Filed: Wednesday, 8th March 2017
By: Staff Writer
West Ham United's points tally this season is nearly 25 per cent down on last season's haul at the same stage of the campaign.
After 27 games in the 2016/17 season, in which West Ham finished 7th in the Premier Legaue and qualified for Europe, Slaven Bilic's side had reached 43 points - TEN more than the 33 accrued so far this season.
And you have to go back to the 2013/14 campaign - United's second season back in the top flight under Sam Allardyce following a brief spell in the Championship - to discover a lower total after 27 games (31 points).
Meanwhile the lowest points total a West Ham team has managed at the same stage in a Premier League season is just 20 - as registered in 2006/07 before Alan Curbishley's side staged a miraculous recovery to avoid relegation.
Here's how West Ham have fared in the last ten seasons after 27 games (38-match campaigns only considered)...
2015/16: 43pts (finished 7th)
2014/15: 39pts (finished 12th)
2013/14: 31pts (finished 13th)
2012/13: 30pts (finished 10th)
2010/11: 25pts (finished 20th)
2009/10: 27pts (finished 17th)
2008/09: 36pts (finished 9th)
2007/08: 40pts (finished 10th)
2006/07: 20pts (finished 15th)
* This article was complied with the help of statistics from Hammers Barometer.
In brief - Monday's news round-up [24th Apr 2017]
Collins , Bilic, Carroll & Sakho : Friday's news [21st Apr 2017]
Inzaghi , Lanzini, Bilic & Terry : Thursday's news [20th Apr 2017]
In brief - Wednesday's news round-up [19th Apr 2017]
In brief - Tuesday's news round-up [18th Apr 2017]
Sakho , Bilic, Snodgrass & Noble : Saturday's news [15th Apr 2017]
Fan's anger at late fixture changes [13th Apr 2017]
Noble , Moore, Calleri & Sullivan : Thursday's news [13th Apr 2017]
Liverpool date changed [12th Apr 2017]
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