West Ham v Wolves: When is it, where can you watch it, team news and what are the odds?

Date published: Friday 12th June 2020 3:33

When is West Ham v Wolves?

Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Saturday June 20.

What time does West Ham v Wolves kick-off?

The game is part of a bumper four-match live bonanza on June 20. West Ham v Wolves is the third of four matches and kicks off at 5.30pm.

What is at stake?

A lot. Wolves are in contention for European qualification, and still harbour hopes of representing England in the Champions League next season.

Things are considerably bleaker for West Ham, but the game no less important. David Moyes’ men are perched perilously above the relegation zone and have plenty of work to do between now and the end of the campaign if they are to secure their safety.

Where can I watch West Ham v Wolves?

Sky Sports are broadcasting this one, so look for it on their Main Event and Premier League channels.

Is West Ham v Wolves free-to-air?

It is the only one of the four live games on June 20 that is on Sky Sports, so they have decided against making if free-to-air. Therefore, you’ll need a subscription or NowTV day-pass to view.

What is the team news?

Wolves report no real injury woes ahead of the big restart as Adama Traore has used the lockdown to nurse his troublesome shoulder complaint.

West Ham, however, may be without key centre-back Angelo Ogbonna, who is reportedly suffering with a knee injury.

What happened in the reverse match?

Wolves won the reverse fixture 2-0 with relative comfort in December. However, West Ham got some revenge by dumping Wolves out of the FA Cup in January.

What are the odds?

Wolves are strong favourites at 5/4 with most bookies. West Ham can be backed at 21/10 with the draw priced at around 12/5.


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