FRIDAY nights for the last 3 or 4 seasons have always been about French Ligue 2 for me but it's been really tough to call this season so I'm giving it a miss again tonight and instead my main focus will be on the match from the London Stadium as West Ham host struggling Fulham.

The Hammers look a generous price to inflict another defeat on the visitors.

West Ham vs Fulham (7.45pm)

This is a match where the natives won't accept anything less than three points after a run of 5 games without a win and won't get a better chance to get back to winnings ways than against a Fulham side who look destined for the drop to the Championship.

The Hammers despite their winless run can take confidence from their last two games where they picked up a 1-1 draw at home to Liverpool and a 1-1 draw away at Palace.

They've already defeated Burnley, Cardiff and Crystal Palace at home and have yet to be defeated at home by anyone in the bottom half of the table.

Fulham are in a real state at the moment, 6 defeats from their last 7, and on the road they have been awful: p13  W0 D2 L11 which is the worst in the league.

What's more worrying is their inability to keep things tight. Eleven of their 13 away games this season has them concede 2 or more goals and that doesn't bode well for a trip to play a west Ham side who haven't lost at home to Fulham since 2001 (10 matches – 6 wins and 4 draws).

Surprised West Ham are as big a price as they are and there are few different angles to look at this game. Goals could be on the cards and I do like the look of West Ham to score 2 at the same price as they are to win but going to side with the home. This will shorten tomorrow and I'd expect West Ham to go off at 4-7 (bet365 pay out if a team goes 2-0 up).

Recommended Bet

  • West Ham to beat Fulham
  • (5-6, bet365) (NAP)

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Unlucky in France last week as I hit 7 out of 8 again over 1.5 goals at 20-1.

Nine matches on Friday, will be on the usual first-half goals (55-1) and over 1.5 goals (40-1).

8 Comments
  1. sean567 7 months ago

    Fulham concede 2 to just about everyone. Whats your thoughts on west ham o1.5tgs @4/5?

  2. sean567 7 months ago

    nevermind! didn’t read the post properly

  3. GregBrowning 7 months ago

    It was the toss of a coin Sean, sided with them to win for the 2-0 payout offer at Bet365

    West Ham to score just as strong 👍🏼

  4. penfold 7 months ago

    On the French goals again as usual, 77/1 on ladbrokes boosted to 89/1

    • GregBrowning 7 months ago

      Good find mate

  5. bobajob5 7 months ago

    Hi Guys how many times has the French goals came up this season and previous season
    Does anyone know?
    Thanks
    I don’t post much here Greg but really appreciate all the effort all you guys put in no matter the result.

    • GregBrowning 7 months ago

      Hi mate, only started doing it last season and i think it landed 3 times

      Doesn’t seem a lot but they are huge odds so you really only need one or two a season to profit from it

      Incredibly it landed 3 times at the start of this season. but hasn’t landed since

      Been lots of close calls and lots of no where near but definitely worth doing each week as the odds as so big

      Cheers for the kind words 👍🏼

  6. drogers 7 months ago

    Yes Mr B.
    Another good pick for a Friday night boost…..hopefully I don’t throw it away over the weekend!

    Cheers

    Rogers over.

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