AFC Bournemouth

form

All
BOR 4 - 1 COV
W
BBR 0 - 2 BOR
W
BOR 3 - 1 MID
W
BOR 0 - 3 SOU
L
BOR 3 - 0 SWA
W
BOR 2 - 3 BAR
L
PNE 1 - 1 BOR
D
BRC 1 - 2 BOR
W
QPR 2 - 1 BOR
L
NOT 0 - 0 BOR
D
West Ham United

form

All
WHU 3 - 2 LEI
W
WOL 2 - 3 WHU
W
WHU 3 - 3 ARS
D
MUN 1 - 0 WHU
L
WHU 2 - 0 LEE
W
MCI 2 - 1 WHU
L
WHU 2 - 1 TOT
W
WHU 3 - 0 SHU
W
MUN 1 - 0 WHU
L
FUL 0 - 0 WHU
D
Head to Head
12 Matches (3 Draws)
5 Total wins 4
2 Home wins 2
3 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
1 Draw
1 Wins
WHU 3 - 5 BOR
WHU 4 - 0 BOR
BOR 2 - 2 WHU
BOR 2 - 0 WHU
WHU 1 - 2 BOR
11 Goals Scored 10
Games Over 2.5 Goals 4 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Bournemouth’s only previous victory against West Ham in any competition was at the Boleyn Ground last season (4-3) – their first ever top flight win.
  2. West Ham United have lost none of their three previous trips to Bournemouth in all competitions (W1 D2), winning this exact fixture 3-1 last season.
  3. All seven of West Ham’s Premier League goals against the Cherries have come in the second half of games.
  4. Josh King has scored five goals in his last six Premier League appearances for Bournemouth, this after scoring just three goals in his first 20 league games in 2016-17.
  5. No club in Premier League history have used more English players than West Ham United (105 – level with Aston Villa), while Bournemouth have used the joint-most this season (15 – level with Burnley).
  6. Bournemouth are currently on a winless run of eight games in the Premier League (W0 D3 L5) and have conceded 21 goals in this run (2.6 per game).
  7. The Cherries still haven’t managed to win a Premier League home match against opposition from London (W0 D3 L5).
  8. Of West Ham United’s 33 Premier League points this season, 26 have been won against teams currently in the bottom 10 (79%). Eight of their nine wins have also come against these sides.
  9. Bournemouth averaged the highest kilometres per game in the Premier League last season (117), but this season that has dropped by 3.6km to 113.4km per game – the joint 7th best.
  10. Andy Carroll (49 goals) is one goal away from 50 Premier League goals. He’s currently averaging his best minutes per goal ratio in a single PL campaign in 2016-17 (a goal every 148 minutes).
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