Oddstips, Premier League | West Ham on their way to sensational Champions League place

After Chelsea sensationally lost 2-5 at home to West Bromwich, West Ham take over 4th place in the Premier League with a win away against Wolverhampton.


The Easter weekend’s surprising results in the Premier League, means that West Ham take up 4th place if they beat Wolverhampton away on Monday night.

On Wednesday, there is about 149 million kroner in the Viking Lotto pot.

Wolverhampton – West Ham B 2.60 (play stop Monday at 21.10)
The long-term injury to Raul Jimenez has been really demanding for Wolverhampton this season. Jimenez played his last game for the Wolves on November 29 away against Arsenal. That match Wolverhampton won 2-1 and it was the tenth league match this season. Wolves stood with a strong 5-2-3 in the ten games. The next 19 league games have given only four victories and Wolves are in 13th place with 35 points. There is no danger of relegation, as there are nine points down to Fulham below the line. First goalkeeper Rui Patricio suffered an ugly blow in the last league game three weeks ago at home against Liverpool, but is fit for Monday’s game. Jimenez is still out, while Joao Moutinho is uncertain after incurring a bang on national team assignments for Portugal.

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Wolverhampton lost 0-1 at home to Liverpool in the last league game before the national team break, the three home games before it gave seven points.

Cannon season by West Ham

West Ham have delivered a great season, but managed to root out a 3-0 lead at home against Arsenal in the last round of the league before the national team break and had to settle for 3-3. Is in 5th place with 49 points, but since Chelsea sensationally lost 2-5 at home against West Bromwich on Saturday, there are only two points up to Chelsea in 4th place who have also played one game more.

The last two away games West Ham have been lost with 0-1 against Manchester United and 1-2 against Manchester City, respectively, but West Ham with 3-2-0 in the five previous away games before that. Overall 6-3-5 away. Darren Randolph, Angelo Ogbonna and Andriy Yarmolenko are still out with injuries, ergo no new injuries or quarantines for David Moyes and West Ham.

2-0 and 3-0 to Wolverhampton in a similar match at Molinuex the two previous seasons. But this season’s edition of West Ham is of a completely different caliber. They thus move up to a sensational 4th place if they beat Wolves and that motivation is a good enough argument that we launch West Ham victory at 2.60 in odds.

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