Monday’s Bet Of The Day: Hammers can make their mark


JACK Wright's (@JackWright_BSB) brand new Bet of the Day continues on Monday as we head to the Premier League

Wolves vs West Ham | Monday 5th April 2021, 20:15 | Sky Sports

There are three constants in the Premier League form table if you look at the last 10, 15 and 20 games – both Manchester clubs and West Ham.

As a result, the Hammers are entering the final stretch of this season hunting down a European place and in fact know a win here would lift them back in to the top four with just eight games to go.

Since October, David Moyes has seen his side defeated only six times in the league, to both Manchester United and Liverpool twice as well as when visiting champions elect Manchester City and top four rivals Chelsea.

Wolves do not offer the same level of threat as those aforementioned opponents this season sitting 14th and unlikely to be involved at either end of the table, whilst seemingly suffering the absence of star striker Raul Jiminez massively, with an average of just 0.97 goals per game.

In contrast the visitors attack looks threatening with Jesse Lingard’s arrival on loan from Manchester United adding another dimension to their attack, only failing to score once with the 28-year-old in their side – however, in fairness only in total on five occasions throughout the campaign so far.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s team have enough about them to make this a tough contest, so I’m happy use the Bet Builder to suggest West Ham will find a way to score but in a close game that shouldn’t see too many goals.

Best Bet

Wolves vs West Ham – Over 0 West Ham Goals and Under 4 Goals (17/20 Bet365)

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Having had a passion for football for as long as I can remember – I’m talking Shoot League Ladders here – one of my first “bets” is still my biggest win. After begging my mum to let me fill in her pools coupon so I could show off my knowledge, eight draws later and a cheque for £11,500 was soon in the post. As a Norwich fan it’s important to have a good grasp of what’s going on in the lower leagues and I also like exploring those less popular leagues to have a delve into any stats-based markets that are available. Right now, I’m particularly enjoying player bets. Outside of sport, I love eating and drinking - maybe a little too much - as well as listening to a varied spectrum of music, both from the comfort of my own home and at festivals.

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