Friday, 13 December 2013

West Ham V Sunderland live Stream Premier League– Preview 14th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 14th December 2013,One of the important match West Ham V Sunderland of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming, West Ham V Sunderland streaming is available here West Ham V Sunderland Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Upton Park 12/14/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things West Ham V Sunderland Live Stream West Ham V Sunderland,West Ham V Sunderland online free, West Ham V Sunderland Live High Quality Streaming video.West Ham V Sunderland at Upton Park Saturday 14th December 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is hopeful defenders Guy Demel and James Collins will be fit to play despite illness.Kevin Nolan begins a three-game ban, Ravel Morrison and James Tomkins are injury doubts and Stewart Downing is ruled out with a gashed calf.Sunderland pair Keiren Westwood and Carlos Cuellar remain sidelined by injury.Lee Cattermole, Emanuele Giaccherini and Fabio Borini will hope for recalls to the starting line-up.
West Ham's dismal form means this match is a big one for them as well as for bottom-of-the-table Sunderland. Hammers manager Sam Allardyce describes it as a "critical" game that both sides need to win, and you can see why.
Four defeats in the last five in the league, culminating in last week's 4-1 thrashing at Liverpool, leaves West Ham above the relegation zone only on goal difference. They're in trouble and they know it, with co-chairman David Gold publicly backing Allardyce this week while acknowledging last summer's transfer policy of putting all their eggs in the Andy Carroll basket may not have been the wisest move.
The lack of striking alternatives has been a major problem and they've failed to find the net in just over half of the league games they've played.
Carroll is just one of half a dozen players injured at the moment, while the absence of Kevin Nolan in midfield for three games through suspension will hardly help at this busy time.
West Ham can ill afford to pick up any more injuries or suspensions with a trip to Tottenham in the League Cup quarter-finals next Wednesday followed by league games away at Manchester United and at home to Arsenal.
Gus Poyet's Sunderland go into the weekend five points adrift of Fulham, Crystal Palace and West Ham at the foot of the table after claiming just a single point from the last five games.
They're the only team in the Premier League without an away win, collecting a couple of points from draws at Southampton and Aston Villa.
Goals could be at a real premium in this fixture because they too have had problems finding the net, scoring only two away goals all season.
Steven Fletcher gave them the lead in this game last season, only for West Ham to equalise in injury time through Kevin Nolan.
Poyet will be hoping Fletcher gets better service this weekend than of late as Sunderland look for their first away goal since August.

Sunderland are unbeaten in their last four matches against West Ham (W3, D1).
However, the Black Cats have won only one of their last eight top-flight games at Upton Park (W1, D1, L6).
The 31 previous top-flight games between the sides at Upton Park have not produced a single goalless draw.

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West Ham have kept seven Premier League clean sheets this season - a tally bettered only by Everton (eight).
However, the Hammers have only managed one shut-out in their last five league matches, conceding a total of 11 goals.
The Hammers have won one of their last eight league games (W1, D2, L5).
They are chasing back-to-back home league wins - something they last achieved on the opening day of the season (having ended the previous campaign with a home win).
The last time they recorded consecutive home league wins during the same season was at the start of the 2012-13 campaign, which began with victories against Aston Villa and Fulham.

Sunderland have scored five own goals this season - three more than any other Premier League side. Those five own goals have all come in the last eight league matches.
The record number of own goals by a Premier League side is eight - set by Leicester in 2003-04.
The Black Cats have lost more points from winning positions (11) than any other side.
They have failed to win their last nine away league matches (D2, L7). Their most recent away victory was the 3-0 win at Newcastle on 14 April. 
Competition: Premier League
Match:  West Ham V Sunderland
Date: Saturday 14th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Upton Park
Live/Repeat: Live

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