Arsenal are playing extremely well in the last few rounds in the English Premier League. In stark contrast to the weak face of West Ham. Plus the lack of force, the home team is forecasted to have to receive another bad result in the match in round 35.
On the table, West Ham have dropped to 7th place and they are 8 points away from Arsenal’s own Champions League final position. Therefore, if they want to close that gap, the London team must have all 3 points in this match. To win, The Hammers need to advance in attack, which is not the strong point of the team led by coach David Moyes in recent times when they have only scored 4 goals in the past 4 matches.
It must also be added that at this time, West Ham’s strikers are not in good form. Andriy Yarmolenko was clumsy and could not find a common voice with his teammates. Meanwhile, Michail Antonio is still just a shadow of himself compared to the beginning of the season. The man with the most impressive performance on the London side, Jarrod Bowen, was exhausted in the last 4 matches on all fronts.
Contrary to the disappointing face of the home team, Arsenal are playing quite successfully in recent times. Specifically, the team nicknamed the Gunners won the last two rounds in the English Premier League and notably had an impressive victory with a score of 3-1 against great rival Manchester United. The defense of the Emirates Stadium team is not playing well when conceding exactly 3 goals in the last 3 matches.
In addition, the away form of coach Mikel Arteta’s team is also quite impressive when unbeaten in 5/7 recent trips away from home (won 5). Moreover, Arsenal’s attack is playing very explosively when they have scored 7 goals in the last 2 matches.