Sheffield United hosts West Ham United at the Bramall Lane
Sheffield United won just one point in their last three games, which led the Blades to losing few positions in the league. Right now they are 8th in the standings with 29 points, which is also pretty good for them, of course. In the same time the 5th Manchester United is just two points away, so Sheffield United have a realistic chance to get back to European contention very soon.
Chris Wilder’s boys lost their last two games in the league against Manchester City and Liverpool, but of course there’s nothing shameful in losing against the two best teams in the league. Plus, the Blades played away from home in both matches.
Few days ago the Blades reached the next phase of the FA Cup after a 2-1 win at home against Fylde. Callum Robinson and Leon Clarke scored for the hosts.
West Ham’s new manager David Moyes debuted in the best way possible for his new club, recording two wins in the first two games. The Scottish tactician replaced the sacked Manuel Pellegrini and he could be satisfied with the way he started.
After the 4-0 win against Bournemouth in the Premier League, West Ham enjoyed a 2-0 win over Gillingham in the FA Cup. Both goals were scored in the last 15 minutes when Pablo Zabaleta and Pablo Fornals found the target.
Against Sheffield United David Moyes will be without the injured Andriy Yarmolenko, Michail Antonio and Jack Wilshere.
That’s out English Premier League predictions for the game between Sheffield United and West Ham United on Friday. Will David Moyes record three from three since his appointment at the Hammers? Or maybe Sheffield United will get back to positive results?