West Ham United have been handed a huge triple boost with Claret and Hugh claiming that Angelo Ogbonna, Arthur Masuaku and Mark Noble are fit and available for selection for tomorrow’s clash with Newcastle United.

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The Hammers are missing three key players for our trip to St James’ Park.

Declan Rice, Michail Antonio and Aaron Cresswell will all miss out through injury.

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Missing those three key players at such a vital time of the season is obviously not what West Ham needed.

There is some good news for the Hammers fans, however.

West Ham handed massive triple injury boost

David Moyes will once again be able to call upon Angelo Ogbonna, Mark Noble and Arthur Masuaku (Claret and Hugh).

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The timing of those three players returning is absolutely vital, given the other key men who are out injured.

Ogbonna has been out injured since February and we have really missed the Italian.

Noble and Masuaku, meanwhile, played last week against Leicester but both were doubts for the Newcastle game due to minor knocks.

A win against the Magpies will be vital if West Ham are going to finish inside the top four this season.

And whilst we are missing three key players, the expected return of Ogbonna along with Masuaku and Noble being fit to play should give us that little boost of confidence needed to win the match.

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