West Ham will look to bounce back from their 4-1 hammering at the hands of Spurs last weekend when they host West Brom at Upton Park on Sunday. The hammers will look for a win that would take them within four points of third and Slaven Bilic's side will be anxious to get a win having lost their last two in the league. Andy Carroll has been pretty poor in recent games but is still trying to get match fitness back after a long lay off. Sakho and Lanzini may be West Ham's best threat for goals with injury striking down Payet and Valencia and suspension denying the hammers of the services of Noble.
Coming into this game in confident mood will be the visitors after a 2-1 win over Arsenal last weekend. Tony Pulis' side have played well this year winning three of their seven away games and not conceding in all three of those games. West Brom have some quality attacking players with Rondon and Berahino starting to form a strong partnership. I like how Pulis sets his teams up on the road, the play a fast counter attack style and will focus on set pieces as their main focal point in attack.
I think there is alot of value here in taking West Brom outright, West Ham have been very tough to predict but have actually played worse at home and West Brom are in good form of late. I think the baggies can pull off the upset here.