Chelsea vs West Ham: Head-to-Head Preview | Predicted Lineup | Prediction
Chelsea will lock horns with West Ham at Stamford Bridge during an early lunchtime kick-off on Sunday, 24th April 2022.
Chelsea vs West Ham: Preview
Chelsea were stunned by Arsenal in the midweek as their defensive line were exposed by the Gunners frequently.
Thomas Tuchel’s men will come up against another tricky challenge on Saturday as the last fourth-placed team is closing down.
West Ham has fared decently in the Premier League, fighting for a top-four finish.
The hammers are probably looking forward to their next fixture as they have a big match coming up in the Europa League semi-final vs Eintracht Frankfurt. But the Hammers should not take this match for granted.
Chelsea vs West Ham: Head-to-Head Results
|04 Dec 2021||West Ham 3-2 Chelsea||Premier League|
|24 Apr 2021||West Ham 0-1 Chelsea||Premier League|
|22 Dec 2020||Chelsea 3-0 West Ham||Premier League|
|02 July 2020||West Ham 3-2 Chelsea||Premier League|
|20 Nov 2019||Chelsea 0-1 West Ham||Premier League|
Chelsea vs West Ham: Form guide
West Ham: D-W-L-D-W
Chelsea vs West Ham: Trivia
- David Moyes has not won his last 16 games against Chelsea in the Premier League (D7, L9).
- Timo Werner is aiming to score three goals in a row for the first time.
- West Ham are winless in five Premier League away games (D1, L4).
Chelsea vs West Ham: Flashback
Chelsea vs West Ham: Predicted Lineup
Chelsea (3-4-1-2): Mendy; James, Chalobah, Silva, Alonso; Jorginho, Kante; Mount, Ziyech; Havertz, Werner
West Ham United (4-2-3-1): Fabianski; Johnson, Dawson, Rice, Cresswell; Bowen, Fornals, Soucek, Lanzini, Benrahma; Antonio
Chelsea vs West Ham: Prediction
Chelsea showed their defensive vulnerabilities against Arsenal, but their goal-scorers have always answered to their problems. Timo Werner and Kai Havetz have illustrated their goal-scoring exploits in past matches, despite their defensive issue.
West Ham’s firepower will be the troublemaker for Chelsea, although Hammers have been inconsistent in the Premier League albeit their heroic performances in Europe. Both the clubs have had their fair share, and we predict there will be a share of spoils at Stamford Bridge.