Five wins in the last six matches have pulled West Ham United to the top half of the log and the team which had a woeful start to the Premier League campaign this season can dare dream again. West Ham’s run in the recent times was only checked by an unforeseen home loss to Watford but they recovered immediately with a win over Southampton, largely orchestrated by striker Felipe Anderson who has taken up the mantle well from the injured Javier Hernandez. The Brazilian has now scored eight goals and emerged as a very key player for the side. He will be on show again in this clash. In five of the last six matches, West Ham have scored two goals or more; in the only match they have not scored, they have lost. They will be confident enough to take on a Burnley side that has shipped in nine goals in the last three matches and has lost six of their last seven matches. Away from home, West Ham have not lost any of the last five, picking 11 points off a possible 15 while Burnley have one win and four losses in the five home matches. West Ham have six wins in the last eight matches against Burnley and have lost just once in the process. The two sides have met 63 times in history; West Ham have managed 28 wins and Burnley 19.