With both Wolves and The Irons sitting comfortably mid-table, both will be out to strenghten their position when facing off this coming Monday. Wolves are 13th with 35 points after 29 games. West Ham ranks as 5th in the table on 49 points.

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs West Ham United Betting Tips

It has been a few rounds since Wolves last taste of success in the Premier League and they should expect no presents from upcoming opponents The Irons.

Stats and facts for Wolves and West Ham.

  • teamlogoWolves did not win the last 4 matches in a row;
  • teamlogoTotal goals was UNDER 3.5 in Wolves’s last 5 of 7 matches;
  • teamlogoWolves scored in the last 4 of 6 matches;
  • teamlogoWolves conceded in the last 4 of 6 matches.
  • teamlogoWest Ham United did not win the last 3 matches in a row when playing away;
  • teamlogoWest Ham United scored in the last 11 of 13 matches;
  • teamlogoTotal goals was OVER 2.5 in West Ham United’s last 4 of 6 matches;
  • teamlogoTotal goals was UNDER 3.5 in West Ham United’s last 2 of 4 matches.

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Form Wolves vs West Ham

The form of both teams is one of the biggest things to consider before placing a bet on the upcoming game.

Wolves hope to boost points tally.

The mood around Wolves is pretty low right since a win has proven hard to come by in recent weeks. In their 3 latest outings Wolves were trashed by Manchester City in a 4-1 defeat and went on to a dull 0-0 draw at Aston Villa. Their latest game produced a 1-0 defeat against Liverpool.

Wolves hoping to bounce back

The Irons look to extend their current momentum with another positive result. In their 3 latest outings West Ham managed to get a rather comfortable 2-0 home win to Leeds and went on to a 1-0 defeat against Manchester United. Their latest game produced a 3-3 draw against Arsenal.

It has the look of an equal match up, however West Ham still seem better value for a win here than ill-performing Wolves.

Wolves v West Ham Fixture History

The fixture history of the two teams delivers good insights that are worth considering before placing a bet on the upcoming game.

Don’t expect goals

Wolves were left emptyhanded, when West Ham handed them a 4-0 defeat in their last Premier League encounter. The former did win the reverse match though, as they secured 3 points to their name by claiming a 2-0 win. Both sides have seemingly entered their latest matches in a cautious state of mind. 7 of their 9 most recent encounters saw at least one team managing a clean sheet. Wolves have a 5-1-3 advantage in the Premier League against West Ham.

Current standings

Wolves lie 13th in the table on 35 points from 29 matches. 14 points ahead following the first 29 games West Ham find themselves in 5th place.

Full Time Betting

The bookmakers have the two sides more or less evenly matched in the betting market. Betting on Wolves will pay out at 2.88, as bookies predict Wolves are in with a 35% chance of beating The Irons. If you wish to bet the draw, there are odds at 3.00 on offer, while an away win for The Irons pays out at 2.50. Wolves won 3 of their last 10 home league games whereas West Ham lost 3 of their last 10 away league games.

BTTS

Looking at the prices on offer by the bookmakers, the chance of this match seeing both teams to score (BTTS) lies at 53%. This equals odds 1.90 if you wish to place a bet on BTTS. Speculating in the opposite outcome that at least one side keeps a clean sheet pays out at 1.87. The last 10 home league games for Wolves averaged 2.1 goals per game with BTTS paying out 6 of these last 10 matches. In the previous 10 away league games for West Ham the average total goals were 2.1 with 4 of these 10 matches seeing BTTS.

Over/Under Betting

According to the bookmakers the chance of this match having over 2.5 goals is just 44%. Should you fancy a punt, there are odds around 2.25 available if you bet OVER 2.5 goals. Going the opposite direction and betting on under 2.5 goals pays out at odds 1.57. Wolves’s last 10 home league matches saw an average of 2.1 goals a game. 4 of Wolves’s last 10 home matches had over 2.5 goals. West Ham’s last 10 away league games averaged 2.1 goals per game. 4 of the last 10 away matches for West Ham went over 2.5 goals.

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