West Ham United will have a difficult test
West Ham United will have a difficult test on Saturday when they host Manchester United in a game from the 11th round of the Premier League.
West Ham are in a very good place right now. The Hammers are in a run of three consecutive wins in the league which helped them climb to 5th place in the standings. It seems the manager David Moyes is doing some terrific work with his players in the last few weeks. We can see this by the club’s results.
Last week West Ham enjoyed their 5th win for the season. The Londoners hosted Aston Villa at the London Stadium and they did well enough to secure a 2-1 win. Angelo Ogbonha and Jarrod Bowen scored the two goals for the hosts.
Just like West Ham, Manchester United are enjoying a run of three consecutive wins in the Premier League. The Red Devils find themselves at 9th place in the standings right now with 16 points won so far – just one point less than their next opponent.
Just like what David Moyes is doing at West Ham, it seems that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer found the right approach to his players at the Old Trafford. The Norwegian manager was under pressure because of some particular results, but now it seems Manchester United are improving.
Last week the Red Devils had a little bit of luck, but they showed some great spirit and beat Southampton with 3-2 at the St. Mary’s. Edinson Cavani was the hero for United – he came from the bench and scored twice for his team. His winner came in the 92th minute of the match. Cavani proved that he’s now ready to become a starter for the club.
That’s our preview for the Premier League match between West Ham Unitted and Manchester United on Saturday. Both teams are in a great shape at the moment, so let’s see.