David Moyes has hinted at some West Ham injury blows ahead of our Europa League Group H clash with Genk tonight.

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The Hammers will be looking to secure a top place finish in Group H with a win away in Belgium tonight.

West Ham have made a magnificent start to our 2021/22 campaign both domestically and on the continent.

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Moyes’s men are currently sitting in fourth spot in the Premier League table and are comfortably in control of our Europa League group.

David Moyes hints at West Ham injury blows ahead of Genk

With Liverpool coming to the London Stadium on Sunday, Moyes will undoubtedly rotate his starting XI against Genk tonight.

It seems as though the Scot could be forced into making some changes as well.

It has been a long and physically punishing season already for the Hammers, with so many games coming thick and fast.

Moyes told Football.London:

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“We’ve got a couple of knocks and niggles which we have to manage. Not serious, but maybe enough to miss the odd one tomorrow.”

By the sounds of it, a few players could rested tonight so that they are fit and firing on all cylinders for our Premier League clash with Liverpool in three days time.

We would love to see Tomas Soucek, Aaron Cresswell and Michail Antonio rested tonight at a bare minimum.

Declan Rice will be needed in other to maintain control in the middle of the park. After all, a win against Genk will be vital if we are to top the group.

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Moyes has plenty of decisions to make tonight. And don’t be surprised if five or six regular starters do not play in Belgium.

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