West Ham United vs. Wolverhampton - 9/27/20 Premier League Soccer Picks, Odds and Prediction
Wolverhampton (1-0-1) at West Ham United (0-0-2)
Premier League Soccer: Sunday, September 27th 2020 at 2:00 PM (London Stadium)
The Line: West Ham United +255 / Wolves +105 / Draw +235 -- Over/Under: 2.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
West Ham United faces Wolverhampton on Sunday, September 27th at London Stadium for an English Premier League match.
West Ham United has not had a desirable start to the season, especially after a 2019-20 campaign where the club was forced to fight for its Premier League lives. West Ham United is 0-0-2, dropping its first two matches of the young season. West Ham United's first loss of the season was at London Stadium against Newcastle United in a 2-0 defeat. Then, West Ham United went on the road to take on Arsenal, and Arsenal was victorious in that match by a final score of 2-1. Overall, West Ham United has not played in terrible form, but that does not mean the club deserved a point in either match so far. West Ham United is inevitably going to have to fight to stay in the Premier League yet again this season, and this match against Wolverhampton could be a statement win if the Hammers can pull it out at home.
Wolverhampton is coming off of a loss to Manchester City, as Wolves dropped that match via a 3-1 score. In that match, Wolverhampton was plainly outplayed on both sides of the ball, as Manchester City took advantage of Wolverhampton for a majority of the match. Wolverhampton is now 1-0-1, as Wolves was able to defeat Sheffield United in its first match of the season back on September 14th. Wolverhampton will look to take a road win over a formidable opponent looking for its first win of the season in West Ham United. It will not be an easy task for Wolves, but Wolverhampton is undoubtedly the favorite in this one.
The last time West Ham United and Wolverhampton met was on June 20th of 2020. In that match, Wolverhampton took down West Ham United on the road by a final score of 2-0.
I think West Ham United will be looking for its first win of the Premier League season a bit longer after Sunday's match, as I like Wolverhampton to get the job done at London Stadium. Wolverhampton should concede a goal or less, with the latter being the most likely. I will take Wolverhampton on the money line here.