Date: 29th April 2016 at 6:20pm
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Vs West Brom (A), April 30

While West Brom pooped Spurs’ party last week, and have ultimately done just enough to survive, their fans have endured a pretty tough season with Tony Pulis at the helm. Scrapping their way to safety may have earned the former Stoke boss negotiations for a new deal, but the same tactics shouldn’t prove so effective against in-form West Ham.

Shoot Says: 2-1 win

Photo: Charlotte Wilson / Offside

Four draws in the Hammers’ last five Premier League outings has endangered the club’s aim to secure European football next season – Photo: Charlotte Wilson / Offside.

Vs Swansea City (H), May 7

Upton Park’s final season has been filled with dramatic highs, spectacular goals and heaps of entertainment. On-the-beach Swansea are unlikely to put a stop to any of that here. Slaven Bilic’s side look to have fallen short of a Champions League place, but this has been a fine campaign and their fans can expect more excitement in the closing weeks.

Shoot Says: 3-1 win

Vs Manchester United (H), May 10

And so we arrive at Upton Park’s final game. While the famous ground may not have seen as much success as other stadiums around the country, it seems fitting that it should bow out with West Ham battling the Red Devils for a European spot. This should be a momentous occasion at the Boleyn Ground.

Shoot Says: 2-2 draw

Vs Stoke City (A), May 15

Two teams who have changed their styles drastically over the season meet at the Britannia Stadium. While Stoke have excited with Bojan, Xherdan Shaqiri and particularly Marko Arnautovic, West Ham have been sublime in threatening to join Leicester in upsetting the usual order at the league’s summit. They Hammers should have the quality to end the campaign on a high.

Shoot Says: 2-1 win

Overall Points: 66
Final Position: 6th

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