Team news, stats, predictions and how to follow the Premier League on Sunday West Ham host Wolves, live on Sky Sports.
West Ham v Wolves – Sunday; Starting at 2 PM, Live sky game from 1 pm
Team News: West Hammy Ukraine winger Andrey Yarmolenko has given him a compassionate leave to miss the Wolves visit.
Vladimir Kaufal is out after groin surgery and fellow right-back Ryan Fredericks has sprained his groin, so Ben Johnson will come in.
Manuel Lanzini is back in training after an Achilles problem but Arthur Masuacu and Angelo Ogbona are still recovering from knee injuries.
West Ham’s provisional squad…
Fabiansky, Erola, Randolph, Johnson, Dawson, Zouma, Creswell, Diop, Baptiste, Ellis, Rice, Sousek, Fornals, Noble, Kral, Chesters, Lanzini, Benrama, Bowen, Vlasik, Antonio, Okoflex.
Nelson Semedo likely to miss wolves After a 2-1 loss at Arsenal on Thursday.
The full-back appeared to be struggling with his hamstring and was replaced by Johnny for the first time in 10 months after a serious knee injury.
Pedro Neto will look to make his maiden start after returning from a similar spell, while Willie Bolly and Yerson Mosquera are in good form.
Provisional roster of wolves…
Sa, Rudy, Ait-Nuri, Cody, Semedo, Kilman, Boli, Markle, Johnny, Mosquera, Gomes, Sass, Neves, Moutinho, Dendoncar, Kandal, Podens, Neto, Trincao, Jimenez, Silva, Hwang.
- Wolves have lost two of their last three league matches against West Ham, as much as they have lost in their last nine (W6 D1). However, they won the reverse match this season in November, 1–0.
- Of all the sides they have played in the competition more than six times, Wolves’ best Premier League win rate is against West Ham (55% – W6 D1 L4). In fact, no team has beaten Wolves more than Hammer (6) in the Premier League.
- West Ham’s shot conversion rate this season is 13.7% (45 goals from 329 shots), its highest record in a Premier League campaign (since 1997–98).
- Jarrod Bowen has scored 16 Premier League goals (8 goals, 8 assists) for West Ham this season. Only two England players have made more appearances in a single campaign for the Hammers in the competition – Marlon Harwood (14 goals, 4 assists) in 2005–06 and Trevor Morley (13 goals, 4 assists) in 1993–94.
- Against Everton and Southampton (5 each) only Wolves Raul Jimenez scored more Premier League goals than West Ham (4). However, three of his four strikes against the Hammers came at Molyneux.
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