may well be resigned to seeing Declan Rice leave, but they can still count on experienced campaigners such as Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio, who are instrumental figures. The East London outfit will be targeting a piece of silverware again this term, but they will need to bring some fresh faces through the door before the window slams shut.