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West Ham Trophies Odds for 2023/24

Dumitru Palanchuk
Dumitru Palanchuk
11 August 2023, 14:20

Last season, David Moyes led West Ham to victory in the UEFA Conference League, thus putting an end to the club’s 40-year trophy drought. The team struggled in the Premier League but still secured a spot in the Europa League thanks to the mentioned Conference League win. In the new season, the 60-year-old will again have to compete on both domestic and continental fronts. The West Ham trophy odds for the 2023/24 term do not look too promising, which is explained by the team’s performances from last season and the lack of upgrades in the summer market.

List of West Ham Trophy Odds

When it comes to the West Ham trophy betting odds, the Hammers are not viewed among the top favourites in any of the competitions they will be featuring in this season. The most favourable chances seem to be in the English League Cup.

West Ham TrophiesSuper Sports Bet ODDS
Premier League301.00
Europa League34.00
FA Cup34.00
English League Cup23.00

Premier League

West Ham have never won the Premier League in their history and it would take a miracle for the Irons to claim the title this season. The team from London finished in the 14th place last season – the worst result in a full season under David Moyes – as they struggled to keep up with both domestic and European football. And the Irons did not improve their squad over the summer: their only arrival was Edson Alvarez from Ajax while they lost captain Declan Rice and striker Gianluca Scamacca. Their main creative asset, Lucas Paqueta, may also leave before the end of the transfer window.

The most optimistic goal West Ham may set for themselves ahead of the new season is a finish inside the top six, with 11.00 odds on this event. Moyes has already done it once with the Hammers.

Europa League

This will not be West Ham’s debut in the Europa League, as they’ve already featured three times in the competition in their history. Their best most recent run came in the 2020/21 season under Moyes, as the team reached the semi-finals but were defeated by eventual winners Eintracht Frankfurt. Along the way, the Irons defeated such solid sides as Sevilla and Lyon after topping their group.

In the 2023/23 campaign, the competition will be through the roof! Among contenders for the title will be Brighton and Liverpool, who both finished above West Ham in the Premier League last term, as well as 2022/23 finalists AS Roma and 2021/22 winners Villarreal. With a pragmatic approach and some luck in the draw, West Ham can make it quite far in the competition, but winning it all sounds like too optimistic of a goal.

FA Cup

The FA Cup is the last major domestic trophy in West Ham's history, with their last triumph dating back to the 1979/80 season. In total, the Hammers won three FA Cups and made the final on two more occasions, in 1922/23 and 2005/06. In the most recent final, West Ham was defeated by Rafael Benitez's Liverpool only on penalties, with the regular time ending in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

With Moyes in charge, West Ham have never made it past the fifth round of the competition. Last term, their run was ended by Manchester United after a 3-1 loss away from home at this exact stage.

Not much will change for the Irons this season, and with a busy schedule and weaker squad, they can only hope for better luck in the draw.

English League Cup

West Ham have never won the English League Cup despite reaching the final twice, in 1965/66 and 1980/81. Yet, despite the lack of success in this tournament, it ranks highest on the West Ham trophy odds.

In the 21st century, the Hammers’ best runs in the competition in the semi-finals. The last time they reached this stage, in 2013/14, they were thrashed 9-0 on aggregate by Manchester City who went on to win the trophy. As for last season, West Ham lost their opening, third-round game to second-tier Blackburn Rovers on penalties following a home draw.

The Irons may be capable of a good run in the cup but only if they ditch the Premier League and Europa League. Otherwise, it will be very difficult for Moyes to keep his starters fresh for the domestic cup games.