Luckily for West Ham, their defeat at the hands of Leeds last weekend hasn’t done much to shake their place in the top four.

The highest the Hammers have finished in the Premier League was fifth in 1998/99, so they’ll want to keep hold of their current spot and beat that previous record.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about West Ham – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next West Ham Premier League fixture?

West Ham visit Old Trafford to face Manchester United at 15:00 on Saturday. The Hammers have already won away at United this season, beating them 1-0 in the League Cup. Only three teams have ever won twice away against the Red Devils in the same season: Aston Villa, Spurs and Chelsea.

What are the odds that West Ham win their next game?

West Ham have the fourth-best away record in the league with 20 points on the road. It’s 11/4 that they add another three points. The Red Devils have lost their last two league games kicking off at 15:00 on Saturday, so the Hammers could make it three in a row. A draw is 27/10.

Jarrod Bowen has been directly involved in 13 goals in his last 18 league appearances. He’s netted in each of his last two. For him to score anytime, it’s 10/3.

What is the latest West Ham injury and transfer news?

Kurt Zouma (hamstring) has returned to training, but David Moyes has said he’s unlikely to return to the squad just yet. Angelo Ogbonna, Mark Noble and Tomas Soucek are still out, while Said Benrahma is away with Algeria at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Who are West Ham’s key players?

West Ham would a long way from where they are now without the likes of Michail Antonio, Tomas Soucek and Declan Rice. Antonio has provided much-needed goals for the Hammers, while Soucek and Rice have developed a sound understanding in midfield. The creativity of Said Benrahma has also been a huge influence on the Hammers this season.

West Ham Premier League fixtures

West Ham’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202115:00Newcastle United v West Ham United2-4
21/08/202115:00West Ham United v Leicester City4-1
28/08/202115:00West Ham United v Crystal Palace2-2
11/09/202115:00Southampton v West Ham United0-0
18/09/202115:00West Ham United v Manchester United1-2
25/09/202115:00Leeds United v West Ham United1-2
02/10/202115:00West Ham United v Brentford1-2
16/10/202115:00Everton v West Ham United0-1
23/10/202115:00West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur1-0
30/10/202115:00Aston Villa v West Ham United1-4
06/11/202115:00West Ham United v Liverpool3-2
20/11/202115:00Wolverhampton v West Ham United1-0
27/11/202115:00Manchester City v West Ham United2-1
30/11/202119:45West Ham United v Brighton1-1
04/12/202115:00West Ham United v Chelsea3-2
11/12/202115:00Burnley v West Ham United0-0
14/12/202119:45Arsenal v West Ham United2-0
18/12/202115:00West Ham United v Norwich City2-0
26/12/202115:00West Ham United v Southampton2-3
28/12/202115:00Watford v West Ham United1-4
01/01/202215:00Crystal Palace v West Ham United2-3
15/01/202215:00West Ham United v Leeds United2-3
22/01/202215:00Manchester United v West Ham United
08/02/202219:45West Ham United v Watford
12/02/202215:00Leicester City v West Ham United
19/02/202215:00West Ham United v Newcastle United
26/02/202215:00West Ham United v Wolverhampton
05/03/202215:00Liverpool v West Ham United
12/03/202215:00West Ham United v Aston Villa
19/03/202215:00Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United
02/04/202215:00West Ham United v Everton
09/04/202215:00Brentford v West Ham United
16/04/202215:00West Ham United v Burnley
23/04/202215:00Chelsea v West Ham United
30/04/202215:00West Ham United v Arsenal
07/05/202215:00Norwich City v West Ham United
15/05/202215:00West Ham United v Manchester City
22/05/202216:00Brighton v West Ham United

What are the West Ham odds to win the Premier League?

At 400/1, West Ham are a long way off winning the title this season. Currently in fourth, the Hammers could confidently hold on to that spot until the end of the season. They’re 11/2 to do just that and get a place in the Champions League.

Who is the manager of West Ham?

David Moyes’ second spell in charge of West Ham has been a roaring success so far. He guided them back into Europe last season, and they again look competitive this term. His challenge now is to consistently deliver top-six finishes.

Where is West Ham’s stadium?

West Ham apply their trade at the London Stadium, having moved from the Boleyn Ground back in 2016. The stadium can hold 60,000 football spectators.