Former Nottingham Forest striker Stan Collymore has predicted a “comfortable” afternoon for West Ham when the Reds visit London Stadium on Saturday.

Steve Cooper’s side make the trip to the capital for the 3pm kick-off as they look to capitalize on an unexpected 1-1 draw with Man City in their last outing. The game is one that could be crucial for both Forest and West Ham.

Some reports suggest that a loss against the Reds could force the Hammers front office to make a decision about the future of David Moyes. West Ham currently find themselves in last relegation place following a 2-0 defeat against Tottenham last weekend.

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But Collymore has pointed to both Forest’s away record so far this season, and the attacking threats West Ham have as reasons why he believes the Hammers will take all three points of the game.

“Bosque four points on the road since the turn of the year is not good,” he told TalkSPORT on Friday.

“I don’t expect them to go to a West Ham team that is now going to scrap for its life, I still think Antonio and Bowen are a real threat.


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