West Ham fans have been particularly happy in the Transfer Tavern during the international break following their side’s most recent victory.
Slaven Bilic’s men were languishing in the Premier League’s bottom three ahead of their clash with Swansea City last time out, but a 90th minute winner from striker Diafra Sakho secured the Hammers a much-needed 1-0 success over Paul Clement’s side.
That win lifted the East London outfit up to 15th in the division and has somewhat eased the pressure on manager Bilic, who would have been feeling it at the start of the campaign having lost all three of his opening three league games.
However, the Hammers will now go in search of back-to-back Premier League victories for the first time since January on Saturday against Burnley at Turf Moor, who currently sit nine places and seven points clear of West Ham in the Premier League table.
Sean Dyche’s side have won three and drawn three of their first seven matches but have picked up just four points from their opening three home games, in which time they have managed just one goal.
And as such West Ham will be confident of going to Lancashire and picking up all three points, and here are THREE reasons why they will do just that this weekend…