West Ham United goalkeeper Darren Randolph is expecting to face a tough match against Bournemouth on Saturday. Despite the Cherries struggling during recent games, the Hammers shot stopper is not getting complacent.
Bournemouth managed a creditable draw against Manchester United last Saturday to show that they certainly have the capability to avoid relegation this season. However, Eddie Howe’s men are only five points ahead of 18th placed Middlesbrough.
Randolph told his clubs website, “It will be another tough game for us. It’s not the easiest of places to go, but we want to end the season strongly. We’ve worked hard to get ourselves out of the position we were in and we don’t want to let that fade away.”
Based on current form, the match could prove to be a difficult one to predict. Six points separate the Hammers from the Cherries, who will be looking to use their home ground advantage to get points from the game.