Manchester United welcome the visitors West Ham United in the English Premiere League – Round 34. The match will be held on Saturday, April, 13th, at the Old Trafford (Manchester).
Midweek, Manchester United conceded to Barcelona in the Champions League quarterfinal held at home, 0:1. So, it’s over. There won’t be another piece of luck as they featured in the last-round clash with Paris Saint-Germain (the ‘Red Devils’ also lost on their turf then, yet by a 0:2 scoreline, and won in Paris, 1:3). Domestically, United won’t probably descend lower than the 6th place that they currently take. Will they climb up? They miss 3 points to reach the Champions League’s zone, and there are 6 more rounds to play yet. The team will possibly succeed, but they cannot afford dropping points at the Old Trafford as a minimum.
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In 4 recent encounters, West Ham United registered a sole win over the last Huddersfield Town and suffered 3 losses. If their last-round defeat to Chelsea was predictable, the loss to Cardiff City 4 fixtures back did not seem logical. The ‘Hammers’ are no longer ambitious. They have an 11-point relegation buffer and will not make a company to Huddersfield who plan to move to the Championship. The European spots are impossible to achieve. The team just need to play the season out and leave for vacation.
In the first-term meeting with United held on West Ham’s side, the ‘Hammers’ won, 3:1, which makes their tomorrow’s outlook less promising. Though the ‘Devils’ competed in the Champions League this Wednesday and West Ham had rest, the hosts on the day will probably attain 3 points. Of 13 head-to-heads at the Old Trafford, 10 saw United’s wins, and 3 ended in a draw. Now the visitors can hardly count on a stalemate. The hosts’ table placement requires them to rack up as many points as possible; the guests’ motivation is in the past, and their sound play is also somewhere far; thus, the ‘Devils’ are seen victors tomorrow. Notably, they will feature an assertive win. The team will manage to score 3 goals on their own. Ole Gunnar Solskjær tends to attacking football, and his side boast attacking performers like Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku, and Paul Pogba. That said, the hosts are often leaky. They missed 43 goals this campaign. So, they may possibly miss the guests’ counterattack. At home, United conceded 1 match of 16 and won 9. 12 of these fixtures were overscoring. In 2 recent home meetings with West Ham, the ‘Devils’ won, having shipped over 4 goals. They will probably register another win tomorrow, and the clash will produce over 2 goals.
Prediction for the match: Manchester United to win & Over 2.5 goals.