Aston Villa are the visitors to the Boleyn Ground this weekend as West Ham United look to get back to winning ways on home turf.
Here whufc.com takes a look at six memorable home wins for the Hammers over the Villans.
West Ham United 4-0 Aston Villa
12 September 2005
A Marlon Harewood hat-trick inspired the newly promoted Hammers to a thumping victory over Aston Villa.
The big striker grabbed the first three goals before Yossi Benayoun completed the rout after 89 minutes.
The Hammers would go onto reach the FA Cup final and finish ninth in the league whilst Villa flirted with relegation before finishing 16th.
West Ham United 3-0 Aston Villa
League Cup third round
15 October 1997
West Ham progressed to the fourth round of the league cup with a dominant win over the Villans in front of just over 20,000 fans.
John Hartson bagged a brace with Frank Lampard also getting on the scoresheet to ensure cup progress.
The Hammers made it through the fourth round against Walsall before their cup run was ended by Arsenal at the Boleyn Ground.
West Ham United 4-1 Aston Villa
19 October 1985
The Hammmers helped themselves to a four-goal feast as Aston Villa capitulated at the Boleyn Ground.
Two goals each from Frank McAvennie and Tony Cottee extended West Ham's unbeaten run to 11 games.
The win moved the Hammers up to seventh, a position they would never be below again as they went onto record a third place finish in the league.
West Ham United 4-2 Aston Villa
5 March 1966
In another four-goal day for the Hammers against the Villans, the home side shared the goals around.
Geoff Hurst, Peter Brabrook, Johnny Byrne and Jack Burkett scored a goal each as this win kick-started a sequence of five consecutive home wins.
West Ham would go onto finish 12th whilst Villa ended the season four places below them in 16th.
West Ham United 5-2 Aston Villa
22 August 1960
The Hammers hit five in the second game of the 1960/61 season to move themselves into the top half of the table.
Thoughts of an early defeat were banished with goals from John Bond, Phil Woosnam, Dave Dunmore, John Dick and Malcolm Musgrove doing the damage.
Villa would have their revenge just two games later however as they recorded a 2-1 win at Villa Park.
West Ham United 7-2 Aston Villa
30 August 1958
A rampant West Ham team destroyed their visitors in this early season clash in 1958.
Vic Keeble, John Dick and Malcolm Musgrove all chipped in with two goals apiece whilst Bill Landsdowne also netted.
The Hammers enjoyed a good season eventually finishing sixth whilst the Villans were relegated after finishing 21st.