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Rise or fall time for Hammers

The Hammers will be looking for results to go their way as they bid to climb into eleventh or possibly even tenth place following the game against Bournemouth at the London Stadium tomorrow night (Mon).

With Everton beating Palace 3-0 yesterday taking them onto 13 points from 12 games and leaving the south Londoners on 13th in twelfth place, the way is currently open for the Hammers to rise.

We currently have 11 points and a win over the Cherries would take us above them, the Toffees and Palace but we will be looking for positive results elsewhere to avoid a slide into the bottom three.

Southampton, Leeds, Aston Villa and Wolves who all sit beneath us have tricky looking fixtures.

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Saints on 11 points face Arsenal at home, Villa welcome Brentford; Fulham travel to Leeds and Wolves entertain Leicester City.

The three clubs are all on nine points so wins for those beneath us would put us in that relegation zone.

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One comment on “Rise or fall time for Hammers

  1. Yes, win tomorrow and we are 10th. Nothing to choose between most teams so far, must be most competitive league in football but no good for the nerves of the committed! We have every chance now of reaching top six if we can keep key players fit!

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