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Watford vs West Ham United: Team news, odds, KO and stats

Get the latest team news and stats ahead of the Premier League clash between Watford and West Ham United at Vicarage Road.

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Match Preview: Chelsea U23s vs West Ham United U23s: Premier League Two Division One Matchday Eight

In Matchday Eight of The PL2 Division One season, Terry Westley’s young Hammers make the trip to face Chelsea, with an opportunity to go level on points with reigning Champions Everton in second place. The hosts head into the tie off the back of a disappointing 1-3 home loss to Swansea City last Friday, whereas, our Hammer starlets are brimming with confidence following a thrilling 4-2 victory over Manchester United at The London Stadium. When? The tie will kick-off at 12:05 PM this…

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Live Blog: West Ham United vs Brighton & Hove Albion Live From The London Stadium

67: More Hammers pressure as Antonio gets in behind and draws the corner. 66: Some brilliant Duffy defending sets Brighton away, the danger is dealt with, 0-2. 65: Lanzini’s effort is much closer as it is deflected wide via the wall, but nothing is created from the corner. 64: Ayew does well to draw the foul and The No10 will have another set-piece in a similar area. 63: His effort flies helplessly over the bar, to some up our…

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Throwback Friday 1966: The Greatest Hammers That Ever Lived

In this week’s unusual Friday edition of our weekly Throwback segment, we hear from Bill, 80, a lifelong Hammer about the time that West Ham United won the World Cup. “Born in the Royal London Hospital, just before the outbreak of World War II, the prime time of my life was dominated by a golden era and that was the Swinging Sixties. Elvis Presley and The Beatles were rocking, men were…

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The 100 worst strikers in Premier League history: 80-61

After 25 years the Premier League has seen its fair share of great goalscorers. But it has also witnessed a fair amount of mediocrity in its time.

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Matchday Seven’s Premier League Review: The League Leaders Foil Antonio Conte’s Blues As The Hammers Steal A Late Victory Over The Swans

It’s now time to break down the huge chunks of another enthralling Premier League weekend as we look back at all of the action, with The League Leaders dealing The Blues a blow and our Hammers stealing a late victory over The Swans. Super Spurs Unstoppable At The John Smith’s Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur thrashed a sorry Huddersfield Town Side in Sky Sports’ early kick-off in Yorkshire in an impressive rout. …

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Matchday Six Premier League Preview: Hammers Face Spurs In Classic Derby Clash As The League Leaders Host Palace

After what was another highly controversial weekend of action on Matchday Five of the 2017/2018 Premier League season, fans have had to endure a rather tedious week of Carabao Cup action. But, “The Best League In The World” is duly back tomorrow lunchtime as we face Spurs in a classic London Derby and the league leaders host a desperate Eagles side. West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur (Saturday 12:30 PM) In Sky Sports’ early Saturday kick-off, we host Mauricio Pochettino’s Lilywhites to …

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Guardiola Humiliates Klopp In Early Kick-Off As Slaven Bilic Finally Tastes Sweet Victory

As the tedious international break finally concluded and The Premier League returned once again, there was plenty of controversy, spills, and thrills in match day four of the campaign, including The Citizens’ remarkable thrashing of The Reds and our superb victory over David Wagner’s Terriers to relieve Slaven Bilic of huge pressure. Mane Off As Jesus Shines In Astonishing City Rout Sky Sports’ Saturday lunchtime kick-off served up an absolute thriller at…

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The Hammers Travel To The North East As Super Sunday Serves Up A Cracker At Anfield

So, with barely any time to breathe between this week’s Carabao Cup action and the next round of League matches, we preview game week three of the 2017/2018 Premier League season as Super Sunday serves up a cracker at Anfield and Slaven Bilic’s men travel to the North East. Bournemouth vs Manchester City (Saturday 12:30 PM) In the Sky Live Saturday early kick-off, The Cherries entertain The Citizens at The Vitality Stadium in a fascinating match up. Eddie Howe’s men…

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Match Day Two’s Premier League Review: League Leaders’ Hit Swansea City For Four As Pellegrino Defeats Bilic at The St Mary’s

We witnessed spoils, thrills and plenty of red cards in Game Week Two of the 2017/2018 Premier League season, as the League leaders’ hit Swansea City for four and Mauricio Pellegrino got the better of Slaven Bilic in a Saturday afternoon thriller. Slick United Drown Sorry Swans Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United overcame Swansea City with an emphatic 0-4 thumping victory in the first League clash of the weekend live on Sky Sports. The Red Devils reached their victory thanks to goals…

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Martin Keown’s guide to every club

From title hopefuls to relegation candidates, three-time Premier League winner Martin Keown runs you through all you need to know about the runners and riders.

