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West Ham vs Middlesbrough Premier League, 1st October

West Ham’s season just keeps going from bad to worse as they put in another abject display in a home loss against Southampton last weekend. They head into this weekend with the worst defensive record in the top flight and boss Slaven Bilic must be tearing out what little hair he has left over the way his side are playing. Will Middlesbrough be able to take advantage of West Ham’s frailties though, as Boro have lost their last three in a row and are struggling to put goals on the board. Their defence though may be fancied to shut out the attack of the Irons. West Ham are 21/20 for the win, with the draw at 12/5 and Middlesbrough at 5/2.
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West Ham vs Middlesbrough Betting Tips

What next for the Hammers in this miserable season of theirs? It has been one calamitous defensive display after another for them lately, and they go into this one on a four match losing streak in the top flight. They have shipped fourteen goals in their last four games as well and have only managed the one clean sheet this season, their 1-0 home win over Bournemouth back in August. So can the Hammers stop the rot on the weekend? This is the first time ever that they have lost five of their opening six top flight games in a season. They have some good form against Boro as West Ham have won their last seven Premier League home fixtures against them.

If you go back to April then West Ham have conceded 19 Premier League goals at home, more than any other side in the top flight during the same period. So the pressure is building on the London club here then and Diafra Sakho and Simone Zaza are up as 2/1 anytime goalscorer options, with Dimitri Payet at 9/4. Interestingly, Payet only lost six games last season that he appeared in, the Hammers have lost all four that he played in this season. Boro aren’t bringing huge offensive threat with them and West Ham to win to nil in this fixture would return you a big price of 11/4. That having been said, both teams have scored in each of the last three at West Ham and both teams to score in this one is a price of 3/4.

Middlesbrough have picked up five points so far in their top flight return, but they have lost their last three on the bounce. There hasn’t been enough output from them at all, which is kind of letting their half decent defence down. Boro have actually lost each of their last five Premier League away games in London and have won just two of their last 22 games in the capital in the top flight (D3 L17). So not a good record there at all. Alvaro Negredo netted five goals in four appearance against West Ham (all competitions) but he actually has just the one goal in his last 18 Premier League appearances. He is a quote of 2/1 in the anytime goalscorer market. Boto haven’t scored more than once in an away league game at West Ham since a 2-1 win in April 1989, netting four goals in 14 games since.

Who will win – West Ham vs Middlesbrough Predictions

The concern here for Boro would be their lack of goals and they may not have enough to hurt the Hammers, even with the London club’s defence being all over the shop at the moment. This has to be a chance that the Hammers take to snap their slump. Back the Hammers to win this and the game to go under 2.5 goals as well.