May 24, 2024

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On Sunday 2 April West Ham United will take on Southampton at London Stadium on Matchday 29 of the 2022/23 English Championship. The teams of David Moyes and Ruben Selles are neighbors in the relegation zone in the current APL scoreboard, both teams are fighting hard to keep their place in the elite division.


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David Moyes’ side bounced back from a 1-1 draw with Aston Villa in Birmingham in the last round of the 2022/23 England Championship, with Ollie Watkins (17) opening the scoring at Villa Park in the first half. “West Ham United are in eighteenth place in the standings. Five times since the start of the current AFL season, the goal of the Londoners have remained intact. Five times, the “iron” passed the handicap (-1.5) in winning meetings.
The Hammers are unbeaten in the Premier League for four rounds on home soil.


Reuben Selles’ side played out a spectacular 3-3 draw with Tottenham Hotspur at St Mary’s on the previous day’s Premier League 2022/23, with Che Adams (46), Theo Walcott (77) and James Ward-Prouse scoring for the hosts.

The team has two draws in four rounds of the national championship. “Southampton” sits in last position in the current ranking table.
Four times over the course of the current AFL season, the Saints’ goal has remained shut, and only five games have broken the personal record.
In fact, seven losses with a clear deficit to the opponent on the tournament ballast of the outsider. In other stadiums, the Saints did not lose points with the representatives of the bottom of the scoreboard of the championship of England.


West Ham before the start of the reporting round is in the relegation zone and this state of affairs is obvious, which motivates the “Hammers” to be very active. Moreover, the opponents of the Londoners will be the southerners, who are in last place in the championship standings, i.e. are the main contenders for the departure from the English Elite League. We believe that West Ham will win Sunday’s game.