West Ham fixtures: The Hammers are still dreaming of qualifying for the Champions League.
Three wins from our final three games might just be enough to earn a top four berth.
But what are our chances of doing just that?
Chelsea seem out of reach. Thomas Tuchel has worked wonders since taking over at Stamford Bridge. So Leicester are the more realistic team to catch and subsequently overtake.
West Ham fixtures an advantage
Our games away at Brighton and West Brom and at home against Southampton are arguably the easiest of any of our top four rivals.
Leicester face trips to Manchester United and Chelsea and a home game against Tottenham.
Another team who could finish above us is Liverpool. They have four games remaining – away at Manchester United, West Brom and Burnley and at home against Crystal Palace.
Tottenham have an outside chance as well, but they certainly will have to win all of their remaining games.
We believe that West Ham have a big advantage this weekend.
Manchester United play host to Leicester and Liverpool on Tuesday and Thursday respectively. If the Red Devils get two draws at the very worst from those two games, we will be in great shape.
Everton, another one of our rivals, play away at Aston Villa this week and even if they win, finishing above the Toffees will still be in our hands.
West Ham play Brighton on Saturday night, before Tottenham, Everton and Liverpool play their games the day after.
If David Moyes’s men win that game, we will pile the pressure on our rivals.
West Ham fixtures shaping up nicely
The following set of fixtures see Chelsea and Leicester go head to head before us. The same goes for Everton and Tottenham.
The Hammers will know exactly what’s needed from our clash with West Brom.
Then the final day comes around the following Sunday. All teams kick-off their respective games at the same time. West Ham welcome Southampton to the London Stadium.
All three of our final fixtures are against teams that have absolutely nothing to play or.
We believe the way things have shaped up gives us a great chance. We can put the pressure on against Brighton and then sit back and see what needs to be done against West Brom.
The bottom line is that we must win our final three games. That’s easier said than done of course.
Let’s hope that we get a boost without even playing between now and Saturday.
COYI! This is our time. Let’s not be left wondering what might have been. This is a time to be positive. Bring on the Champions League!