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Bet of the Day: Both teams can find the net in West Ham v Huddersfield

Londoners struggling again under Bilic

West Ham United return home to the London Stadium on Monday night football against Premier League new boys, Huddersfield Town.

The Hammers have struggled badly this season losing their first three league fixtures.

Those losses have all come on their travels as the Hammers were unable to host Southampton in the opener due to the World Athletic Championships at London Stadium.

Back on familiar turf, Slaven Bilic’s team should at least be able to find the net.

West Ham notched in 14 of their 19 home league games last season. Huddersfield found the net in 16 of their 23 Championship away fixtures.

The Terriers also bagged a hat-trick of goals at Selhurst Park against Crystal Palace.

Both Teams To Score at 4/5 is Coral’s Bet of the Day.

Wagner can heap more misery on Bilic

West Ham have struggled since the January departure of talisman Dimitri Payet.

Bilic has failed to find a consistent formula and their awful start to the season has owners David Gold and David Sullivan worried.

Huddersfield are a vibrant, attacking side under David Wagner.

The German will be eyeing up another scalp here and the former Olympic Stadium will hold no fears.

The West Yorkshire outfit were the fifth-best away team in the Championship last season with 10 wins from 23 away games.

The Hammers, on the other hand, had just seven home league wins during the 2016-17 campaign.

Huddersfield to win at 3/1 looks like a value bet.

Back goals and a Terriers win

Going on the likelihood that both teams will score, and the Terriers could pull off an upset, Coral’s 6/1 on Huddersfield and Over 2.5 Goals looks generous.

Four of West Ham’s eight defeats on home soil last season saw both teams finding the net.

Four of Huddersfield’s 10 away wins saw three or more goals scored.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing