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West Ham United - Wolverhampton Wanderers
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Full-time: West Ham have their first victory of the season and they have recorded it in some style. They were outstanding.
- GoalSébastien HallerWest Ham United
GOAL! West Ham 4-0 Wolves (Haller): Haller, the sub, puts the gloss on an excellent night for West Ham. He pulls away at the back post and his powerful header from Masuaku's inch-perfect cross leaves Patricio with no chance.
FOUR minutes to be added on.
- OffJarrod BowenWest Ham United
- OnMark NobleWest Ham United
Double West Ham sub: Bowen and Antonio - West Ham's two best players on the night - are replaced by Noble and Sebastien Haller.
Mark Noble is warming up for West Ham. His introduction is imminent.
West Ham look very comfortable. They have almost everyone behind the ball as they look to protect their clean sheet. Stuart Pearce is still on the phone to Moyes!
Cresswell has taken a knock to his foot but should be okay to continue for West Ham.
Neves blasts over from 30 yards out, summing up a dreadful night for Wolves.
The BT Sport commentators have said Soucek's header may go down as a Jimenez own-goal, which would be incredibly harsh on the West Ham player.
Here's West Ham's second...
Into the last fifteen and to be honest, Wolves look down and out. It has been a strange performance by Nuno's men.
- OffNélson SemedoWolverhampton Wanderers
- OnKi-Jana HoeverWolverhampton Wanderers
Double Wolves sub: Semedo is replaced by fellow debutant Ki-Jana Hoever, while Moutinho makes way for Vitinha.
West Ham have a very difficult run of fixtures coming up - Leicester, Everton and Man City included. So a result tonight will be most welcome.
The Premier League has thrown up many surprises already, and this result - as it stands - will also go down as unexpected.
- Own-goalRaúl JiménezWolverhampton Wanderers
GOAL! West Ham 3-0 Wolves (Soucek): The Hammers are running away with it! Soucek is left unmarked at the near post to put the game to bed from Cresswell's corner delivery. His header took a deflection to help it in.
- OffAdama TraoréWolverhampton Wanderers
- OnFábio SilvaWolverhampton Wanderers
Wolves sub: Record signing Fabio Silva replaces Traore, who appears to have taken a knock to his face.
Wolves need to make a change. And fast.
Wolves are a bit all over the place and West Ham are good value for their lead. The hosts have been much the better side.
- GoalJarrod BowenWest Ham United
GOAL! West Ham 2-0 Wolves (Bowen): Bowen doubles West Ham's advantage with his second of the game! Antonio causes problems again as he gets in behind the defence on the left and picks out Fornals with his cross. His shot crashes off the post and Bowen is well placed for a simple tap-in.
There's a deflection on Traore's cross and West Ham clear to the edge of the penalty box. Moutinho tries an ambitious effort but it's always rising. Over.
West Ham haven't keep a clean sheet at home in 10 matches! Despite their domination, this game hangs in the balance...
Over! Cresswell's free-kick is stood up in the area but Balbuena heads over the bar.
- Yellow cardConor CoadyWolverhampton Wanderers
Yellow card! Poor defending from Coady as he gives a silly free-kick away on the left flank for a foul on Antonio, who had got in behind the Wolves defence.
West Ham sub: Ben Johnson, only 20, is on for Fredericks at right-back.
Fredericks is down after making the run on the overlap and his game may be up. Possibly pulled something. Stuart Pearce is on the phone, probably to David Moyes.
Semedo goes past one, two, three defenders before releasing the ball. He has shown glimpses of his quality already.
- 2nd Half
Kick-off! West Ham get the second-half underway. Wolves need major improvement; the Hammers need to be more ruthless. How will this pan out?
- End of 1st Half
Half-time: West Ham have been brilliant in the first half and should probably have more to show for it than just the one-goal advantage.
Wonderful football from Wolves as Jimenez dummies it and Neves' first-time effort is straight at Fabianski. There will be one minute of added-time to play at the end of the first half.
Over! Antonio wriggles free to unleash a powerful shot from a tight angle. Patricio makes the save but parries it into the path of Fornal on the edge of the box. He leans back and blazes it high into the empty stands. Another chance goes begging for West Ham.
Cresswell comes out of defence to deliver a really dangerous cross, but Vinagre climbs higher than Antonio to make an important headed clearance for Wolves.
Semedo threatens with a good run on the right. He pulls a cross back into the West Ham box but no one in gold is there to meet it.
West Ham continue to knock on the door, as Antonio spins to get a shot away but drags it wide.
Important block! Fredericks is proving a dangerous outlet on the right for West Ham and he stands up a dangerous cross for Soucek, who arrived into the box late, but Coady makes a really important block.
Wolves have a corner as Moutinho's ambitious shot is deflected behind. Neto delivers but Fabianski is on hand to save Jimenez's header.
Coady has taken a knock but he will be okay to continue. Ten minutes until half-time now and after a slow start to the game it has really come to life.
