Boost for West Ham


West Ham United have received a significant boost ahead of their crucial Europa League second-leg tie against Bayer Leverkusen.

Initial concerns regarding Jarrod Bowen‘s fitness appear to have subsided. According to a report from PA Media, the England international winger is “set to be fit” for the match on April 18th.

Jarrod Bowen – game changer?

West Ham’s chances of overturning the 2-0 deficit are significantly bolstered by Bowen’s potential return. The 27-year-old is the team’s top scorer, having netted 19 goals in all competitions this season.

Despite Bowen’s return, West Ham face a daunting task. Bayer Leverkusen are the newly crowned Bundesliga champions, riding a 43-game unbeaten streak. No team has managed to defeat them this season.

For West Ham to progress, they would need to become the first team to beat Leverkusen this season and win by a three-goal margin to avoid extra time or penalties.

While the odds are stacked against them, West Ham’s hopes are bolstered by Bowen’s attacking prowess. His presence on the pitch could be the difference for the Hammers.

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  • Anonymous says: the bench ..if anything shows how inept moyes us in the transfer business and building a squad..that’s all you need to look at …embarrassing

  • NorfolkHammer says:

    totally agree that was a great performance but all the players gave there all & if only Moyes had kept Fornals & Benny we may have had a chance & no signings in January as bit us tonight

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