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Monday, 10 December, 2018

Bournemouth could be vulnerable at home to West Ham

Cherries have injury problems

West Ham manager David Moyes
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Bournemouth have faced some tough fixtures lately but consecutive 4-0 defeats to Liverpool and Manchester City are likely to have taken their toll.

The Cherries were in poor form before those big matches and a host of influential injuries could not have been more ill-timed for the busy festive period.

West Ham have the potential to take advantage. The Hammers fell at home to Newcastle on Saturday but have claimed some decent results now David Moyes has his feet under the table.

A 3-0 win at Stoke in their last away game should provide them with extra confidence.

Recommendation
West Ham
1pt 7-4 Betway, Paddy Power

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Team news
Bournemouth
Junior Stanislas has joined Josh King, Jermain Defoe, Charlie Daniels and Harry Arter on the treatment table.

West Ham
Midfielder Mark Noble is still struggling with a hamstring injury.

Key stat
Bournemouth have not won any of their last seven Premier League matches.


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