So close! Wolves survive another scare! Antonio holds the ball up well and sees his cross deflected into Soucek, whose header is spectacularly saved by Patricio. Bowen sends it back into the mixer but Boly intervenes to deny Antonio.
Neto picks up a position on the right and has space to have a shot. It's a curler, but it's always curling wide.
Neto wins a free-kick for Wolves. Moutinho chips it into the path of Jimenez, but he's offside.
Save! Masuaka plays a nice give-and-go with Antonio before crossing for Soucek who forces a save from Patricio. Delightful move from West Ham.
A lovely goal.
Wolves have had 56 per cent of possession, but West Ham have looked fairly dangerous and have made the breakthrough. Wolves, however, may complain that Fornals didn't take the free-kick in the position where the foul was made in the build-up to the opening goal.
Fornals makes his run too early and is flagged offside on the left.
West Ham are growing in confidence now, and Antonio, who drifts to the left flank to collect the ball, squeezes past a couple of defenders and gets his shot away, but it's straight at Patricio.
- GoalJarrod BowenWest Ham United
GOAL! West Ham 1-0 Wolves (Bowen): West Ham lead, out of nowhere! It's a beautiful finish from Bowen, who scores his second goal for the club. Martin Atkinson allow the hosts to play a quick free-kick, with Fornals knocking a forward pass to Bowen, and he curls it past Rui Patricio from the edge of the penalty area. Lovely!
Brilliant feet by Traore, who works his way out of a tight space to deliver a cross. Balbuena's headed clearance isn't the most convincing, but West Ham survive.
Brilliant wing-play by Neto, who knocks it past Balbuena and beats the West Ham defender for pace. He does well to recover, though, making the block, as Wolves win the corner.
Traore drives down the right, beating Obgonna and Cresswell with that tremendous burst of pace he's blessed with. His cross, however, is poor and goes out for a goal-kick.
West Ham only had six home victories last season. Six! They haven't looked too convincing so far tonight.
Both teams are playing the same shape and they're rather cancelling each other out at the moment. A slow start.
Antonio drops deep and switches it to Fredericks down the right. His cross is poor. He feels he was impeded, though, but the referee doesn't agree.
A scrappy start to this encounter, with both sides struggling to keep a hold of the ball.
Kick-off! The players take the knee in the ongoing fight against racism and Wolves get us underway on this Sunday evening.
Five minutes until kick-off in the capital. Will there be more Premier League drama this evening?
Exciting times at Wolves. In Semedo and Adama Traore, they have some serious speed in their team.
Fifteen minutes until kick-off here at the London Stadium, so here's another stat: West Ham have lost each of their opening three league matches in two of the last three seasons (2017-18 and 2018-19). They'd only lost their first three games in two of their previous 45 league campaigns prior to this.
Goals, goals, goals. We have had plenty of excitement in the opening Premier League games, haven't we? More this evening, please! (Just no more handballs!).
West Ham United have lost each of their last four Premier League meetings with Wolves without scoring a single goal; the Hammers' last win over them in the competition was back on New Year's Day 2011 (2-0). The omens don't look good for the Hammers...
Wolves have three points from their first two games, losing to Manchester City after winning at Sheffield United in their opener. They have since strengthened their squad with the signing of Semedo, who comes straight into the team tonight. No Europa League football for Wolves this season, which may be a blessing. This is a squad with real potential and could push the top six.
Moyes: "Alan Irvine and the rest of the staff will be in direct control from their positions in London Stadium but I will certainly be in close and continuous contact by telephone."
West Ham have recorded two convincing victories in the Carabao Cup, but that can't detract from how poor they have started in the Premier League. They were much improved at Arsenal last weekend after an embarrassing opening day defeat to Newcastle, and yet they still haven't registered a point. Today is a difficult game for the Hammers, but they need something.
Wolves make two changes from the side that lost 3-1 to Manchester City. Nelson Semedo makes his debut after signing from Barcelona and Ruben Vinagre also comes into the side, as Marcal drops to the bench and Daniel Podence drops out of the squad altogether.
West Ham make just one change from the side that lost 2-1 to Arsenal last week, with Issa Diop, who is self-isolating, replaced by Fabian Balbuena in defence. Mark Noble has recovered from injury and features on the bench.
West Ham XI: Fabianski, Fredericks, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Masuaku, Bowen, Soucek, Rice, Fornals, Antonio.. subs: Randolph, Yarmolenko, Anderson, Lanzini, Noble, Haller, Johnson /// Wolves XI: Patricio, Vinagre, Saiss, Coady, Boly, Semedo, Neves, Moutinho, Neto, Traore, Jimenez.. subs: Ruddy, Hoever, Silva, Vitinha, Dendoncker, Shabani, Kilman.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the Premier League clash between West Ham and Wolves. David Moyes will continue to manage remotely having tested positive for Covid-19, so Alan Irvine will be standing in on the touchline, as West Ham target their first victory of the season.