Wolves are looking to do the league double over West Ham for the very first time in their history – this is the 30th different campaign in which the sides have faced.
West Ham are unbeaten in their last three top-flight away games against Wolves, winning two and drawing one since a 1-2 defeat in May 1982.
West Ham are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League games played on a Tuesday (W6 D2) since a 1-3 defeat at Arsenal in April 2014.
After drawing their first two home league games this season, none of Wolves’ last 10 at Molineux have ended level (W5 L5).
After a run of five Premier League games unbeaten on the road, West Ham have lost their last two away from home by a 0-2 scoreline. They last lost three in a row without scoring back in December 2006 (a run of seven).
West Ham are looking to avoid losing consecutive Premier League games for the first time since October.
Wolves have won more Premier League games thanks to winners in or after the 90th minute this season than any other side (3), including the reverse fixture against West Ham in September.
No team has scored more 90th minute goals in the Premier League this season than Wolves (4), while only Burnley (7) have conceded more at this time than West Ham (5).
Wolves’ Diogo Jota has had a hand in six goals in his last five Premier League appearances (5 goals, 1 assist), including a hat-trick against Leicester last time out. He hadn’t scored or assisted a single goal in any of his first 13 appearances this season.
Felipe Anderson has been directly involved in four of West Ham’s last five away league goals, scoring three and assisting another.
West Ham are doing well in the league so that’s what was so frustrating about their defeat in the FA Cup to AFC Wimbledon.
Fair play to Wimbledon but letting in four goals at Wimbledon just shouldn’t happen.
It was a shocking result for Manuel Pellegrini’s side and I think they are going to struggle at Wolves.
PAUL PREDICTS: 2-1