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Two West Ham changes as Said Benrahma gets big chance and David Moyes goes on the attack against Arsenal
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Two West Ham changes as Said Benrahma gets big chance and David Moyes goes on the attack against Arsenal

West Ham United boss David Moyes has made two changes to the side to face Arsenal.

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The teams are in and Said Benrahma replaces Ben Johnson while Jesse Lingard comes in for Mark Noble as West Ham look to attack the Gunners.

Moyes has reverted to a West Ham back four.

Jarrod Bowen keeps his place in the side too after Pablo Fornals failed a late fitness test.

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Two changes for West Ham as Benrahma and Lingard come in

West Ham confirmed starting XI to face Arsenal:

Fabianski, Cresswell, Diop, Dawson, Coufal, Rice, Soucek, Benrahma, Lingard, Bowen, Antonio.

West Ham take on Mikel Arteta’s improving Arsenal in what has become a huge game in the race for Europe.

West Ham can go level on points with fourth-placed Chelsea with a victory over the Gunners.

And David Moyes’s side could put a five and six point gap between them and the chasing pack depending on results elsewhere.

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Moyes and Arteta go on the attack

A win for Arsenal at the London Stadium could also reignite their European ambitions.

Some West Ham fans were not happy with Moyes’s tactics in the defeat to Man United last time out.

But Hammers supporters will be happy with how the Scot has set the team up to face the Gunners.

Everything points to a good game and West Ham vs Arsenal rarely disappoints in terms of entertainment and goals.

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Aubameyang, Lacazette AND Saka start

Arteta has gone all out too starting fit again Bukayo Saka alongside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette.

Arsenal confirmed starting XI to face West Ham:

Leno, Tierney, Mari, Chambers, Luiz, Partey, Xhaka, Saka, Odegaard, Aubameyang, Lacazette.

Former Premier League striker Dimitar Berbatov feels West Ham will win the game comfortably.

And he is backing West Ham to push all the way for the Champions League spots.

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