West Ham Attendances 2018-19 season | Olympic Stadium London Crowd Figures & Stats

Here is a look at West Ham’s attendance stats for home games at the London Stadium during the 2018/19 season. Includes both Premier League and Cup clashes. The Hammers currently have the fourth best average attendance in the league after Man Utd, Spurs and Arsenal. We did this feature in the 2017/18 season and are doing it again.

Vice-chairman Brady has admitted that the club could “consider purchasing” the stadium in her appearance before the London Assembly’s Budget and Performance Committee [Read more…]

Media Player Ratings- West Ham v Wolves

West Ham slumped to their fourth straight league defeat of the new season as newly promoted Wolves came away from the London Stadium with all three points thanks to Adama Traore’s late winner. Despite the Hammers’ poor start to the season, few had expected Wolves to win on the road, with most pundits thinking that a draw was the best they could hope for.

West Ham made only one change from side that had lost to Arsenal, with Aaron Cresswell coming in at left back for the injured Arthur Masuaku. Cresswell, one could say, was partly at fault for Wolves’ goal, although more of the blame would probably lie at the feet of Carlos Sanchez, who got caught in possession in his own half after the home side decided to take a quick free kick.

Here is how various media outlets rated the Hammers [Read more…]

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) [Read more…]

West Ham v Wolves Predictions- What do the pundits say?

After their midweek EFL Cup success against AFC Wimbledon, will West Ham be able to pick up their first points of the new Premier League season against Wolves? The Hammers were beaten by Unai Emery’s Arsenal last weekend while Wolves held defending champions Man City to a draw at Molineux.

West Ham are currently bottom table of the table while Wolves are in 14th place, having picked up two points from their first three games.

Here is what pundits had to say about this clash

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Video- What happened last time? West Ham vs Wolves 2-0 January 1 2011

West Ham are due to meet Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup tomorrow (January 9, 2016), and this will be the first meeting between the two sides in over FIVE years. The last competitive fixture between the two sides took place back on January 1, 2011 (in the 2010/11 PL season), with the Hammers winning 2-0 thanks to an own goal from Ronald Zubar and a late strike from Freddie Sears. [Read more…]