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STAT PACK: Hammers clash under the spotlight

Key facts and figures ahead of London Stadium trip


Albion recorded a 4-2 victory over the Hammers earlier in the season at The Hawthorns. Nacer Chadli scored twice on his home debut, while Salomon Rondon and James Morrison were also on the scoresheet. Michail Antonio and Manuel Lanzini found the back of the net for the visitors. 

The Baggies have scored four goals in two of their last four games against West Ham. 

There hasn’t been a goalless draw between the two teams for 10 games. The last time Albion and West Ham both drew a blank was on Sunday, December 16, 2012, in a Premier League game at The Hawthorns.

West Ham are unbeaten in their last seven home Premier League matches against Albion (W2 D5).

There’s been 31 goals in the last nine meetings between the sides in all competitions.

Nacer Chadli slots home against the Hammers in September - his first Baggies goal


Slaven Bilic's side have won six of their last nine league games, losing the other three.

Mark Noble has scored three Premier League goals against the Baggies – only against Southampton (4) has he scored more.

Andy Carroll needs one goal to become the fifth West Ham player to score 30 Premier League goals for the club, after Paolo Di Canio (47), Carlton Cole (41), Trevor Sinclair (37) and Mark Noble (33).

The Hammers have won three of six league and cup games in 2017, scoring three goals in each of those victories.

The last time West Ham suffered a defeat at home to Albion in the Premier League was September 2002, with Jason Roberts scoring the only goal. That was the Baggies’ first ever away win in the Premier League.

Andy Carroll (6) and Michail Antonio (8) are West Ham's two top Premier League scorers this season


The Baggies, sitting in eighth, will take on the side sitting ninth for the second consecutive week. Pulis’ men defeated Stoke City 1-0 at The Hawthorns last Saturday.

James Morrison is set to make his 300th appearance for the Albion, only the 45th man ever to do that for the club. He scored the winner last weekend against Stoke City.

Both Albion and West Ham have scored 32 goals from 24 Premier League matches so far in 2016/17.

Tony Pulis’ men have lost just once in their last six Premier League matches, taking 13 points from a possible 18.

The Baggies have only lost one league game this season against a side currently outside the top seven - September's 1-0 defeat at Bournemouth.