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Everton ponder £9million bid for West Ham’s Winston Reid

Manager Ronald Koeman wants cover for the injured Ramiro Funes Mori and is considering a bid for Winston Reid who has just returned to training following surgery on a shin injury

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West Ham 2-2 Werder Bremen: Marko Arnautovic bags on debut

Record signing Marko Arnautovic scored his first West Ham goal in a 2-2 draw with Werder Bremen. The Hammers were facing the German side in the Betway Cup in Lohne.

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David Sullivan says Dimitri Payet was ‘flawed’

Dimitri Payet was ‘a flawed individual’ and sold because he was a disruptive influence on the team, according to West Ham co-owner David Sullivan.

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West Ham unveil Marko Arnautovic in £24m move from Stoke

West Ham have officially unveiled the signing of Marko Arnautovic after completing the formalities on his £24million move from Stoke. The forward has put pen to paper on a five-year deal.

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Where Are They Now?: Foes Of The 2010/2011 Season Part Three: Matthew Upson

In this week’s edition of our weekly Where Are They Now? Segment we look at one of the main defenders of that abysmal season, but how did he contribute to our woeful relegation? And where is he now? Matthew Upson The name Matthew Upson is barely muttered on the terraces of The London Stadium, but the former Arsenal centre-back is one of the main scapegoats of our 2010/2011 season. Born in Eye, Matthew Upson signed for Luton Town in his teenage…

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West Ham Transfer Policy Revealed

They were standing under a scaffold, each with an arm round the other’s neck, and Princess Karen knew which was which in a moment, because one of them had ‘DUM’ embroidered on his collar, and the other ‘DEE.’ ‘I suppose they’ve each got “David” round at the back of the collar,’ she said to herself. They stood so still that she quite forgot they were alive, and she was just…

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Premier League transfer records: Club-by-club guide

Transfer fees paid out by clubs are rising astronomically. Sportsmail breaks down how the Premier League’s 20 current clubs have seen their own records increase in recent years.

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Newcastle interested in Manchester City’s Joe Hart

Rafa Benitez wants the England international goalkeeper to give his newly-promoted squad a firm foundation in the Premier League. He is also interesting West Ham on a loan deal.

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Chelsea news: Batshuayi won’t take another season on bench

Chelsea’s title hero Michy Batshuayi has admitted he cannot spend another season wallowing on the substitutes’ bench at Stamford Bridge. The Belgian is subject to plenty of interest.

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Ivan Gazidis has Arsenal safety net

CHARLES SALE – SPORTS AGENDA: Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis will benefit to the tune of more than £5.5million if a change of ownership leads to his departure.

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Six things you missed from the Premier League final day

Much of the final day was dominated by John Terry and with all the goings on, the finer points might have passed a few by. Do not worry Sportsmail had you covered in case you missed anything.

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Man Utd v Crystal Palace EPL LIVE SCORE

The final round of Premier League games is upon us, with Sunday afternoon seeing the season draw to an emotional close. Join Sportsmail’s TOM BASSAM for live updates from all the fixtures.

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Premier League team news from May 21

Ahead of the final day in the Premier League season, Sportsmail brings you the latest squad news, odds and stats on every top flight fixture as it breaks.

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Guardiola begins clear out with Zabaleta off to West Ham

JOE BERNSTEIN: Manchester City stalwart Pablo Zabaleta is heading to West Ham as Pep Guardiola’s clear-out at the Etihad Stadium started in earnest on Saturday.

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West Ham Lions 1 Tottenham Antelopes 0

Where the hell did that come from? OK, we played reasonably well at Stoke and defended well against Everton, but can anybody honestly say they saw us winning so comfortably? 1-0 may not sound like a pounding but had decent chances been converted, we would have run out 4-1 winners; and that scoreline would not have flattered us! The chances missed? Kouyate should have netted after Lloris blocked off Lanzini; Calleri should have buried the chance he…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Chelsea 19
2 Liverpool 18
3 Manchester City 17
4 Brighton & Hov… 15
5 Tottenham Hotspur 15
6 Manchester United 14
7 West Ham United 14
8 Everton 14
9 Brentford 12
10 Wolverhampton Wanderers 12
11 Leicester City 11
12 Aston Villa 10
13 Arsenal 10
14 Crystal Palace 7
15 Southampton 7
16 Watford 7
17 Leeds United 6
18 Burnley 3
19 Newcastle United 3
20 Norwich City 2

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