We asked the Betting Tips experts...
West Ham United were by many considered a real treath for a top spot this season, with Slaven Bilic ready to build on the foundation he put in to place last year. Things haven’t gone so far following the plan so we have asked to the expert what we can expect moving forward.
The Hammers surprised a lot during last season and with Dmitri Payet leading the line at Upton Park (as I prefer to call it), West Ham looked to be on to something very special.
The foundation was there and everything looked bright as a day with the new stadium also underway and ready to host the Hammers from this season and onwards.
West Ham’s last season and their qualification to a play off-spot to the Europa League was also the exact start the club wanted, to make the former Olympic venue home of a team that was about to conquer Europe.
But the season started horribly wrong and the failure to proceed in to the competition seemed to hit the club and players very hard – and the form was brought on to the Premier League season as well.
Dmitri Payet struggled to find his form and Slaven Bilic openly said after seven games, and only 4 points, that he – of course – was looking in to the mirror and asking himself if he was the right man to lead this team.
Having said that, West Ham is now walking the long way back in to the race for a higher position than the one they parks at right now.
15’th after 9 games was surely not what the fans, nor the club, expected but with back-to-back wins The Hammers could be on to something better again. We have enquired with betting tips experts at BettingTips4you.com who have provided their view on what we can expect from their team.
Their feeling is that West Ham’s form of lately will be more common than the one we saw during the early days of the season and there are fine odds on the team to finish in the Top 10.
With PaddyPower you can get Hammers to finish Top 10 at 5/2 and that’s something I’ll be all over my self.
It will surely be tough and tight but beneath Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and Liverpool there are four open spots in the upper half, with one of them up for grabs for Hammers.