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Hammers Break Chelsea's Winning Streak

  West Ham United would have wanted to follow up last weekend's win over Everton with another success when Chelsea came to Stratford in Sunday's London derby. However, they couldn't quite manage it and had to settle for a goalless draw. Manuel Pellegrini would have named an unchanged side but Marko Arnautovic's knee injury kept him out of the squad so Michail Antonio took his ....

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No Silva Lining As Hammers Claim First Win

  Manuel Pellegrini has been given the nickname "the engineer" and on his 65th birthday, he engineered West Ham United's first Premier League win of the season, as they beat Everton 3-1 on Sunday afternoon. The manager again made changes as Ryan Fredericks was left out of the squad completely, while Aaron Cresswell, Carlos Sánchez, Robert Snodgrass and Michail Antonio ....

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Wolves Pounce On Pointless Hammers

  West Ham United didn't have the best of records when facing the newly-promoted teams last season and that record wasn't improved when the Hammers came up against last season's Sky Bet Championship winners Wolverhampton Wanderers to start September. Nuno Espírito Santo's men took all three points away from Stratford by claiming a late 1-0 victory. Despite conflicting ....

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Hammers Eventually Nail Wimbledon

  It may have been a tough evening at The Cherry Red Records Stadium for West Ham United on Tuesday but, at least they are through to the third round of the Carabao Cup after coming from behind to beat Sky Bet League One side AFC Wimbledon 3-1. Only Issa Diop and Robert Snodgrass retained their places from the defeat at The Emirates Stadium as Manuel Pellegrini made nine ....

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Agonizing Day At The Emirates

  West Ham United have made an identical start to this season as they did the last campaign. They fell back to the bottom of the table after a 3-1 defeat to Arsenal on Saturday afternoon. Manuel Pellegrini rotated his squad again as he made four changes to the team that were beaten at home by AFC Bournemouth last weekend. Issa Diop and Carlos Sánchez were both given ....

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Cherries Blossom Against Hammers

  West Ham United were keen to make amends for the defeat at Liverpool a week ago but unfortunately, AFC Bournemouth had other ideas, as they came from behind to beat Manuel Pellegrini's side 2-1 in Stratford on Saturday afternoon. Pellegrini made three changes to the side that played at Anfield last weekend, as Ryan Fredericks, Declan Rice and Michail Antonio weren't even ....

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Familiar Failings At Anfield

  While there was major excitement off the pitch over the summer about West Ham United's chances of claiming a top ten finish, it didn't transfer onto the field as it was another opening day to forget, as Liverpool beat them 4-0 at Anfield on Sunday afternoon. Manuel Pellegrini included five of his summer recruits as there were full debuts for Lukasz Fabianski, Ryan ....

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Hammers End Campaign By Crushing Toffees

  At the end of last season, West Ham United secured a final day win at Burnley and on Sunday afternoon, they ended the 2017/18 campaign with their first home win over Everton since April 2007, as they beat Sam Allardyce's Toffees 3-1. David Moyes stuck with the same team that played out the goalless draw with Manchester United three days earlier which meant Mark Noble made ....

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Hammers In Heaven With Red Devils Point

  West Ham United continued their unbeaten start to May after they were held to a goalless draw by Manchester United on Thursday. David Moyes named the same team that played against the Foxes five days earlier, as Adrián remained in goal even though Joe Hart was back on the bench after recovering from illness. Both teams saw plenty of the ball in the opening stages ....

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Top Flight Status Confirmed At Leicester

  Most of the recent games for West Ham United have been crucial but they started May by securing their Premier League status with a third away win of the season, thanks to a 2-0 victory over Leicester City at The King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Adrián retained his place in goal as Joe Hart was not involved due to illness which meant Nathan Trott was again on ....

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City Breeze Past Hammers

  After the 4-1 defeat to Arsenal last weekend, West Ham United ended April winless as Manchester City romped to a win by the same scoreline in Stratford on Sunday afternoon. David Moyes made three changes to the team that lost at The Emirates Stadium as Adrián replaced Joe Hart in goal, while João Mário and Arthur Masuaku dropped to the bench in favour ....

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Gunners Blow Hammers Away

  Last Monday's 1-1 draw with Stoke City in Stratford lifted West Ham United back up to fourteenth in the Premier League Table but they are now down to fifteenth after a 4-1 defeat to Arsenal in their London derby at The Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Despite Angelo Ogbonna suffering with tendinitis in the week, the defender had recovered in time to retain his place ....

