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Hammers Held By Baggies At Home

West Ham United ended November with a 1-1 home draw against West Bromwich Albion at Upton Park on Sunday afternoon. Slaven Bilic made three changes to the side that were heavily defeated by Tottenham Hotspur last weekend, as Mark Noble was suspended, meaning Winston Reid took the captaincy and Pedro Obiang took his place in midfield, while Angelo Ogbonna and Mauro Zarate were preferred to ....

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Slick Spurs Stroll Past Hammers

In my preview to the game at White Hart Lane, I eluded to the fact that West Ham United have had a decent record in North London in previous years and I posed the question how will Slaven Bilic fair? Well, it didn't go too well for the Croat as the Hammers fell to a 4-1 defeat. The Irons were forced to make one change from the side that drew with Everton before the International break, as ....

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Hammers Secure Point As Lukaku Scores Again

The defeat to Watford last Saturday coupled with a win for Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night meant that West Ham United had slipped to sixth in the Barclays Premier League before kick-off in the home game with Everton. However, after securing a 1-1 draw with the Toffees on Saturday afternoon, they climbed back up to fifth. James Collins started his three-match ban after receiving a straight ....

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Hornets Provide Sting As Away Record Ends

West Ham United's terrific unbeaten run on the road has finally come to an end. It is also the first time they have failed to score this season as they were beaten 2-0 by newly-promoted Watford at Vicarage Road this afternoon. Slaven Bilic made two changes from the Chelsea game, as Victor Moses returned to the midfield, replacing Mauro Zarate, who dropped to the bench and Andy Carroll was ....

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Another Famous Victory Claimed

West Ham United have made their best start to a season since the 1983/84 campaign. They are also unbeaten in seven games for the first time in fifteen years after winning 2-1 against London rivals Chelsea at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. Slaven Bilic made one change to the side that beat Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. Victor Moses was ineligible to play against his parent club, meaning ....

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West Ham Keep Unbeaten Record Intact

West Ham United are up to fourth in the table after making their best start to a season for seven years and preserving their unbeaten away record in the process, thanks to a 3-1 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Saturday afternoon. Slaven Bilic made one change to the side that drew at the Stadium of Light a fortnight ago, as Winston Reid was still struggling with his hip injury, so ....

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West Ham Come Back To Avoid Defeat Again

Most West Ham United fans thought that they would be lucky to get anything from their first three away fixtures, given the calibre of opposition they were up against. Having beaten the big boys, a trip to Sunderland on paper looked to be a fairly easy one but as always with the Hammers, it didn't work out that way, as they stormed back to earn a 2-2 draw at the Stadium of Light on Saturday ....

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Hammers Cage Canaries With Last Gasp Leveller

West Ham United remain in third place in the Barclays Premier League table after a last-gasp equaliser earnt them a home point against newly-promoted Norwich City on Saturday afternoon. One change was made to last Saturday's starting line-up, as Cheikou Kouyate recovered from his minor injury and replaced Pedro Obiang. The Hammers started brightly, but, they have done in many of their home ....

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West Ham Cup Run Ended

West Ham United's 100% away form came to an end on Tuesday night, as Leicester City scored an extra time winner to once again beat them 2-1 but this time, the Foxes had home advantage, as the Hammers went out of the Capital One Cup. Slaven Bilic named a strong team for the encounter by only making three changes to the side that won at Manchester City at the weekend, as Winston Reid, Dimitri ....

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Unbeaten Away Record Continues

When the 2015/16 fixture list was released in June, most West Ham United fans must have thought that their team would do well to get anything from the first three away games. Well, they have actually taken maximum points from all three as they ended Manchester City's 100% record this season by producing another excellent performance to win 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday evening. Slaven ....

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Magpies Sink As Hammers Confirm Back To Back Wins

After that superb win at Anfield before the International break, West Ham United made it back-to-back wins, picking up their first home league victory of the season by beating Newcastle United 2-0 at Upton Park on Monday night. Victor Moses was the only one of the deadline day recruits to make the starting line-up, as Pedro Obiang dropped to the bench. Also amongst the substitutes were fellow ....

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Hammers End Hoodoo In Style

Finally, West Ham fans can stop the talk of 1963, as their team continued their unbeaten run on the road, as they inflicted a first defeat of the season on Liverpool, as they beat them 3-0 at Anfield on Saturday afternoon. Slaven Bilic made two changes to the side that suffered the home defeat to AFC Bournemouth last weekend, as James Tomkins filled in at right back for the suspended Carl ....

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Cherries Edge Hammers In Thriller

West Ham United had a great chance to atone for their defeat to Leicester City last weekend, but were on the wrong end of another home defeat, this time at the hands of newly-promoted AFC Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon. Slaven Bilic made three changes to his team, as Darren Randolph replaced the suspended Adrian in goal, his Premier League debut. Kevin Nolan made his first start of the ....

