Manchester United v West Ham Predictions & Betting Odds – 13th April 2019

United to beat the struggling Hammers

Manchester United v West Ham Betting Tips – Premier League, 13th April 5.30pm

The Red Devils need a bit of a boost on home soil in this one against the Hammers. United start the weekend three points outside of the top four and have a big challenge on their hands to make it to the Champions League spots. West Ham though have churned out some really poor displays recently. Read our predictions for Manchester United v West Ham.

Manchester United v West Ham Betting Odds*

Man Utd 2/5
Draw 15/4
West Ham 6/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 9th, 2019 at 11:32 p.m.)

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Manchester United News and Form

The Manchester United are in that big scrap for a top-four finish, one of four teams in the hunt to take one of two remaining places. The Red Devils have suffered defeats in two of their last three Premier League games now, but both of those were away losses at Arsenal and Wolves. So Manchester United still have a strong home form going, currently being 13 games undefeated at Old Trafford in the Premier League. They have won their last two played there. They have been struggling to earn clean sheets again, Manchester United going without one in any of their last five played, home and away.

This will come after their midweek battle with Barcelona in the UEFA champions league as well. Manchester United have scored well at home this season in the Premier League, averaging exactly 2 goals per home game. 80% of all of Manchester United home games this season have made it over 2.5 goals, with around half of them finishing over 3.5 goals. Again a part of that is because Manchester United have struggled to earn clean sheets on home soil. They have managed only two of them all season. All but three of their nine home victories this season in the Premier League have been by a one-goal margin only. United have conceded 74% of their home goals in the second period of games.

Manchester United v West Ham Head to Head

West Ham beat Manchester United 3-1 in September
The Red Devils won this corresponding fixture 4-0 last term
Both teams have scored in just one of the last four meetings
West Ham are winless in their last 13 visits to Old Trafford in all competitions


Key-Facts – Manchester United v West Ham

  • Manchester United are unbeaten in 13 EPL home games
  • the red Devils average two goals per home game this season
  • West Ham have one point from their last seven road fixtures


West Ham News and Form

West Ham have produced a couple of really poor performances in their last two games, seeing them suffer back-to-back 2-0 defeats against Everton and Chelsea. This is a team who have not been doing well out on their travels pretty much for the entire season. So that is no to be a big concern for them heading to Old Trafford. West Ham have earned one point from their last seven away games. In that sequence of seven games, West Ham have produced just one goal only. They are currently sitting on a three-match losing streak on their travels.

West Ham have only managed an average of under a goal per away game this term. Only 38% of their road fixtures have finished over the 2.5 goals line. They have been just two clean sheets earned on their travels by West Ham this season, and they have failed to pick one up in any of their last eight. West Ham have conceded 60% of their away goals in the second period of fixtures. Even with all those poor numbers behind them, West Ham are actually sitting seven points better off than they were at this very same stage of last season’s Premier League campaign.

Manchester United v West Ham Tips & Odds

Manchester United to win to nil at 6/4
Manchester United 2-0 correct score at 15/2
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on April 9th, 2019 at 11:32 p.m.)

Manchester United v West Ham Predictions

Manchester United to win: The Red Devils have a good chance in front of them here with West Ham having put in some really poor displays in their last two games. United have the home form against the Irons to go out and pick up an important three points. Home win to nil.