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Unibet Predictions: West Ham – Arsenal Predictions and Tips For Today

West Ham - Arsenal PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, February 11, 2024.
Kick-off: 15:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: West Ham – Arsenal
TIPS: Away Win | Odds: 1.52@Unibet | Result: 0:2 WIN!!!

West Ham – Arsenal Predictions and Preview

  • West Ham United are winless across their last six competitive fixtures (D4, L2), a run that began after they beat Arsenal 2-0 just before Christmas. Manager David Moyes was still trying to find a positive outlook following their 3-0 Premier League defeat to Manchester United last weekend in what was their joint-second heaviest margin of defeat in their league campaign so far, pointing to “mitigating circumstances” for his side’s demise.
  • Those circumstances perhaps include missing influential duo Lucas Paquetá through injury and Mohammed Kudus to AFCON for four games, yet the Hammers remain in contention for European qualification, helped by only losing two home league fixtures this term (W5, D4). They’re also unbeaten across their last six PL games here (W3, D3), four of the last five of which produced under 2.5 goals.
  • In contrast, Arsenal arrive here in high spirits having beaten Liverpool 3-1 last weekend to mark themselves down as genuine title contenders again this season. Yet Mikel Arteta’s team should be wary as they’ve won none of the last three H2Hs (D1, L2), including a 3-1 EFL Cup defeat at this ground in November, and have sometimes struggled to follow up significant results with similar performances in subsequent games.
  • Criticised by some for over-celebrating their Liverpool victory, the Gunners could be forgiven for enjoying themselves should they win here as they’ve triumphed in only one of their last four away league fixtures (D1, L2). As the last five meetings at the London Stadium saw both teams score though (W2, D2, L1), Arsenal may need to do something they’ve only done once in those last four away league games to secure a positive result – score more than once!
  • Players to watch: West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen netted against Arsenal in their League Cup win in November and three of his last four goals arrived between the 70th and 80th minute. Another potential late scorer is Arsenal’s Leandro Trossard, who after completing the scoring against Liverpool has netted five of his six league goals for Arsenal after the 55th minute.
  • Hot stat: Prior to the round, only Manchester City had conceded fewer first-half Premier League goals at home than West Ham’s three this season.