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05.04.21 13:16

Wolves v West Ham – Opportunity Knocks For Moyes’ Boys


Just when we all thought the top four battle was reaching a premature end, Chelsea lost to West Brom and suddenly look vulnerable in the final Champions League spot.

Liverpool took advantage, Spurs certainly did not, and now it’s down to Everton and West Ham to see if they can keep up the pressure on Thomas Tuchel’s men.

And it’s the Hammers we’re focussing on, as we settle down with the last of our easter eggs for a cracking night of football action.

Match Details

FixtureWolves v West Ham
DateMonday, April 5 2021 at 20:15
WhereMolineux, Wolverhampton
How to WatchLive on Sky Sports

Our Top Odds Pick – West Ham to Win – 17/10 at Paddy Power

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West Ham to win

We reckon David Moyes will have had a few choice words for his side after they threw away a three-goal lead at home to Arsenal.

And West Ham will be itching to put things right at Wolves, after a long couple of weeks without a game.

That point was one of just four the Hammers picked up in their last four matches, but that run included trips to Man City and Man Utd.

And if you look further back, West Ham have won eight of their last 13 games.

Wolves are winless in four matches and not mathematically safe from relegation.

And with the extra motivation of being able to retake fourth spot with a win, as well as the extra quality in their ranks, we reckon Moysie’s men will seize their opportunity on Monday night.

Our Long Shot – Michail Antonio to Score First – 11/2 at 888sport

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Michail Antonio to score first

Harry Kane, Bruno Fernandes and Mohamed Salah may make the lions’ share of the headlines, but when he’s on-song, we don’t think there’s a harder player in the Premier League to play against than Michail Antonio.

He has power, pace, finishing ability and a dogged desire to make defender’s lives hell from whistle to whistle.

And he’s also developing a knack for the early goal, netting three times in the first 15 minutes this season.

Antonio also has the extra motivation that he’s just five strikes from becoming West Ham’s highest Premier League goal scorer.

And we reckon he won’t waste any time taking one step closer to immortality against Wolves.

Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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