Last Updated on May 9, 2023 by Amber Heard
West Ham Vs AFC Bournemouth Timeline
Whenever a club plays another, they have to face a number of issues. One of these is the head-to-head record. Obviously, this is important for the fans, but also it is very important for the club itself. For instance, if a team wins a few games in a row, it means that they are a strong team. However, if they lose a few, then it means that they are weak. This is why you should know what kind of form each team is in before you make your bets.
Despite being two points behind Bournemouth in the league table, West Ham will be looking to bounce back from a defeat to Liverpool. The Hammers have been unbeaten in their last five matches at the London Stadium, and will hope to continue this run against the Cherries.
A win for West Ham could see them move into the upper half of the table, but the Hammers will need to be at their best against the Cherries. The Cherries have a lot to play for as they look to get back on the winning side.
Bournemouth are also looking to bounce back from a 1-0 loss against Southampton in midweek. The Cherries have scored nine goals in their last three away games, but have managed to keep one clean sheet.
Bournemouth have lost only one of their last six matches. Their 0-3 loss against Southampton on the South Coast came in their first game under new manager Gary O’Neil.
Neither Bournemouth nor West Ham United are in good form in the Premier League right now. The last four games that these two teams have played have all ended in defeat for each side.
AFC Bournemouth are ranked 14th in the Premier League, while West Ham United are ranked 16th. The club has not won a Premier League game since May 2018. The last time that these teams met was in September 2018, when West Ham defeated the Cherries 3-1.
AFC Bournemouth’s home form has been poor so far this season. They’ve lost seven of nine matches and drew the other. They’ve managed to pick up three points from their last three matches though.
West Ham United are in poor form away from home. They’ve only won one of their last four away matches. Their last two away matches have both been drawn.
Bournemouth have a better record against West Ham than most teams. They’ve beaten the Hammers more times than any other team.
BT TV coverage
BT TV is broadcasting the West Ham vs AFC Bournemouth match on Monday 24 October. The game will kick off at 8pm and is being played at the London Stadium. The match will be refereed by David Coote.
Both teams have had an upturn in form. The Cherries have won their last five games and the Hammers have lost three. The Cherries have been the only team to record more than a single first half goal in each of the season’s first 10 matches.
There is a match-up prediction website that suggests that the Hammers have a 60% chance of winning the game. It also states that the winner of the match will be the first Premier League game ever to be televised.
There is a good chance that this is the end of a relegation battle. After two wins against Wolves and Fulham, the Hammers sit two points behind AFC Bournemouth in the table.
Despite a poor start to the season, Bournemouth have shown they can perform well. The team has won two out of three away games since Gary O’Neil took over as interim manager. They will be looking to put their poor run of form behind them when they take on West Ham United on Monday.
They have won four of their five home matches so far this season. However, they have failed to score in each of their last three defeats in the league.
This should be a close game, with both teams desperately seeking points. It should be a tight match, and a West Ham win could be the result. The bookies are offering odds of 1.53 for the home team to win, which is the best value.
Bournemouth have only scored two goals in their last six league matches. They have also conceded 23 in total. This is tied for the second-worst goal difference in the Premier League.