West Ham United trio Arthur Masuaku, Angelo Ogbonna and Andriy Yarmolenko could all be back and available for selection after the international break according to club insiders Claret and Hugh.
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Masuaku has been out since undergoing knee surgery way back in December.
Meanwhile, Ogbonna and Yarmolenko have been missing since suffering injuries during our FA Cup tie with Manchester United last month.
In fairness to the West Ham players, they have coped really well without the international trio.
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David Moyes has a paper thin squad at his disposal at the London Stadium. So he will be desperate to get Masuaku, Ogbonna and Yarmolenko all back involved.
Claret and Hugh have claimed that West Ham are hopeful of having all three players back and available for selection after the international break.
And that really is great news for the Hammers.
Masuaku is vital to our ability to efficiently deploy the wing-back system.
Ogbonna, meanwhile, was arguably the leading contender for the Hammer of the Year award before he got injured.
And Yarmolenko will provide David Moyes with a much-needed attacking option off the bench.
Next up for West Ham is a home game against Arsenal. It is absolutely vital that we take three points from that contest.
The Hammers then have two weeks before we play again – an away game against Wolves on Monday April 5th.
Hopefully David Moyes will have plenty of options to choose from for that game at Molineux.
West Ham need everyone fully fit for the Premier League run-in. If Moyes has a full selection of players to choose from between now and the end of the season, a top six finish will be well within our reach.