Gillingham vs West Ham betting tips: FA Cup match preview and predictions

Gillingham vs West Ham betting tips

This article covers Gillingham versus West Ham betting tips and predictions ahead of Sunday’s action in the FA Cup 3rd round.

Also included is a thorough Gillingham vs West Ham betting preview.

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Gillingham vs West Ham: What are the betting odds?

Gillingham vs West Ham betting tips: Who will win?

Back Gillingham to win at home at 19/4.

West Ham are the favourites to win at 8/15.

The draw is priced at 10/3.

Back Gillingham-West Ham (half time/full time) at 18/1.

Back both teams to score at 3/4.

Sebastien Haller is 11/5 to score the first goal, 11/10 to score anytime.

Michail Antonio is 3/1 to score first, 8/5 to score anytime.

Mark Noble is 13/5 to score in the hame, while Robert Snodgrass is 9/4 to score.

For Gillingham, Alex Jabuiak is 15/4 to score first and 11/4 to score anytime.

Gillingham vs West Ham betting tips: Recommended bets

Back West Ham at 40/1 to win the FA Cup

18/1 on Robert Snodgrass to score anytime & West Ham to win 2-1

Gillingham vs West Ham betting prediction: Gillingham 1 – West Ham 2


LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 29: David Moyes poses for a portrait as he is unveiled as the new manager of West Ham United at The London Stadium on December 29, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Karl Bridgeman/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

Gillingham vs West Ham: Match preview

West Ham are set to travel to Gillingham on Sunday the 5th of January. The two sides are facing off in the FA Cup 3rd round.

West Ham are entering this year’s competition in the 3rd round whilst Gillingham’s 2019/20 FA Cup journey began in the 1st round where they saw off Sunderland.

The League One outfit then earned a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Doncaster in the 2nd round.

West Ham have clinched the FA Cup three times throughout their history, the last time being in 1980. They have also been runners up twice in 1923 and 2006.

West Ham would lose to Liverpool on penalties in the 2006 FA Cup final.

As for Gillingham, they have never made it past the 6th round of the competition.

The last time these two sides met was all the way back in 2005 when West Ham came out on top.

The two outfits have faced off just 10 times throughout their history with West Ham winning six of those ties.

In terms of form, it is Gillingham who have enjoyed the better results recently.

David Moyes back at West Ham

West Ham parted ways with Manuel Pellegrini earlier this week after the Chilean managed to guide the Hammers to just two wins in his final 14 games in the dugout.

David Moyes has since taken the reins at West Ham with this stint the second time the Scotsman has been in the West Ham dugout.

Moyes took over the London outfit back in the 2017/18 season when they were in similarly poor form. The former Manchester United boss managed to steady the ship and guide them to a 13th place finish in the Premier League that term.

And the Irons will no doubt be hoping for a similar outcome this season as well.

Moyes’ first game in charge this time around saw West Ham comprehensively beat Bournemouth 4-0.

Gillingham team news vs West Ham

Gillingham midfielder Mark Byrne is injured for the West Ham match with a long term knee issue.

Midfielder Matthew Willock is also yet to return from a spell on the sidelines with hamstring and knee problems.

West Ham team news vs Gillingham

David Moyes has a few injury problems.

Goalie David Martin is out with a thigh problem, while Jack Wilshere has ongoing groin issues.

Andriy Yarmolenko is yet to return from a hamstring strain.

Predicted Gillingham line-up vs West Ham

Predicted Gillingham XI vs West Ham

Predicted Gillingham XI vs West Ham

Predicted West Ham line-up vs Gillingham

Predicted West Ham XI vs Gillingham

Predicted West Ham XI vs Gillingham

Gillingham last five games: DWDWD

Gillingham are unbeaten in 7 matches, while they have one defeat in 12.

However, the Gills have lacked consistency recently.

A 1-1 draw at Fleetwood Town was followed by a 3-1 home win over MK Dons.

Gillingham then drew away at Ipswich before beating Rochdale 1-0 at home.

On New Year’s Day, Gillingham were held to a 1-1 draw at home against Portsmouth.

West Ham last five games: DWDDW

West Ham finished 2019 on a losing run, with three defeats in four games.

While West ham beat Southampton, defeats to Arsenal, Crystal Palace and Leicester eventually saw Manuel Pellegrini get the sack.

In David Moyes’s first match in his second spell with the Irons, West Ham thrashed Bournemouth 4-0.

Mark Noble scored twice, Sebastien Haller netted a sweet volley while Felipe Anderson scored his 1st of the season.

Premier League table – 2019/2020

#TeamMPWDLFADP
1Liverpool FC26251061154676
2Manchester City27183668293957
3Leicester City27155754272750
4Chelsea FC2713594537844
5Tottenham Hotspur2711794436840
6Sheffield United27101072925440
7Manchester United2610883829938
8Burnley FC27114123339-637
9Wolverhampton Wanderers2681263532336
10Everton FC26106103438-436
11Arsenal FC2671363634234
12Southampton FC27104133448-1434
13Crystal Palace2789102432-833
14Newcastle United2787122441-1731
15Brighton & Hove Albion27610113239-728
16AFC Bournemouth2775152643-1726
17Aston Villa2774163452-1825
18West Ham United2666143045-1524
19Watford FC2659122440-1624
20Norwich City2646162448-2418
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League One table – 2019/2020

#TeamMPWDLFADP
1Rotherham United32186858332560
2Coventry City311612345291660
3Wycombe Wanderers3317884437759
4Sunderland AFC32169745261957
5Peterborough United331671065392655
6Fleetwood Town31159747351254
7Portsmouth FC31158845311453
8Ipswich Town331410945321352
9Oxford United32149953341951
10Gillingham FC33121473930950
11Doncaster Rovers321391047321548
12Burton Albion321210104544146
13Bristol Rovers32119123545-1042
14Accrington Stanley32109134648-239
15Lincoln City34116174144-339
16Blackpool31911113939038
17Shrewsbury Town31911112636-1038
18Milton Keynes Dons32106163442-836
19Rochdale AFC3296173653-1733
20AFC Wimbledon33710163751-1431
21Tranmere Rovers3158182956-2723
22Southend United3337233582-4716
23Bolton Wanderers3058172462-3811
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