West Ham United are facing double trouble when Bournemouth come to town today.
West Ham are one place and one point above the drop zone going into the game against the Cherries.
David Moyes has returned for a second spell in charge and the appointment has been even less popular this time around.
Moyes under instant pressure as Cherries come to town
The Scot was bullish on his return.
But he knows getting off to a winning start will be vital to win fans over and push the Hammers up the table.
Bournemouth stand in West Ham’s way.
Wilson back to haunt Hammers?
And they have been handed a double boost with the news that perennial tormentor Callum Wilson and Cherries speedster Ryan Fraser are BACK fit for the clash.
Sky Sports claim the duo will start in what has fast become a Premier League six-pointer.
Moyes is already under intense pressure.
And he will not be comforted by the fact Wilson has scored six goals against the Hammers in six games.
Pacy Fraser a big worry too
The striker scored in the reverse fixture, a 2-2 draw at the Vitality Stadium.
Fraser will be one to watch too.
West Ham’s lack of pace has been a worry all season and Moyes will have to make special plans for his fellow Scot, who was linked with a big money move to Arsenal in the summer.
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