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Draw likely in East End
West Ham play host to Brighton in the Premier League on Friday night and two sides devoid of much confidence may well play out a draw.
The Hammers will welcome Chris Hughton's men to the London Stadium sitting in 15th place in the top-flight standings, with the Seagulls on the same number of points but one place better off.

It has been another tough start to the campaign for the East London outfit, who have stuck with manager Slaven Bilic despite calls for him to be axed.

They have won just two of their eight games to date and surrendered a one-goal advantage to drop two points at home to Burnley last time out after Andy Carroll’s needless sending off.

Goals have been hard to come by, with only eight so far this term, while Brighton have bagged only six, meaning it is unlikely to be a goal fest in the East End.

Bilic will have to do without the suspended Carroll who has already missed so much game time through injury during his time at the club.

Brighton have conceded four goals less than West Ham’s 14 and it is clear that they have set their stall out to be hard to beat in what is the south coast club’s first foray into the Premier League.

It remains to be seen if veteran Hammers midfielder Mark Noble is once again on the bench after he was named as a substitute for last weekend's draw with the Clarets.

With rumours of unrest at the club, the skipper has come out this week to state that he was happy with Bilic’s decision and will work to get his starting berth back.

Whether that is against Brighton remains to be seen but they could do with his calm head around, with so much pressure on the misfiring players.

With both clubs just two points above the relegation zone, they will not want to lose and, with that in mind, it would be no surprise if it was a fairly dour affair in the capital and a draw at n/a appeals.

The hosts are n/a to win while the Amex Stadium outfit can be backed at n/a.

Brighton’s Tomer Hemed serves the third of a three-match ban, while Steve Sidwell is ruled out with a back issue and Hughton is sweating on the fitness of Shane Duffy after he sustained a knock in the 1-1 draw with Everton.

James Collins has an ankle issue and joins Carroll in being missing for West Ham but Bilic can call on the rest of his squad.

Recommended bet: draw n/a
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