Manchester United travel to the London Stadium on the back of a disappointing 1-0 defeat at Brighton last week – the fourth time in their last eight away matches that they have failed to win.

The visitors need just one point from their final two games to seal second place in the Premier League and also have the FA Cup final in little over a week to prepare for.

West Ham, then, are primed to earn at least a draw on Thursday.

David Moyes’ side have already proved that they are capable of matching the league’s big-six clubs this season, having taken four points from home games against Chelsea and Arsenal.

The Hammers also earned draws Tottenham and Chelsea in the league, as well as beating the former in the EFL Cup fourth round.

And having won 2-0 at Leicester last weekend and lost just two of their last six, confidence should be high for the home side.

In order to avoid defeat, though, it’s likely that they will need to score.

Jose Mourinho’s side have found the back of the net in 11 of their last 15 league games and won the reverse fixture 4-0 on the opening day of the season. They have, however, kept just three clean sheets in their last eight away games.

Given that West Ham have only failed to net in two of their last 14 matches in all competitions at London Stadium, both teams to score looks a reliable bet.

When picking a goalscorer for the Hammers, it makes sense to think away from the usual suspects.

Three of the last five goals Manchester United have conceded in the league have been from headers, and Angelo Ogbonna is one of West Ham’s biggest threats in the air.

The defender has already netted against Tottenham and Manchester City this season, and is a great price to repeat the trick here.

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