West Ham v Wolves H2H Premier League Stats- How many have WHUFC won?

Since the modern Premier League era began in 1992, West Ham and Wolverhampton Wanderers have only played each other four times in the top flight. These four games were during the 2009/10 and 2010/11 league seasons.

West Ham have won 2 games, with one game being won by Wolves and one ending in a draw.

15 August, 2009– Wolves 0-2 West Ham (Mark Noble 22, Matthew Upson 69)

23 March, 2010– West Ham 1-3 Wolves (Guillermo Franco 90/Kevin Doyle 27, Ronald Zubar 58, Matt Jarvis 61)

16 October, 2010– Wolves 1-1 West Ham (Matt Jarvis 10/ Mark Noble 53 pen)

1 January, 2011– West Ham 2-0 Wolves (Ronald Zubar own goal 51, Freddie Sears 79)

The two teams’ most recent meeting was in January 2016, when Nikica Jelavic’s 85th minute goal saw the Hammers beat Wolves in the third round of the FA Cup.

The referee for this weekend’s game is Chris Kavanagh. Kavanagh was in charge for West Ham’s FA Cup loss to Wigan (the one that saw Masuaku red carded) last season, but he was also the man with the whistle when the Hammers beat Leicester 2-0 away in May.

He has refereed two Premier League games this season- Huddersfield Town’s 0-3 loss to Chelsea, and Liverpool’s 1-0 win over Brighton.

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