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Hammers Are The Foxes' Victims

Slaven Bilic's first Premier League home game in charge of West Ham United didn't quite go to plan. After the euphoria of the win over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium last weekend, they were unable to follow that up as Leicester City won 2-1. Carl Jenkinson made the starting line-up after being ineligible for last weekend's game and he replaced James Tomkins, who dropped to the bench, in the ....

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Hammers Stun Gunners At The Emirates

West Ham United kicked off their 2015/16 Barclays Premier League campaign with their first win on the road since 1 December after a stunning 2-0 victory over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium this afternoon. Winston Reid was named in the starting line-up after he had recovered from the knock picked up in training before the second-leg of the Europa League tie against FC Birkirkara and was able ....

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First Leg Draw Proves Costly As European Adventure Ends

Last Thursday's 2-2 draw against FC Astra Giurgiu at Upton Park proved to be costly for West Ham United, as, despite taking the lead in Romania last night, they were knocked out of the UEFA Europa League after losing the match 2-1, giving an aggregate scoreline of 4-3. With manager Slaven Bilic serving a touchline ban after being sent to the stands last week, first-team coach Julian Dicks took ....

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Advantage With Visitors As Hammers Let Lead Slip

West Ham United go to Romania next week, knowing they have to score after letting a 2-0 advantage slip at home to FC Astra Giurgiu on Thursday night. James Tomkins missed the game through suspension, so Reece Oxford got the call to play in a defence that also included James Collins and summer recruit Angelo Ogbonna. Matt Jarvis, Kevin Nolan and Modibo Maiga all dropped to the bench, as Dimitri ....

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Hammers Edge Past Birkirkara

West Ham United are through to the Europa League third qualifying round but, as we all know, where the Irons are concerned, they never do things easily. Yes, they did knock FC Birkirkara out of the competition, but only after the Maltese side had levelled the tie on aggregate, leaving the Hammers having to book their place in the next stage by coming through a penalty shootout. Winston Reid ....

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Hammers Take Advantage To Malta

West Ham United will take a 1-0 lead to Malta next Thursday as they will hope to secure a place in the next round of Europa League qualifying. Slaven Bilic named a strong side for his first match in charge at Upton Park, as the likes of Adrian, Winston Reid, Aaron Cresswell, captain Kevin Nolan and Mark Noble were all included. There was a shock inclusion in the starting line-up, as striker ....

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Allardyce Leaves West Ham As Final Game Ends In Defeat

West Ham United had the chance to pick up their first away win of the calendar year but they failed to capitalise on it as they were beaten 2-0 by Newcastle United at St James' Park on Sunday afternoon. Two changes were made to the starting line-up by Sam Allardyce as he was without defender James Collins who suffered a calf strain in last week's 2-1 loss to Everton. Although James Tomkins was ....

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Crushing Defeat For Hammers As Toffees Continue Hot Streak

West Ham United may have beaten Everton in the FA Cup this season, but they just can't find a way past them in the Premier League as Roberto Martinez's side came from behind to earn a 2-1 victory on Saturday afternoon, meaning the last game of the 2014/15 season at Upton Park ended on a disappointing note for the home supporters. Sam Allardyce made three changes from the defeat to Aston Villa ....

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Away Day Woes See Villa Take Advantage

After beating Burnley at Upton Park last weekend, West Ham United were unable to follow up that success, as they lost 1-0 to Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday afternoon. Sam Allardyce decided to name an unchanged side for the contest, as they looked to record back-to-back wins. The home side still had some work to do to guarantee their top-flight status and started the better of the two ....

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Much Needed Win Boosts Hammers

West Ham United are up to ninth in the table after completing their first double of the season, thanks to a 1-0 win against Burnley at Upton Park on Saturday afternoon. One change was made to the side that played out the goalless draw with Queens Park Rangers last weekend, as Matt Jarvis dropped to the bench and Morgan Amalfitano was given his first start for quite some time. Reece Burke ....

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Penalty King Adrian Denies Queens Park Rangers Success

West Ham United had another chance to record a double victory on Saturday afternoon after losing to Manchester City last time out, but the trip to Loftus Road brought them no such luck, as they had to settle for a point in a goalless draw. Injuries to Winston Reid and Alex Song kept them out of the starting line-up so young defender Reece Burke was given his Premier League debut, while Kevin ....

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Hammers Disappointing Run Continues At The Etihad

West Ham United were looking to do their first double over Manchester City for over 50 years after beating them at Upton Park back in October but unfortunately they came unstuck as Manuel Pellegrini's side won 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium this afternoon. As was the case for the game at home to Stoke City last weekend, Sam Allardyce made one change to his starting line-up, as Carlton Cole filled ....

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