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West Ham starting lineup vs Arsenal confirmed; David Moyes makes five huge changes

West Ham starting lineup vs Arsenal:

Lukasz Fabianski, Vladimir Coufal, Kurt Zouma, Aaron Cresswell, Ryan Fredericks, Declan Rice, Mark Noble, Said Benrahma, Pablo Fornals, Manuel Lanzini, Jarrod Bowen

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West Ham welcome Arsenal to the London Stadium for the 16:30 Premier League kick-off this afternoon.

David Moyes and his Hammers players will undoubtedly have one eye on the Europa League second-leg clash with Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday night. In truth though, we can’t afford to not be fully focused on the game against Arsenal.

West Ham can jump into sixth spot in the Premier League table with a win today.

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Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta and his Gunners team can cement their place in fourth with all three points at the London Stadium.

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Arsenal beat West Ham 2-0 in the reverse fixture at the Emirates back in December and in truth, they dominated us that night.

The Hammers players will be well aware of the threats that the Gunners possess. And we could be in for a difficult afternoon in East London today if the players Moyes has selected are not 100% at it.

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West Ham starting lineup vs Arsenal confirmed

David Moyes has made five changes from the defeat top Eintracht Frankfurt for today’s clash with the Gunners.

In fact, it’s five changes from the team that lost to Chelsea last weekend as well.

Vladimir Coufal, Ryan Fredericks, Mark Noble, Said Benrahma and Lukasz Fabianski come into the side in place of Alphonse Areola, Ben Johnson, Tomas Soucek, Craig Dawson and Michail Antonio.

Hopefully the boys have enough to win the game. COYI X

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