Jeff Stelling predicts clash v Leicester City

Jeff Stelling believes things will go from bad to worse for David Moyes and West Ham United in their Premier League clash with Leicester City on Saturday 12 November.

West Ham crashed out of the Carabao Cup on penalties on Wednesday evening against Blackburn, further increasing the pressure on Moyes’ job.

Sky Sports Soccer Saturday host Stelling expects West Ham to also suffer their third successive defeat this weekend, writing on the Super 6 website that he predicts the game against Leicester will end in a 2-0 defeat -1 against the Foxes.


It’s been a frustrating few weeks for fans at the London Stadium and just when the Hammers seemed to be breaking out of their rut, they’ve slipped into another.

Despite the many changes made on Wednesday evening, Moyes’ side should still have easily beaten Championship side Blackburn Rovers.

Things are starting to go south quickly for Moyes, with many fans claiming he is not the man to guide the Irons to better days.

And to be fair they have a point, this is the best West Ham United team on paper the club has seen in years and the performances aren’t cutting it.

Moyes’ tactics must come under scrutiny for this and the more West Ham struggle, the more likely he will be relieved of his duties.

Things can change quickly in the modern game, however, and with Moyes still having time on his side, Leicester’s game on Saturday offers a perfect opportunity for redemption.

West Ham United will be desperate for those three points, a job may depend on it.

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