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Hammers Keep Unbeaten Home Record

  West Ham United remain unbeaten at home but have lost 100% home record at Upton Park thanks to skipper Kevin Nolan's lastgasp equaliser, which meant they grabbed a well-deserved point in a 1-1 draw with Sunderland on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side from the team that drew with Norwich City at Carrow Road last weekend, meaning ....


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Hammer Pick Up Point At Norwich

  This season seems to be a complete reversal of the last campaign; West Ham United weren't so good at home but kept winning on the road, whereas this term the Hammers are unbeaten at home but are yet to pick up 3 points away. After a diabolical result from their last away fixture against Swansea City, they did a little better today as they made it 7 points from 4 ....


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Electric Start Downs Cottagers

  On their return to Barclays Premier League action following their progression to the Capital One Cup 3rd Round in midweek, West Ham United recorded another win at home as they beat Fulham 3-0 on Saturday afternoon. Andy Carroll made his debut in place of Carlton Cole. Otherwise, Sam Allardyce made three changes from last weekend's defeat at the Liberty Stadium: ....


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Hammers Back On Track Against Crewe

  West Ham United claimed their 1st midweek home win on Tuesday night since 2004 which resulted in them progressing to the Capital One Cup 3rd Round due to a 2-0 victory over Crewe Alexandra at Upton Park. A much changed side to the team that suffered a horrendous defeat to Swansea City on Saturday took to the field, but the starting line-up did include the familiar ....


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Hammers Lose On The Road

  Compared to last campaign, when they had the best away record in the league, this season West Ham United's campaign on the road did not get off to the best of starts as they were defeated 3-0 by Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium this afternoon. As expected, new signing Matt Jarvis went straight into the starting line-up as part of a front three which included ....


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New Season Starts With Win

  West Ham United kicked off their 2012/13 campaign with a 1-0 victory over Aston Villa at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. New signings Jussi Jaaskelainen, George McCartney, Mohamed Diame and James Collins all made their debuts while Alou Diarra and Modibo Maiga were on the bench. After a slow start to the game, in which Paul Lambert's side had the best of the ....


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Wembley Win Confirms Hammers Promotion

  West Ham United have achieved their pre-season aim by bouncing straight back to the Barclays Premier League at the first attempt after suffering the pain of relegation last season by beating Blackpool 2-1 in the npower Championship play-off final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce once again named the same starting line-up that had started the ....


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Hammers Thrash Bluebirds To Make Final

Latest from uptonsparks.com   West Ham United are through to the play-off final, as the London club will return to the capital on 19 May after beating Cardiff City 3-0 at Upton Park on Monday afternoon making the overall score in the tie 5-0. Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side for the first time since the home game against Crystal ....


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Comfortable Advantage Taken Into Second Leg

West Ham United ended their away fixture programme for the campaign by recording a 14th victory on the road as they beat Cardiff City 2-0 in their play-off semi-final first leg at the Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday night. Sam Allardyce made one change to the team that ended the regular npower Championship season at home to Hull City on Saturday, as he brought in Jack Collison to replace Henri ....


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Hammers Into Play-off With Hull Victory

West Ham United missed out on automatic promotion and had to settle for a place in the play-offs, despite ending their regular-season with a 2-1 victory over Hull City on Saturday afternoon. Just one change was made by manager Sam Allardyce to the team that won at Leicester City on Monday, as Henri Lansbury came in for Jack Collison. There were a couple of surprises on the bench however, as ....


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Automatic Promotion Hopes Still Alive

The race for automatic promotion will go down to the wire, as West Ham United came from a goal behind to win and end their regular-season away fixtures by beating Leicester City 2-1 at the King Power Stadium on Monday night. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the side that drew 1-1 against Bristol City at Ashton Gate last week. Danny Collins and Henri Lansbury dropped to the bench to make way ....


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City Point Means It's All But Play-offs

West Ham United failed to capitalise on their magnificent 6-0 home win against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday and barring a miracle are now set to finish in the play-off places after dropping 2 points in a 1-1 draw against Bristol City on Tuesday night. With Gary O'Neil picking up a knock and Carlton Cole aggravating an old knee injury at the weekend, Sam Allardyce brought in Danny Collins ....


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Hammers Knock Seagulls For Six

If West Ham United's fans were pleased with the second half comeback against Birmingham City on Monday, they would have been delighted with Saturday afternoon's 6-0 demolition of Brighton and Hove Albion, which ended their seven-game search for that elusive home win. Sam Allardyce made three changes from Monday's game, as Abdoulaye Faye, George McCartney and Nicky Maynard all dropped out to make ....


