West Ham United Betting News & Previews

West Ham United Betting News
Lambert pick of trio for Wolves job

Wolves are looking for a new manager following the departure of Walter Zenga with Paul Lambert now the bookies' favourite to now take over at Molineux.

Published : 01/11/16 11:09 AM
Connor out to Evens to last 10 games

Punters unsure on Connor's credentials.

Published : 19/03/12 10:52 AM
Devils to slaughter hopeless Wolves

United can extend lead at the top.

Published : 16/03/12 14:00 PM
Five go odds-on for the drop

Bookies suggest relegation is between five.

Published : 27/02/12 10:52 AM
Bruce favourite for Wolves role

Bruce latest in long list of favourites.

Published : 22/02/12 11:11 AM
Curbishley goes odds on for Wolves job

Wolves looking for Premier League experience.

Published : 14/02/12 11:40 AM
Warnock heads betting for Wolves job

Bookies split on McCarthy successor.

Published : 13/02/12 12:07 PM
Punters back McCarthy in sack race

McCarthy odds-on for the sack.

Published : 23/01/12 10:36 AM
Arsenal v Wolves Betting: Wanderers looking elsewhere

Gunners to take advantage of wandering eyes.

Published : 27/12/11 12:13 PM
Goals aplenty in Christmas cracker

Both sides will see this as a game they can win.

Published : 20/12/11 09:45 AM

Manager: Slaven Bilic

Full Name: West Ham United Football Club

Nickname: Wolves

Stadium: London Stadium

Capacity: 60,000

Chairman: David Sullivan & David Gold

West Ham Betting Info

West Ham is a club close to many English hearts thanks to the supply of talent they have given us down the years from Bobby Moore to Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand. However, despite wave after wave of top-class talent, the club itself never seems to be the ones to benefit.

When Slaven Bilic returned to the club, though, that all seemed to change. In Bilić's first season as manager, West Ham finished seventh in the Premier League. The team broke several records for the club in the Premier League era, including the highest number of points (62), the highest number of goals in a season (65), the least number of games lost in a season (8) and the lowest number of away defeats (5).

It all seemed rosey after the club finished seventh and because of Man United's FA Cup win they qaulified for the Europa League. In addition, they moved to a new 60,000-seater stadium. But, that has yielded the results many hoped and the hammers crashed out of Europe at the qualifying round stage and endured a difficult campaign last term. Will they get back on track now or is it a steady decline?