Following their historic victory over AZ Alkmaar in the Europa Conference League, David Moyes’ West Ham United will return to Premier League action against Leeds United. Can the Hammers get one over former head coach Sam Allardyce?
After a largely miserable campaign, West Ham are starting to build momentum – against an out-of-sorts Leeds United outfit, they will be hoping to put on a showcase performance. The game will take place on Sunday, May 21, with a kick-off time of 1:30pm – it will be available for viewing on Sky Sports.
West Ham injury news
The Hammers are expected to be without marquee summer signing Gianluca Scamacca for their game against the Whites – he will likely remain sidelined for the ret of the current season. Outside of this, West Ham have no new injury concerns to worry about.
When the two teams last met
In the last game between West Ham and Leeds, which took place at Elland Road, the two teams shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Leeds struck first with a goal from Wilfried Gnonto, only for Lucas Paqueta to level the scores on the stroke of half time with a penalty.
Early on in the second half, the Irons took the lead with a goal from Gianluca Scamacca. West Ham looked to be good value for their lead, but the scores were brought to a stalemate once again, as Rodrigo found the back of the net. From there, neither team could find another goal, as each team earned a point.
West Ham vs Leeds betting odds
West Ham will enter the game against Sam Allardyce’s Leeds United as narrow favourites. According to Oddschecker, West Ham have accumulative odds of 6/4, while Leeds stand at a price of 19/10. Meanwhile, the draw, which was the final result in their last game, is rated at 27/10.