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Astonishing Fight Back Earns Point

An astonishing comeback saw West Ham United come from 3-1 behind to end up with a point against Birmingham City at Upton Park on Monday evening. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the team that broke the record for the most away victories in a season against Barnsley on Friday. Guy Demel and Matthew Taylor dropped out and in came Abdoulaye Faye and Carlton Cole. Although the Hammers started well ....


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Hammers Are Record Breakers

After the disappointing home defeat to Reading last Saturday, West Ham United broke a club record by achieving their twelfth win on the road by comprehensively beating Barnsley 4-0 at Oakwell on Friday. Most reports previewing this game suggested that Mark Noble would be unavailable for selection after picking up a thigh strain in last weekend's 4-2 defeat, but Sam Allardyce was able to call on ....


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Hammers Suffer Right Royal Thrashing

West Ham United's run of 11 games without defeat is over as they suffered their first home loss since last December when Reading came from behind to secure a comprehensive 2-4 win at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon to keep them in 2nd place in the table. Sam Allardyce made one change to the side that played in midweek as Julien Faubert was given a start in place of the injured Joey ....


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Posh Double Done, Now For Promotion

It's been mentioned on the official website for some weeks now and on Tuesday night West Ham United finally equalled a club record of 11 away wins in a season as they beat Peterborough United 2-0 at London Road. The win leaves them 1 point behind 2nd placed Reading, whom they face at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the team that came from behind to snatch a ....


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Hammers Fail To Finish Off Burnley

It's becoming a re-occurring theme now as West Ham United have drawn again, but this time they had to come from two goals down to grab a point against Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made two changes from the team that lined up against Middlesbrough on Tuesday night. Abdoulaye Faye missed out so Jack Collison came in to replace him while Gary O'Neill was preferred to ....


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Hammers Take Up Drawing

West Ham United fans must currently be thinking that their team are like artists - they keep drawing at home! Yes, they picked up their fifth draw in as many games when they only achieved a 1-1 scoreline with Middlesbrough at Upton Park on Tuesday night. James Tomkins and Abdoulaye Faye both passed fitness tests before kick-off, so Sam Allardyce only made one change to the side that grabbed a ....


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Hammers Fail To Break Club Record But Earn Leeds Point

West Ham United remain in the play-off places after they couldn't equal the club record of 11 away wins in a season, but they managed to come from behind to earn a 1-1 draw with Leeds United at Elland Road this afternoon. Sam Allardyce named a team that showed three changes to last week's 1-1 draw against Doncaster Rovers. Danny Collins made his full debut, as James Tomkins moved to midfield to ....


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Another Home Draw For Hammers

West Ham United remain 2nd in the table but are now only ahead of third-place Reading on goal difference after following up the disappointing 1-1 home draw with Watford on Wednesday with another stalemate by the same scoreline with 23rd placed Doncaster Rovers on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce made three changes from the clash with the Hornets. In came Henri Lansbury, Jack Collison ....


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Hammers Disappoint But Earn Watford Draw

West Ham United remain second in the npower Championship after failing to take advantage of Southhampton's slip up against Ipswich Town as the Hammers also drew 1-1 in their home clash with Watford on Wednesday night. Sam Allardyce made three changes to the side that won so impressively at Cardiff city on Sunday. Ricardo Vaz Te, Jack Collison and Henri Lansbury were with replaced by Matthew ....


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Hammers Grab Important Win

It was reported on BBC London 94.9 on Friday night that Cardiff City had never recorded a league double over West Ham United and this afternoon that record continued, as the Hammers beat the Bluebirds 2-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium. Sam Allardyce made two changes to the team that played in last weekend's goalless draw with Crystal Palace. James Tomkins dropped back into defence in place of ....


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Hammers Fall Despite Palace Point

After beating Blackpool 4-1 on Tuesday to go 2 points clear of Southhampton, West Ham United's 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace on Saturday saw the Saints regain the top spot. With Robert Green seeing his red card overturned on Thursday, Sam Allardyce was able to name an unchanged side for the first time since November. When the game kicked off, it was Palace who looked the brighter of the two ....


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Hammers Turn Tangerines Red Faced

went close after just three minutes and just two minutes later, Julien Faubert wasted a good opportunity after being put through on goal by Maynard. West Ham continued to pile on the pressure as Maynard went close again but his effort was diverted out for a corner by Tangerines' defender Craig Cathcart. On 28 minutes the visitors made their superiority count as James Tomkins headed home a Mark ....


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