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Wolves vs West Ham match prediction: who will won the match?

On 20 November 2021, Wolves vs West Ham will face each other at Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton in the English Premier League 12th round. West Ham is a much stronger team than Wolves. It will be a tough match for both teams. Wolves are very optimistic about winning after playing at home. Football fans are expected to watch the match on television. Below is a description of the Wolves vs West Ham match:

Match Preview:

Since securing promotion to the top flight, the Wolfpack has a pretty great record against the Hammers. It has been Nuno Espirito Santo’s side that has won every time when these clubs met during the last four meetings. He also managed to keep a clean sheet in every game. Considering the way West Ham is playing at the moment, this pattern of play is likely to continue.

After leaving off the last term strongly, Raul Jimenez has begun the new season strongly. Despite only playing two games in a row, the Mexican has already scored twice, having scored against Sheffield United and Manchester City this season. He has scored four times in his last six Premier League games. Wolves won 2-0 at the London Stadium last season thanks to three goals he scored against West Ham in his last three appearances. He will be licking his lips.

Team news:

Wolverhampton injuries and team news:

While Raul Jimenez remains absent, Rui Patricio, Daniel Podence, and Marcal are expected to be available on Monday.

West Ham injuries and team news:

West Ham has ruled out Angelo Ogbonna and Andriy Yarmolenko, but Arthur Masuaku and Pablo Fornals are close to returning to the squad.

Head To Head:

Wolverhampton Wanderers West Ham played so far 14 matches.
Wolverhampton Wanderers won 6 direct matches. West Ham won 7 matches. 1 match ended in a draw. Both teams have scored 2.79 goals on average in direct matches.

In the actual season, Wolverhampton Wanderers averaged 1.21 goals per match. Over 1.5 goals were scored in 5 of the 56 games played at home (55.56%). During season 2021, there were three (33.33%) matches played at home in which both teams scored more than 2.5 goals.

The average number of goals scored by West Ham per match was 2.04. The total number of goals (by both teams) in 9 of the matches played away was over 1.5. Team and opponent total goals were over 2.5 in 8 (57.14%) matches played away.

Match Prediction:

The Wolves are an excellent team, but this year they have not been themselves, and their best moments have been isolated. The loss of Raul Jimenez for what appears to be the remainder of the season has undoubtedly affected the team.

West Ham has looked electrifying and brilliant, and their form was slipping as they were on the ropes before the break. We expect them to do the same against Wolves as they did against them earlier this season.

Our prediction is the away side to win this match, as we believe the Hammers are very good value.

Betting Analysis & Picks:

This match comes all the way down to which membership has more to play and more on the line. pointless to say, that’s West Ham. Bagging all three points in opposition to fading foes could give them so much confidence shifting ahead, which is why I’m backing the Hammers through a Draw No bet wager at +a hundred and fifteen odds via DraftKings.

I’m able to also place a little on the overall staying underneath the opportunity wide variety of two.25 dreams (-132) as properly. There had been two dreams or less in Wolves’ last 3 games at Molineux, so I will goal that fashion to retain.

Selections: West Ham — Draw No bet (+a hundred and fifteen) | general below 2.25 goals (-132)
We say 0-1 win, West Ham.

Match information:

Teams: Wolverhampton Wanderers – West Ham United
Tournament: Premier League
Date: Saturday, 20 November 2021
Hour: 21:00
Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton

Team Focus:

Wolves
Formed: 1877
Stadium: Molineux Stadium (32,050)
Captain: Conor Coady
Chairman: Jeff Shi
Manager: Nuno Espírito Santo
Competitions: Premier League position 13

Star Man: Pedro Neto

Usually taking to the field in the Right Wing position, Pedro Neto was born in Viana do Castelo, Portugal. After having made a senior debut playing for Braga in the 2016 – 2017 season, the goalscoring Forward has contributed 5 league goals in this Premier League 2020 – 2021 season so far coming from a total of 29 appearances.

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