Considering the investment in to new players and a match winning manager West Ham have suffered a disappointing start to this year’s campaign. That’s probably an understatement as it’s actually the worse start they’ve managed in 92 seasons. Could this become a season for West Ham to forget, or will they capitalise on what’s happening at Old Trafford to kick start their campaign?
West Ham’s last outing at home saw a staunch defence frustrate contenders Chelsea, if they can muster United
then who knows what may happen.
Man United have managed only three wins in six league outings, with tensions high can they turn things around on the pitch? It’s been done before though the usual just hasn’t been happing for United recently.
We wouldn’t predict a goal fest here as West Ham worked well at the back and United won’t have much to contend with up front.
|West Ham - 0||Versus||Man United - 0||10 May 2018|
|Man United - 4||Versus||West Ham - 0||13 Aug 2017|
|West Ham - 0||Versus||Man United - 2||02 Jan 2017|
|Man United - 4||Versus||West Ham - 1||30 Nov 2016|
|Man United - 1||Versus||West Ham - 1||27 Nov 2016|
Manchester United are winning the injury fight against West Ham, who go into tomorrow's game without Carlos Sanchez who is sidelined with Wilshere and Carroll. Man United have Rashford back after his ban and will they really miss Romero after his red mid-week?