Erik ten Hag’s side welcomes the east Londoners to Old Trafford this weekend, and a tight encounter looks like being in the store.
West Ham is coming off a big 2-0 victory at home against Bournemouth to stay within the top 5. Kurt Zouma broke the tie right before half, and the Irons secured the win with a Saïd Benrahma penalty in added time.
West Ham has struggled against teams in the top 6 of the EPL, being outscored 5-2 by Manchester City, Tottenham, and Chelsea.
Additionally, the team from east London has struggled to score in general, as their 11 goals on the year have them tied for the fourth-lowest in the Premier League.
Manchester United are coming off a big draw against Chelsea, and though West Ham won their last match, the Red Devils have the upper hand in this one.
United have the better overall squad, and playing in front of the Manchester faithful will give them the edge.