West Ham starting line-up:
Lukasz Fabianski, Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Angelo Ogbonna, Aaron Cresswell, Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek, Said Benrahma, Pablo Fornals, Jesse Lingard, Michail Antonio
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The Hammers head to the Hawthorns to take on the Baggies tonight for what is an absolutely massive game.
David Moyes’s men can all but assure themselves of European football with a win against West Brom tonight.
Two wins from our final two games could see us finish as high as fifth.
West Ham haven’t been in great form of late. We just haven’t seemed like the same side.
That is clearly a result of our woeful lack of squad depth.
We can’t moan though. Well we could but it wouldn’t do any good!
David Moyes has worked miracles since taking over at the London Stadium. And each and every player has given their all this season.
West Ham starting line-up could cause West Brom real problems
Moyes has selected his strongest XI. That much is clear. Jarrod Bowen will feel aggrieved to miss out but after Said Benrahma’s magnificent goal against Brighton on Saturday, the Algerian deserves his chance tonight.
Perhaps we will now see the best of Benny after his £25 million move to West Ham (BBC).
Nothing less than a win will do against the Baggies. Let’s hope that Sam Allardyce doesn’t come back to haunt us.
COYI!!! This is our time. Let’s make it happen.