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Top eight over Christmas


Filed: Friday, 5th January 2018
By: Staff Writer


West Ham's haul of five points from four games over Christmas and the New Year was good enough to place David Moyes side amongst the top eight performing clubs during the holiday season.

Having secured draws at Bounemouth and Tottenham, in addition to the defeat of West Bromwich Albion, the Hammers enjoyed the Premier League's eighth best record during the Yuletide break.

The only sour note of an otherwise productive period was the home defeat against fellow strugglers Newcastle Utd, one of the seven clubs to best West Ham's total.

As a result of the five points gained, West Ham are now 15th in the Premier League table with a total of 22 points from 22 games - exactly the same position United were in prior to the four-match Christmas programme. The full table, as produced by Andrew Beasley, looks as follows.







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