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Hammers Left Frustrated But Come Away With Point

  Having dropped to fifteenth in the Premier League table over the weekend, West Ham United moved back up to fourteenth after a late equaliser earnt them a point in a 1-1 draw with Stoke City in Stratford on Monday night. Despite being substituted due to injury at Stamford Bridge, Aaron Cresswell had recovered in time to face the Potters, meaning David Moyes decided to go ....

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Hammers Earn Precious Point

  David Moyes's record without a win at Stamford Bridge may have been extended on Sunday afternoon, but his West Ham United side drew 1-1 in their London derby against Chelsea but the point means that they remain fourteenth in the Premier League table. With Michail Antonio having been ruled out for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury, one change was made to the team ....

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Saints Surrender As Hammers Boost Survival Hopes

  West Ham United ended March by beating Southampton 3-0 in a key game at the bottom of the Premier League on Saturday afternoon which gave them their first win since February and lifted them up to fourteenth in the table. David Moyes made two changes from the team that were beaten by Burnley in their last league encounter, as Declan Rice came in for the injured James ....

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Burnley Continue Hot Streak As Hammers Implode

  Burnley inflicted a first home defeat of 2018 on West Ham United to claim success in East London for the first time since December 2011 on Saturday afternoon, as they won 3-0 in Stratford to leave the Hammers winless in three Premier League games. Although Winston Reid and Sam Byram had been ruled out for the rest of the season with injury earlier this week, manager David ....

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Swans Have Some Neck Defeating Hammer

  West Ham United still only have two away victories to their name as Swansea City continued their excellent record under Head-Coach Carlos Carvalhal by inflicting another 4-1 defeat on the Hammers. Three changes were made to the side that started the game at Liverpool last weekend as both James Collins and Angelo Ogbonna were not in the squad due to injury and illness ....

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Anfield Agony For Hammers

  In sixteen years as a Premier League manager, David Moyes has never won at Anfield and that record continued on Saturday afternoon, as West Ham United's recent purple patch at the ground ended with a 4-1 defeat. Two changes were made to the side that beat Watford in East London last time out, as Patrice Evra made his full debut for the club, while Manuel Lanzini was thrown ....

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Hammers Buzzing After Hornets Victory

  In contrast to the game at Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend, there was little disgruntlement among the West Ham United fans in Stratford on Saturday afternoon, as they saw their team pick up their first Premier League win since 13 January, when the Hammers beat Watford 2-0. David Moyes made two changes to the team that lost to the Seagulls last weekend. Marko ....

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Seagulls Cause Hammers To Nosedive

  The momentum that West Ham United gained during their unbeaten run in January unfortunately didn't carry into February, as they were beaten 3-1 by newly-promoted Brighton and Hove Albion at The American Express Community Stadium on Saturday afternoon, meaning they remain twelth in the Premier League table. David Moyes decided to stick with the same team that drew with ....

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Hammers End Busy Month With Palace Point

  West Ham United ended the month of January with a 1-1 draw at home to Crystal Palace on Tuesday night which lifted them into the top half of the table. Declan Rice, Sam Byram and Javier Hernández were the only changes to the team that faced AFC Bournemouth in their last home game but new signing João Mário was included in the starting line-up while ....

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Disastrous Day At The Dw

  When the draws for both rounds of the Emirates FA Cup were made, West Ham United couldn't have dreamt of facing two of the promotion hopefuls from Sky Bet League One. After squeezing past Shrewsbury Town at the last stage, they were victims of a shock result on Saturday afternoon, as they were beaten 2-0 by leaders Wigan Athletic at The DW Stadium. David Moyes again named a ....

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Cherries Frustrate Hammers Again

  After booking their place in the next round of the FA Cup with an extra-time victory over Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday night, West Ham United wanted to make it three wins from three but weren't quite able to do so. A 1-1 draw with AFC Bournemouth in Stratford on Saturday afternoon means they are still unbeaten in 2018. David Moyes decided he would stick with the team that won ....

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Shrews Prove Tough But Hammers Progress

  West Ham United needed extra-time but finally found a way past Sky Bet League One side Shrewsbury Town in Stratford to progress through to the fourth round of the Emirates FA Cup on Tuesday night. Only Angelo Ogbonna, Arthur Masuaku, Pedro Obiang and Manuel Lanzini retained their places from the weekend's win at Huddersfield Town, as David Moyes made seven changes, bringing ....

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Four-star Hammers See Off Terriers

  West Ham United completed their first double of the season on Saturday afternoon, as they beat newly-promoted Huddersfield Town 4-1 at The John Smith's Stadium to claim only their second away victory. David Moyes made three changes from the team that faced Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley in their last league game, as James Collins replaced Winston Reid who hadn't recovered ....

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