In recent times, West Ham have dropped off being one of the top ten clubs in the Premier League and challenging for Europe and have since traded it for the bottom half of the table; in fact, last season they found themselves in a relegation battle and only surviving on the last game of the season. However, this season, they appear to have come out of the traps a different animal and have had their strongest start to the Premier League in over a decade but where can they finish this year?
— Felipe Anderson (@F_Andersoon) October 6, 2020
With only losing one game this season, 4-1 to current leaders and unbeaten Everton, West Ham have been flying since they, beating both Wolves and Leicester 4-0 and 3-0 respectively. This is the sort of opposition that West Ham fans believe that they should be competing against to challenge for Europe and with them comfortably dispatching of them with ease, there no reason why this season can’t be the year where they get themselves back up there.
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The new-look front line of West Ham is what is putting fear in the opposition of the Hammers this season and it’s English duo Michael Antonio and Jarrod Bowen. Antonio brings athletism, power, speed and strength and has clearly been working on his final ball during the summer as his finishing and through balls seem to be immaculate this season. Tie that in with the direct dribbling, skills and low centre of gravity from Bowen then the opposition haven’t quite found a way to deal with these two as of yet. They have also managed to keep hold of talisman Declan Rice who has been rumoured to join Chelsea all summer and he has also started this season with a bang.