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Insider says West Ham boss David Moyes given major boost over £25m man Said Benrahma and two other stars

An insider claims West Ham boss David Moyes has been given a major boost over £25m man Said Benrahma and two other stars.

After the easy 4-0 win over Norwich City last time out, West Ham have it all to play for in the last two games of the season.

The Hammers have a real chance to leapfrog Manchester United into sixth place and secure a Europa League spot for the second consecutive season.

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A seventh place finish – and a Europa Conference League spot – is looking all but assured given Wolves have to play both Man City and Liverpool.

West Ham entertain title hopefuls Man City this Sunday in their quest for sixth place.

The Hammers have been boosted by the fact Man City will be missing three of their four first choice defenders with Kyle Walker, Ruben Dias and John Stones ruled out for the remainder of the campaign.

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But West Ham’s win over Norwich was marred by a Moyes losing three of his own players to injury.

Key players Michail Antonio, Said Benrahma and Craig Dawson all left Carrow Road nursing injuries.

Benrahma in particular looked unlikely to feature against Man City having left Norwich on crutches.

But a Hammers insider says West Ham boss Moyes has been given major boost over the availability of £25m man Benrahma and his two other stars.

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An insider speaking to Claret and Hugh said Moyes ‘looks set to have a full squad available for Sunday’s game against Manchester City with so much at stake for both clubs’.

“Thankfully, we are hearing that Said Benrahma, Craig Dawson and Mikey Antonio are all looking likely to be ok for inclusion in the squad,” Claret and Hugh state.

With City’s injury crisis in defence and the emotion surrounding Mark Noble’s big farewell, West Ham will be hoping it gives them an extra edge.

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A West Ham win would see us leapfrog Manchester United into sixth with a far superior goal difference.

The Hammers then go to Brighton on the final day while the Red Devils have an equally tough looking trip to Crystal Palace.

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