Luton (H) – The Full 6Foot2 Preview and Predictions

11 May, 2024
written by AD Hammer

Luton (H) – The Full 6Foot2 Preview and Predictions



It’s David Moyes last home game in charge and after more than 4 seasons, a chance for those that have appreciated him to thank him for his time in charge. I have been on the opposite side of that argument and have not enjoyed the football for the most part, but I genuinely hope he gets a good farewell.

With European qualification gone, it could be considered a fairly meaningless game for West Ham, but we could easily slip into the bottom half if we don’t take three points today. For Luton, a loss effectively relegates them, even if Forest lose at home to Chelsea, due to a far inferior goal difference.

It would be a shame to see Luton go down, as they have been a breath of fresh air for much of the season, but a win for us today is required. COYI!   



Our Predictions

ADHammer : 2-1 West Ham
Doddsy: 3-0 West Ham
Nigel: 3-1 West Ham


Pundit Predictions

Chris Sutton: 2-1 West Ham
Paul Merson: 1-1 Draw
Lawro: 2-0 West Ham

Your Prediction


Opta Stats Probability

West Ham win 56.6%
Draw 24.0%
Luton Win 19.4%

Odds (SkyBet)

West Ham win 3/4
Draw 16/5
Luton win 3/1


Injury & Squad News

West Ham:
Aguerd and Dinos remain out, as does Phillips, who looks to have played his last game for us. Paqueta is expected to be available.

Luton have seven on the long-term injury list who are not expected to be available.; Lockyer, Kabore, Nakamba, Brown, Bell, Potts and Anderson.

Premier Form

West Ham: D-W-L-L-D-L
The Hammers had to swallow a humiliating 5-0 loss to London rivals Chelsea last time out, falling to 15th in the form table.

Luton: L-W-L-L-L-D
Luton drew at home to Everton last Friday night, but are 19th in the current form table.


Previous 6 Meetings Home And Away

Sep 23: Luton 1 West Ham 2 (EPL)
Mar 94: Luton 3 West Ham 2 (FACup)
Mar 94: West Ham 0 Luton 0 (FACup)
Apr 93: Luton 2 West Ham 0 (Div1)
Dec 92: West Ham 2 Luton 2 (Div1)
Jan 92: Luton 0 West Ham 1 (Div1)


What Results Do For West Ham

Win: No change – stay 9th
Draw: Could drop below Brighton (if they win at Newcastle) and Bournemouth (if they beat Brentford at home).
Lose: Could drop as low as 12th, if Bournemouth win or draw, Brighton win and Wolves beat Palace.



Moyes’ Pre-Match Conference

Doddsy’s Pre-Match Conference

Memory Lane: West Ham 5 Luton 0 (1991)


You need to be a member and be logged in to comment and get involved with the community. Its free to join here.


Submit a Comment

Follow Us On Social Media

Recent Comments

Player Links & Rumours Rated

Ratings will be updated as transfer window develops.





Potential Cost


Conor Gallagher





Conor Gallagher





Pin It on Pinterest

Share This