The Hammers returned from Serbia, where they had a Europa League game. The next rival for David Moyes’ crew will be Crystal Palace.
Before Betting on West Ham vs. Crystal Palace
The Hammers have four wins in a row, two in the Premiership and two in the Europa League. They played on Thursday night against TSC in Serbia, winning that event by a minimal result, 0-1.
Since the season began, West Ham has played nine contests at the London Stadium, triumphing in six while recording two losses and one tie. In each but one victory, the Hammers managed to score at least twice, and that’s proof of their excellent form. Bowen really dominated this part of the campaign.
Crystal Palace is away from the relegation zone, but we can’t, and we won’t say that the Eagles play satisfying football this season. Over the last five English Premier League games, the other team from London lost four meetings, looking utterly poor and without too much creativity on the field.
In the past five away EPL games, we’ve seen Palace losing three and winning two of them, getting all three points against Manchester United and Burnley, but not being able to keep the momentum, yet losing to Luton, for instance. We are not underestimating anyone here, but simply trying to show you the amplitudes of their oscillations.
West Ham vs. Crystal Palace English Premier League Offshore Betting Odds
The Hammers are the absolute favorites, and even though they had international duties during the midweek, we still expect them to win. David Moyes rotated his lineup, and we believe all the key players will be 100% ready and fresh for the upcoming contest. The Eagles are tough and unpredictable rivals, but their recent form, combined with West Ham’s performances at home, forced us to pick the hosts’ victory.