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Hammers hit the bottom three

A mixed bag of results from the teams locked into a relegation battle left the Hammers in the bottom three this afternoon and looking for at least a point to escape on goal difference tomorrow .

Everton boss Dyche grabs his second win

The shock result was Southampton’s 1-0 win at Chelsea – a team we had believed we had done well to take a point from at the London Stadium last week.

But it was victories for Bournemouth at Wolves and Everton against Leeds – their second from three since Sean Dyche took over – that left the Hammers looking for a win at Spurs.

Were they to do so it would take them into 1nto the 15th spot currently occupied by the Molineux outfit.

Nottingham Forest – under their excellent manager Steve Cooper – saw his team take another forward step after their early struggles by clinching a splendid 1-1 draw when coming from behind against Manchester City.

Declan Rice commented recently how hard it is to keep looking at other results and seeing ourselves in this position – but this should make him and the lads even more determined as they go into what has become a truly critical game tomorrow.

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3 comments on “Hammers hit the bottom three

  1. Is anyone really surprised, to stay in this division you need to win games, to win games you need to have an attacking mindset. It’s not rocket science, as long as Moyes remains we are heading to the championship.

  2. I really hope we get a result tomorrow but if we don’t then I really hope Moyes gets what he should of got in January…….. THE SACK

  3. We didn’t want Dyche ! Wonder where we would West Ham would be, if we had have taken him on ?

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