West Ham will be aiming for a strong start in the upcoming Premier League season.

West Ham had a brilliant campaign last season under the guidance of David Moyes. They were arguably the surprise package, finishing a strong 6th place ahead of both London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about West Ham – from their upcoming league fixtures, to the latest football betting odds for the club this term.

When is the next West Ham Premier League game?

West Ham travel to Leeds with a spring in their step this Saturday, after knocking Manchester United out of the League Cup in midweek – revenge for a 2-1 reverse against the same opponents last weekend.

Despite a downturn in their league form, a win would give the Hammers 11 points from their first six games in the Premier League and keep them on track for another tilt at European football next season.

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

West Ham are 13/10 favourites to beat Leeds at Elland Road, in what would be a repeat of last season’s result, when David Moyes’ side won 2-1.

Fancy Michail Antonio to set the Hammers on their way? We’ve jumped from 9/2 to 11/2 on Antonio to bag the first goal and his fifth in five Premier League games this season.

What’s the latest West Ham transfer and injury news?

Ryan Fredericks is West Ham’s only injury doubt for the Leeds game, after limping off in the League Cup against Manchester United.

Who are West Ham’s key players?

Comfortably West Ham’s most impressive player last season, Tomáš Souček scored 10 goals last season. He scored all of those from midfield making it an impressive achievement. His tall frame allows him to dominate the midfield as well as being strong in the air. Another key player for the Hammers is Declan Rice. He’s been the subject of much transfer speculation thanks to his brilliant performances over the last few seasons. The midfielder has had a busy summer helping England reach the final of the Euros, and if the Hammers can keep hold of him, he’ll be one of the first names on the team sheet.

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 United
02/10/202115:00West Ham United v Brentford
16/10/202115:00Everton v West Ham United
23/10/202115:00West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur
30/10/202115:00Aston Villa v West Ham United
06/11/202115:00West Ham United v Liverpool
20/11/202115:00Wolverhampton v West Ham United
27/11/202115:00Manchester City v West Ham United
30/11/202119:45West Ham United v Brighton
04/12/202115:00West Ham United v Chelsea
11/12/202115:00Burnley v West Ham United
14/12/202119:45Arsenal v West Ham United
18/12/202115:00West Ham United v Norwich City
26/12/202115:00West Ham United v Southampton
28/12/202115:00Watford v West Ham United
01/01/202215:00Crystal Palace v West Ham United
15/01/202215:00West Ham United v Leeds United
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?

The Premier League title is probable slightly out of reach for the Hammers, but a second consecutive top-six finish isn’t. Currently priced at 11/4, West Ham would have to continue the form they had last season. If they manage to improve on that, who’s to say they can’t go two better and finish inside the top-four? They are currently priced at 9/1 to do so but it would take some drastic improvement to beat the teams that finished around them again.

Who is the manager of West Ham?

David Moyes is the current manager of West Ham. No stranger to Premier League football, Moyes was previously at the helm of both Manchester United and Everton. Over the course of his Premier League managerial career, Moyes has managed 583 games, winning 228 and picking up 10 Manager of the Month awards.

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.