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Silkeborg clash could bring seven changes

Craig Dawson is likely to be missing the next Hammers game against Silkeborg at the London Stadium tomorrow evening with David Moyes again changing the starting line up in key areas and lucas Paqueta is definitely ruled out.

Dawson may have a remote chance of making the squad but although he is recovering from the swelling on his knee is still not sufficiently fit to start according to our sources.

Alphonse Areola and Vladimir Coufal looks set to come in with Thilo Kehrer and Kurt Zouma at central defence as Angelo Ogbonna continues to recover and Emerson taking over at left back.

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Declan Rice could get a rest and Tomas Soucek may have Flynn Downes alongside him with Manu Lanzini, Pablo Fornals, Jarrod Bowen and Michail Antonio completing the eleven.

Possible team: Areola, Coufal, Kehrer, Zouma, Emerson; Sopucek, Downes, Lanzini, Fornals, Bowen, Antonio

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2 comments on “Silkeborg clash could bring seven changes

  1. And the captain would be?

  2. With Paqueta, Dawson and Ogbonna STILL unavailable for team selection it would seem like there is a ‘sick note’ culture continuing at West Ham. Then we have Aguerd, who acquired a long term injury before playing even one Premier League game now not available until after the World Cup.

    I thought when we saw the back of Andy Carrol our sick note troubles were over. If it’s all very frustrating for the supporters I can only imagine what it must be like for David Moyes. Just my two bob’s worth of whinging!

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