West Ham United vs Southampton – 101 Great Goals prediction: West Ham 1-1 SouthamptonWest Ham to draw 1-1 with Southampton is 11/2 with Bet365
West Ham have conceded at least three goals in four of their last five matches – although they have only lost one of their last six at the London Stadium in all competitions.
West Ham vs Southampton: Who will win?
The bookies see Southampton as slight favourites.
The Saints are 8/5 for the win. Whilst West Ham are rated at 8/15.First goal scorer tip: Charlie Austin is 11/2 with Bet365
West Ham vs Southampton: Premier League preview
Southampton travel to the capital to take on West Ham at the London Stadium on Saturday in a relegation six-pointer.
Southampton begin the weekend inside the relegation zone. However, a win on Saturday would see them move out of the bottom three and above West Ham.
Prior to the international break, Southampton progressed to the semi-finals of the FA Cup with a 2-0 win over League One side Wigan Athletic. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Cedric Soares netted for the Saints.
Southampton lost their last Premier League match 3-0 away at Newcastle.
Crowd trouble at the London Stadium
West Ham’s last home fixture was marred by crowd trouble. Home supporters fought in the stands with the traveling Burnley fans.
Things weren’t any better on the pitch for the Hammers, who suffered a 3-0 home defeat.
The loss ended a five-match unbeaten run at home for David Moyes’ side, who begin the weekend one place and two points above the drop-zone.
Southampton were the winners in a thrilling contest in August’s reverse fixture. West Ham twice came form behind to level the scores before Charlie Austin netted a stoppage-time penalty. Manolo Gabbiadini, Dusan Tadic and Javier Hernandez (2) were the other goal scorers at St Mary’s.West Ham Win, Both Teams To Score-Yes, Over 10.5 Corners 8/1 with Ladbrokes
West Ham team news vs Southampton
Edimilson Fernandes returned to action for Swizterland’s U21s following a knee injury.
Arthur Masuaku is available again after serving a six-match ban. The Democratic Republic of the Congo player left international duty without permission and made his comeback in a fundraising match against Dagenham and Redbridge.
James Collins also featured in the friendly but was withdrawn before the half-hour mark due to injury.
West Ham are also set to be without Winston Reid and Jose Fonte, which could leave the Hammers short at the back.
Manuel Lanzini picked up a knock on international duty with Argentina but is expected to recover in time for Saturday.
Pedro Obiang and Sam Byram remain out with long-term injuries.
Southampton team news vs West Ham
Steven Davis, who has been sidelined with a hamstring strain since February, was forced to withdraw from the Northern Ireland camp.
Ryan Bertrand was another international casualty, withdrawing from the Three Lions squad as a precautionary measure. The full-back is expected to be fine for Saturday.
Charlie Austin is closing in on a return but it would be a big surprise were he to start at West Ham after a long injury lay-off.Marko Arnautovic to score & West Ham to win is 4/1 with William Hill
West Ham predicted line-up vs Southampton
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