BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson has predicted that West Ham United will draw 1-1 with Huddersfield Town tomorrow.

Lawrenson warned about Huddersfield’s impressive home form but believes that West Ham will not be beaten by David Wagner’s side.

He said:

“West Ham survived their FA Cup trip to Shrewsbury and have only lost one of their past seven league games too. They have won three of them, so David Moyes is on a good run at the moment. Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham are the only teams to have beaten Huddersfield at home this season, but I just don’t see the Hammers losing here.”

In the last encounter between West Ham and Huddersfield, the Irons picked up their first win of the season with a tough fought victory at The London Stadium.

Pedro Obiang’s deflected strike and Andre Ayew’s close range goal sealed a 2-0 victory for West Ham to get the ball rolling in the Premier League this season.

If West Ham can replicate that previous success against Huddersfield and register another victory in Yorkshire tomorrow, it would see us leapfrog them in the table and move up to 25 points.

A loss – on the other hand – could see us drop back into the relegation zone depending on other results.