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Match Today || West Ham United vs Arsenal Team News,Channel And Odds

The Hammers have proved prolific in front of goal at the London Stadium and so Al Hain-Cole expects plenty of action when Mikel Arteta’s men visit
West Ham will be aiming to put themselves level on points with fourth-placed Chelsea when they welcome Arsenal to the London Stadium in Sunday’s Premier League clash.

The Hammers’ Champions League dream has taken a slight knock after two defeats in their last three league games has left them three points adrift of the top four, albeit with a game in hand.

West Ham are coming off a much more disappointing performance, losing 1-0 to Manchester United at Old Trafford. They didn’t manage a short for the entire first half, before conceding an own goal. Ultimately they couldn’t mount much of a comeback and ended the match outshot 15-7. Despite the loss, the Hammers remain within three points of fourth place with a game in hand.

Arsenal’s victory lifted them to 12-11-5 (10th place with 41 points) while West Ham United’s defeat dropped them down to 14-8-6 (fifth place with 48 points). We’ll see if Arsenal can repeat their recent success or if West Ham bounces back and reverse their fortune.

West Ham United vs Arsenal Latest Odds
However, they are available at with bet365 to close the gap with an impressive win against their London rivals.

Mikel Arteta’s men have won six of the last seven meetings between this duo and are priced at to come out on top once again here.

Just one of the hosts’ last 13 league fixtures has resulted in a draw, but you can get odds of on them being held to a stalemate in this one.

Jacob Steinberg

Sunday 3pm Sky Sports Premier League

Venue London Stadium

Last season West Ham 1 Arsenal 3

Referee Jon Moss

This season G18 Y46 R1 2.61 cards/game

Odds H 2-1 A 7-5 D 13-5

West Ham United vs Arsenal Team News
Pablo Fornals and Ryan Fredericks should both be back in contention following injury, although Darren Randolph, Angelo Ogbonna, Arthur Masuaku and Andriy Yarmolenko remain sidelined.

Bukayo Saka will face a late fitness test after leaving the field in last weekend’s north London derby due to a hamstring strain.