|Wes (-166) @ pinnacle|
I'm playing on WEST HAM UNITED. Both these teams won Saturday. However, I would argue that West Ham's victory was more impressive. West. Brom benefitted from some very fortunate calls including a highly questionable foul early in the second half, which led to the winning penalty kick. Either way, while West Brom deserves credit for the important win, manager Sam Allardyce acknowledged: "This game is a boost but we are still in a massively difficult position. Our heads are still under water ..." Off b2b wins, West Ham has moved into the top 10. The Hammers have 25 goals in their 18 matches, conceding 21. West Brom, on the other hand, has allowed 41 goals in its 18 matches, scoring just 14. Thats by far the most goals allowed in the entire league and has them sitting 19th in the standings. While West Brom is giving up goals in bunches, West Ham has recorded four consec. clean sheets. Manager David Moyes had this to say: "We're not the old West Ham any more, we're the new West Ham and we’re going to try to become even better." Expect another victory.