West Ham United (a) 1960/61

Saturday 17 December 1960 at Boleyn Ground, Upton Park (Att 22,336)

West Ham United (2) 5 (Musgrove 5, Dunmore 38 79, Moore 50, Dick 89): Rhodes, Bond, Lyall, Malcolm, Brown, Moore, Grice, Woosnam, Dunmore, Dick, Musgrove.
Wolves (0) 0: Sidebottom, Stuart, Harris, Clamp, Slater, Flowers, Deeley, Mason, Kirkham, Deeley, Stobart, Farmer, Broadbent, Durandt.

Referee: Mr K Sneddon (Southport).
Injury: Geoff Sidebottom was carried off in the 50th minute with a suspected broken leg. He had dived at the feet of Bobby Moore trying to stop the third goal. Johnny Kirkham replaced him for the remainder of the match.
Cricket: West Indies and Australia play out the first ever drawn test match on the day.
Position: 3rd.