The second Premier League poster of the day pits West Ham, who dreams of Europe, against Wolverhampton, who have yet to secure their support.

13th in the Premier League, Wolverhampton has almost assured maintenance but they still have a few points to take. While Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have been interesting since their return to the Premier League, they have completely gotten through this season. They never recovered from the injury of their striker Raul Jimenez who last season formed an excellent duet with Jota left for Liverpool. Arriving this winter from Real Sociedad, Willian Jose is currently unable to replace Jimenez. Wolves haven’t won any of their last 4 games played.

West Ham is the sensation of the season with a current 5th place just 2 points off the Premier League top 4. In other words, a win tonight at Wolverhampton would put them in 4th place in the championship, with Chelsea losing this weekend. The Hammers may even regret the final day as they led 3-0 against Arsenal before breaking down and being joined. After playing Manchester City and United as well as Tottenham in the last days, a rather favorable schedule awaits them for the last days. One of West Ham’s great strongmen this season is Czech midfielder Soucek, who has scored 9 goals this season.

The Hammers have a superb operation to do tonight on the Wolves lawn and could end up 4th. We see a West Ham victory or a draw with a maximum of 3 goals scored.

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