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Moyes must unleash WHU’s unsung hero who’s becoming “a top player” amid Wolves boost – opinion
David Moyes must unleash Pablo Fornals against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday night amid claims the West Ham midfielder has returned to fitness. That’s according to Claret & Hugh, who claimed that backroom staff at Rush Green have confirmed that the Spanish maestro will be available to travel to Molineux. Moyes did not select to name Fornals when addressing those available to feature in the Black Country, but voiced hope in Arthur Masuaku being ready to return after four months out following knee surgery.
Newcastle 3-2 West HAM Goals: Diop (36E, CSC), Joelinton (41e) and Willock (83e) for Magpies // Diop (73E ) and Lingard (80th SP) for Hammers
Expulsion: Dawson (36th)
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already decisive during the victory in Burnley last weekend, Allan Saint-Maximin has again worn the Magpies against West Ham this Saturday ( 3-2). Constant poison, the former Nice has put his own on the right tracks by dynamiting the London defense, causing the opening of the unintentional help of Issa Diop (1-0, 36E). An action that changed everything, since Craig Dawson received a second yellow card for a fault on Joelinton.
Moyes must ruthlessly axe “hard-working” £20m-rated WHU star, could be a game-changer – opinion
David Moyes should ruthlessly axe Said Benrahma and recall Pablo Fornals to the West ham United starting line-up against Wolves.Fornals is expected to be passed fit for the Irons’ trip to Molineux on Monday night after two games out with a groin injury, that he had sustained ahead of a likely start away to Manchester United last month.
reduced to ten, the Hammers took a second blow on the head because of the fishing skin gloves of łukasz Fabiański, who offered the Break to the Brazilian striker (2-0, 41E). Totally restarted by Diop, from the head (2-1, 73E), then Jesse Lingard on penalty (2-2, 80e), David's men thought they could snatch victory. They will, however, go back cute, since Joseph Willock has revived the premises in catapulting at the bottom of a Ritchie Center (3-2, 83e), in the wake of an incredible rescue on his line of Ben Johnson (82e). West Ham is now likely to lose fourth place. Newcastle makes a big step towards maintaining by taking nine points ahead of the red zone.
it feels the Roussi for Fulham.
Newcastle (5-3-2): Dubravka - Murphy, Fernandez, Clark, Dummett, Ritchie - Longstaff (Willock, 81st), Shelvey, Almiron - Saint-Maximin (Wilson, 64th), Joelinton (Carroll, 90 + 7th) . Coach: Steve Bruce.
West Ham (3-4-1-2): Fabiański - Ogbonna, Dawson, Diop - Johnson (Fredericks, 90E + 5), Souček, Noble (Benrahma, 75E), Coufal - Fornals - Lingard (Lanzini, 87e), Bowen. Coach: David Moyes.
“Incredible” star axed, “brilliant” ace starts in 3 changes by Moyes: Predicted WHU XI – opinion .
David Moyes will be without West Ham United’s Michail Antonio and Declan Rice against Chelsea, but Jesse Lingard and Aaron Cresswell could be fit.The Hammers fell two goals and a man down at St. James’ Park before mounting a second-half comeback, only to leave Tyneside without a point after Joe Willock headed home in the closing stages.