West Ham United

form

All
WHU 0 - 2 ARS
L
MNU 3 - 0 WHU
L
REA 1 - 2 WHU
W
WHU 1 - 4 MCI
L
WHU 0 - 2 MCI
L
WHU 0 - 2 BRH
L
IPS 0 - 1 WHU
W
WHU 1 - 1 MNU
D
BIR 0 - 1 WHU
W
REA 0 - 1 WHU
W
Leicester City WFC

form

All
TOT 1 - 0 LEW
L
LEW 0 - 0 REA
D
MCI 4 - 0 LEW
L
LEW 0 - 5 ARS
L
LEW 0 - 9 CHE
L
EVE 3 - 2 LEW
L
MNU 4 - 0 LEW
L
CHE 7 - 0 LEW
L
LEW 3 - 0 WHU
W
LEW 1 - 2 AST
L
Head to Head
3 Matches (0 Draws)
1 Total wins 2
1 Home wins 2
0 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
0 Draw
2 Wins
LEW 3 - 0 WHU
WHU 4 - 0 LEW
LEW 2 - 1 WHU
5 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 3
Both Teams Scored 1 / 3
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. This is the first meeting between West Ham United and Leicester City in the FA WSL.
  2. The only previous encounter between West Ham United and Leicester was in the Women’s League Cup in January 2011, a 2-1 win for Leicester.
  3. West Ham have only won two of their seven FA WSL games against newly promoted sides (D2 L3) and both of their games against Aston Villa last season ended goalless.
  4. Only Everton (41 and 3.66) have faced more shots and conceded a higher expected goals (xG) total than Leicester in the WSL this season (40 and 3.44).
  5. West Ham won each of their final three home league matches that were held at Rush Green, but are since winless in 12 such games since moving their home matches to the Chigwell Construction Stadium (D5 L7).
  6. West Ham scored for the first time in six Women’s Super League matches last time out against Aston Villa – they haven’t scored in consecutive league games since December 2020 against Chelsea and Bristol City.
  7. Leicester City’s Direct Speed, which measures how many metres per second a team progresses upfield with their open play sequences, is the highest of any WSL side this season (1.92).
  8. West Ham and Leicester, along with Chelsea, are tied for the most Direct Attacks in the Women’s Super League this season with five each.
  9. West Ham’s Adriana Leon has taken more shots (5) and created more chances (3) than any of her teammates in the WSL this season.
  10. Leicester’s Hannah Cain scored the winning goal for Everton against West Ham back in March 2019, coming off the bench to score in the 88th minute in a 1-0 victory.
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