February 29, 2024


In preparation for Sunday’s Premier League matchup with Fulham, two significant West Ham absences have been spotted training

West Ham can hop into the main six with triumph at Fulham on Sunday evening.

Michail Antonio

West Ham have made their best at any point start to a Chief Association season after 15 games. What’s more, the Sledges could go level on focuses with fifth-set Spikes with triumph over the Cottagers.

West Ham will be without harmed striker Michail Antonio for the east versus west London derby.

Also, there was justifiable worry at Spikes when West Ham’s main goalkeeper Alphonse Areola was no place to be seen.

Two major West Ham non-attendants envisioned preparing
Maxwel Cornet, who made a telling commitment with a last heave aid West Ham’s essential win over Backa Topola in the Europa Association, was likewise absent from the crew.

Areola’s wrist injury, according to David Moyes, was hoped to be minor and that he would be able to play again for Fulham.


Sickness has been clearing the West Ham camp of late. What’s more, there has been discussion sure players who highlighted in the success over Prods might be absent at Timid Cabin.

In any case, two major West Ham truants have envisioned preparing in front of the Fulham conflict.

Both Areola and Cornet have been shown in West Ham’s final training session before the game, which is a big boost for Moyes.

Significant twofold lift for Moyes in front of Fulham
Cornet and Areola are highlighted in pictures six and seven in a display from Rush Green posted on West Ham’s site.

The players who highlighted against Tottenham were not engaged with a full meeting but rather key men, for example, Jarrod Bowen, Kurt Zouma, James Ward-Prowse, Nayef Aguerd, Vladimir Coufal and Tomas Soucek were completely imagined.


In the event that the Sledges beat Fulham everyone’s eyes will, go to Tottenham’s home game against Newcastle. Rout for the injury-desolated Jaybirds would keep West Ham 6th.

To say the least West Ham will be seventh and certain of expanding on it with a home game against Wolves to come one weekend from now.

Moyes’ young men need to finish the work at Fulham first, however, obviously.

Anticipated West Ham beginning XI to confront Fulham – not enduring potential ailment issues:
Areola, Coufal, Zouma, Aguerd, Emerson, Paqueta, Ward-Prowse, Soucek, Alvarez, Kudus, Bowen

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