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West Ham 6 to 4

West Ham are 6/4 with BetVictor to secure a place in the Premier League next term after a 2-1 win at Leicester kept alive their hopes of gaining automatic promotion.

The Hammers came from behind to beat the Foxes but still look set to feature in the play-offs as they trail second-placed Southampton by two points going into the final round of regular-season fixtures.
However, if Saints slip up at home to Coventry on Saturday, West Ham will have the opportunity to sneak into the top two with a win over Hull at Upton Park.

“I think that under the pressure and under the circumstances it was a fantastic victory, especially as we had to come from behind – and Jack Collison’s winning goal was a cracker,” said United manager Sam Allardyce.

“We delivered after putting ourselves under pressure and there is light at the end of the tunnel. It is a good night and we have stayed in the race, which is what we wanted, and now we have got to do our job and hope Southampton get the jitters and Coventry can do us a favour.

“The pressure on them will be enormous to finish off the fantastic season they have had and hopefully that will put them off their game.

“The odds are Southampton will win the game – that is what everyone expects – but football is a strange game and any team on a day can cause an upset, as we have seen all season.

“If we get that then we have got to make sure we deliver with a good victory. But if it is to be the play-off then it has still been a good season.”

Captain Kevin Nolan earlier told Sky Sports 1: “We’re not expecting much on Saturday, but it was always positive for us to make sure that we kept our momentum going and our wins going.

“Hopefully Coventry can do us a favour on Saturday, but it will be a bit tougher for Southampton now. We didn’t want to give it to them, we wanted to make them earn it. They’ve been great all season but let’s see if they can get over the finishing line now.”

Disclaimer: Victor Chandler, trading as BetVictor, is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar.

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