West Ham and Wolves are the next 2 teams to get their season restarted when they kick off at the London Stadium on Saturday evening.
Both teams have plenty to play for, with West Ham only out of the bottom 3 on goal difference, and Wolves chasing a place in Europe.
If you’ve been struggling like West Ham, this isn’t the ideal match first up. And I expect the Hammers to struggle to get anything today.
West Ham’s form pre lock down was inconsistent. They’ve only won once in their last 5 matches, but included in that run was an impressive display when they lost 3-2 to Liverpool back in February.
West Ham V Wolves Betting
Wolves go into this game as slight favourites at 11/10. The draw is 23/10, and a West Ham victory is 14/5. These are the latest football betting odds.
Personally, I can’t see the Hammers getting anything more than a point at best in this one.
Wolves +0.5 on the Asian Handicap market is just 3/10, so I can’t be tipping that. The men from Molineux are also only 1/4 in the Double Chance market (Wolves win or Draw).
All that’s left really is just to go with the Wolves win, and at 11/10, they’re a decent enough price.
It can be boosted up with Under 3.5 Goals, or Under 4.5 Goals, as I can’t see this one being a goalscoring thriller.
Premier League Betting Tips – West Ham V Wolves
Latest Relegation Betting
With Norwich getting a good seeing too from Southampton on Friday, their position at the bottom now looks more perilous.
The Canaries are now 1/25 to go straight back to the Championship.
Aston Villa’s lucky point against Sheffield United sees them stay at around the 2/5 mark, with Bournemouth just above them at 5/6.
The Cherries entertain Crystal Palace later on Saturday, in a far more winnable looking match than West Ham have.
David Moyes’ team are around the 9/4 mark for the drop, a similar price to both Watford and Brighton.
The bookies seem to be suggesting that Villa will be joining Norwich back in the Championship, and that it’s anybodies guess who will take the third position.