Arsenal v West Ham
Barclays Premier League
Kick off: April 15, 2014 7:45 PM BST
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Head to Head
Premier League (EPL) 26 Dec 2013 West Ham 1 – Arsenal FC 3
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Premier League (EPL) 15 Jan 2011 West Ham 0 – Arsenal FC 3
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22 Mar 2014 Chelsea FC 6 – Arsenal FC 0 EPL
6 Apr 2014 West Ham 1 – Liverpool 2 EPL
31 Mar 2014 Sunderland 1 – West Ham 2 EPL
26 Mar 2014 West Ham 2 – Hull City 1 EPL
22 Mar 2014 West Ham 0 – Manchester United 2 EPL
15 Mar 2014 Stoke City 3 – West Ham 1 EPL
Arsenal have won six successive league matches against West Ham and are unbeaten in the last 12 meetings in all competitions since a 1-0 home defeat in April 2007.
The Gunners have taken only two points from their last four matches. They have not gone five league games without a win since registering five successive draws in January and February 2009.
The Hammers have won seven of their last 13 league fixtures, having only triumphed in three of the previous 20.
West Ham’s only goal in their last five visits to the Emirates Stadium was scored by Jack Collison in a 5-1 defeat last season.
Arsene Wenger’s side have gone 15 home games unbeaten in the league since the opening-day defeat by Aston Villa.
The Hammers have dropped 17 points from winning positions. Only Southampton (18 points) have fared worse.
Arsenal have earned more points than any other side this season after opening the scoring: 55 from 20 games.
Arsenal have won 50 out of the 118 meetings between the two sides.
The Gunners are yet to lose a game in which they have taken the lead this season, winning seven and drawing two.
Sam Allardyce’s side have kept just six clean sheets in the Premier League, their last coming six games ago against West Brom.
West Ham United have picked up just eight points on the road out of a possible 30 and have a division-low of five goals away from home from 10 games.
Arsenal 2 v 1 West Ham
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Note: Stats from Opta