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Premier League action returns this weekend.

West Ham vs. Chelsea: Team records

  • West Ham: 7-3-4, 24 points
  • Chelsea 10-3-1, 33 points

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How to watch and odds for West Ham vs. Chelsea

  • When: Saturday at 7:30 a.m. ET
  • Where: London Stadium, London
  • TV: NBC Sports Network
  • Live stream: fuboTV (try for free)
  • Caesars Sportsbook odds: West Ham +365, Draw +265, Chelsea -130 

What to know about West Ham

David Moyes's side currently sit fourth in the Premier League table with 24 points and have a goal difference of only +8. Their attack has been strong with 1.8 goals scored per match, the fourth best total in the Premier League but their defense has been equally mediocre, conceding 1.6 goals per match, the sixth worst total in the league. Michail Antonio leads the attack with six goals, leading the team. Jarrod Bowen the team's leading assist man, setting up teammates four times this season.

What to know about Chelsea

Manager Thomas Tuchel has guided his team to 33 points so far this Premier League season, good enough for firsts place in the table. The team boasts a high flying attack scoring 2.4 goals per match, the second highest total in the league. Defensively they concede only 0.4 goals per match, making them the stingiest defense in England. They rely on Reece James and Mason Mount to get goals. The two are tied for the team scoring lead with four goals each. The creative duties rest on midfielder Mateo Kovacic's shoulders, as he leads the way with five assists.