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Man United v West Ham Prediction, Preview & Odds – Premier League

We have a Man United v West Ham prediction for you plus a breakdown of the betting odds, team news and matchups for this Premier League match.

For Man United this season it’s a constant case of taking two steps forward and two steps back following their victory over Wolves, they will be hell-bent on

West Ham have quietly gone about their business this season and under David Moyes and as we gear towards the business end of the season European Qualification could be on the cards again for The Hammers.

How To Watch Man United v West Ham

When is Man United v West Ham?

Man United v West Ham will take place on Sunday at 2.00 pm in the Premier League’s afternoon kick-off.

TV Channel

Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event

Live Stream

Where is Man United v West Ham Being Played?

Man United are at home so this fixture will be played at their home ground Old Trafford.

Man United v West Ham Odds

Man United v West Ham Betting Odds – Premier League
Team Odds Chance
Man United 6/10 62.5%
West Ham 4/1 20%
The Draw 16/5 23.8%

Man United are 6/10 favourites for this game to make home advantage count according to the latest Premier League odds at BoyleSports.

West Ham are 4/1 outsiders despite having beaten Man United in their last two games and the draw is priced at 16/5.

Handicap Betting

Man United: -1 @ 8/5

West Ham +1 @ 5/4

Handicap Draw -1@  13/5

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Man United v West Ham Weather Forecast

The weather is forecast to be between 12 and 13 degrees with no rain.

Man United v West Ham Preview

Man United’s Form

Man United have been consistently `inconsistent this season, which has seen them knocked out of Europe, out of the League Cup and 7th in the league and in reality out of any potential “title race” with their sole opportunity for success remaining being the FA Cup as the pressure pounds on ten Hag with the in coming INEOS putting his long-term future in a precarious position.

Thursday Night, brought us another dramatic night in the life of Man United Football Club, despite dominating the early stages of the game and jumping into a 0-2 lead through Rashford and Hoijlund and another sub-goal from McTominay, Wolves (helped by questionable refereeing) pegged United back to 3-3 in the 95th minute before Mainoo came up in the 97th minute to win them the game.

United had 21 shots, an XG of 3.34 and also multiple disallowed goals against Wolves that suggest the re-additions of the likes of Casemiro and Martinez in the side help their overall shape. Another victory here would see them leapfrog West Ham in the table.

Man United’s Last Five Results

Wolves 3-4 Man United | February 1st | Win

Newport County 2-4 Man United | January 28th | Win

Man United 2-2 Tottenham | January 14th | Draw

Wigan 0-2 Man United | January 8th | Win

Nottingham Forrest 2-1 Man United | December 30th | Loss

3 Wins, 1 Loss and 1 Draw

West Ham’s Form

Remarkably from one manager who is constantly under pressure (ten Hag) it’s a similar story for David Moyes, despite guiding them to a Europa Conference League success last season and them currently sixth in the league with unbeaten with 9 points from their last 5 league games.

Thursday Night saw them host Bournemouth, but even though they fell behind through a Solanke finish in the 3rd minute they fought back to earn themselves a draw following a Ward-Prowse penalty in the 61st minute. 1-1 was a fair result though with The Hammers 9 shots amassing an XG of 1.39 to Bournemouth 9 amassing an XG of 1.20.

West Ham with a victory here would put them 4 points ahead of Man United in 7th place and in a strong position to target those above them in the coming weeks, especially Aston Villa and Tottenham.

West Ham’s Last Five Results

West Ham 1-1 Bournemouth | February 1st| Draw

Sheffield United 2-2 West Ham | January 21st | Draw

Bristol City 1-0 West Ham | January 16th | Loss

West Ham 2-1 Everton | December 23rd | Win

West Ham 1-1 Bristol City | January 7th | Draw

3 Draws, 1 Draw and 1 Loss

Man Utd v West Ham Predicted Lineups

Man United Predicted Starting XI

Formation 4-2-3-1

GK: Onana.

RB: Wan Bissaka, CB: Varane, CB: Martinez, LB: Shaw

CM: Mainoo, CM: Casemiro

RW: Garnacho, AM; Fernandes, LW: Rashford,

CF: Højlund

West Ham Predicted Starting XI

Formation 4-3-3

GK: Areola

RB: Johnson, CB: Mavropanos, CB: Zouma, LB: Emerson

CM: Soucek, CM: Phillips, CM: Alvarez

RW: Kudos, CF: Bowen, LW: Ward-Prowse

Man United v West Ham Head-To-Head Results & Stats

All-Time Head-To-Head Record

Man United wins: 73

West Ham wins: 48

Draws: 32

Head-To-Head Results Last Five Matches

West Ham 2-0 Man United | Premier League| December 23rd , 2023

West Ham 1-0 Man United | Premier League | May 7th, 2023

Man United 3-1 West Ham | FA Cup | March 1st, 2023

Man United 1-0 West Ham | Premier League | October 30th, 2022

Man United 1-0 Man United | Premier League| January 22nd, 2022

Betting Trends


Coming in the game between both teams there has been an average of 3.32 Goals Per Match this season which is more than the league average of 3.13

In historic matches 87% have Over 1.5 Goals, 78% have Over 2.5 Goals and 69% have had BTTS.


Between both sides, they average 4.54 Cards Per Match, which is lower than the league average of 4.9.


Interestingly the sides average 12.91 Corners per match between them which is more than the league average of 10.63.

Scoring Patterns

Man United look most susceptible to conceding between the 16th and 30th minute where they have 4 goals but 8 coals conceded.

West Ham’s most busy period comes in the last fifteen minutes where they have 8 goals scored and 8 conceded.

Key Players To Watch

Luke Shaw – Man United

Luke Shaw with his defensive accumuen and ball-playing ability is crucial to the style of play that ten Hag is trying to implement in the club and with Martinez back available Shaw is likely to move to LB having filled in at LCB in recent times.

Likely to come up against Kudos on the RW his 1.88 Blocks (96th percentile), 2.72 Clearances (80th percentile) and 1.57 Aerials Won (88th percentile) will be crucial along with his comfortability on the ball during the build-up play.

Mohammed Kudus -West Ham

The West Ham RW has been brilliant since signing from Ajax at the end of the summer playing 24 Games scoring 9 goals and providing 1 assist across all competitions since signing from Ajax.

Expect the goals to continue with his Non-Penalty Goals Per 90 of 0.58 in the 99th percentile it shows he gets in the correct areas for higher probability chances. Another key area of his games is his elite dribbling ability with his 2.95 Successful Take-Ons Per 90 in the 86th Percentile for attacking midfielders and wingers.

Man United v West Ham Prediction & Best Bet

Prediction: Man United 3-1 West Ham

While United grabbed victory by the skin of their teeth against Wolves, nevertheless it was a victory that they deserved following a performance which showed more positive signs than negatives (although things remain far from perfect)

West Ham under Moyes are notoriously difficult to beat and they have had their opponents number in recent encounters with two wins from their last two in head-to-head games.

I think United win this one benefiting from a new sense of stability with all their returning players.

Best Bet:  First Goalscorer Ramus Hoijlund + Correct Score 3-1 @ 35/1

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