West Ham United
West Ham United

Sofiane Feghouli 63'

Manuel Lanzini 86'

2
-
2
West Bromwich Albion
West Bromwich Albion

6' Nacer Chadli

94' Gareth McAuley

0
15
30
45
60
75
90
WHU
V
WES
Substitution (45')
Sub-on: Aaron Cresswell
Sub-off: Jonathan Calleri
Yellow (60')
Pedro Obiang
Goal (63')
Scorer: Sofiane Feghouli
Yellow (85')
Winston Reid
Goal (86')
Scorer: Manuel Lanzini
Substitution (87')
Sub-on: Robert Snodgrass
Sub-off: Edimilson Fernandes
Substitution (92')
Sub-on: Sofiane Feghouli
Sub-off: James Collins
Yellow (94')
Mark Noble
Goal (6')
Scorer: Nacer Chadli
Assist: James Morrison
Substitution (53')
Sub-on: Nacer Chadli
Sub-off: Jonny Evans
Substitution (67')
Sub-on: Matt Phillips
Sub-off: Hal Robson-Kanu
Yellow (73')
Salomón Rondón
Substitution (79')
Sub-on: James Morrison
Sub-off: Claudio Yacob
Yellow (88')
Chris Brunt
Goal (94')
Scorer: Gareth McAuley
Assist: Jonny Evans
Possession
65.2%
34.8%
Shots (On Target)
4
3
Shots (Off Target)
12
5
Corners
7
5
Crosses
28
16
Clearances
20
38
Yellow Cards
3
2
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion
Possession
65.2%
34.8%
Shots (On Target)
4
3
Shots (Off Target)
12
5
Corners
7
5
Crosses
28
16
Clearances
20
38
Yellow Cards
3
2
Red Cards
0
0
West Ham United
West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United
4231
1
8
3
23
2
14
16
11
7
30
10
13
22
31
19
28
24
4
Man.Slaven Bilic
1 Darren Randolph
8 Cheikhou Kouyaté
3 Aaron Cresswell
23 José Miguel da Rocha Fonte
2 Winston Reid
14 Pedro Obiang
16 Mark Noble
11 Robert Snodgrass
7 Sofiane Feghouli
30 Michail Antonio
10 Manuel Lanzini
Substitutions
13 Adrián San Miguel del Castillo
22 Sam Byram
31 Edimilson Fernandes
19 James Collins
28 Jonathan Calleri
24 Ashley Fletcher
4 Håvard Nordtveit
Possession
65
35
Duels Won
50
53
Aerial Duels Won
15
17
Interceptions
7
13
Offsides
3
1
Corners
7
5
West Bromwich Albion
4231
1
25
11
23
2
10
24
7
22
8
9
14
6
5
3
12
4
13
Man.Tony Pulis
Ben Foster 1
Craig Dawson 25
Chris Brunt 11
Gareth McAuley 23
Allan-Roméo Nyom 2
Matt Phillips 10
Darren Fletcher 24
James Morrison 7
Nacer Chadli 22
Jake Livermore 8
Salomón Rondón 9
Substitutions
James McClean 14
Jonny Evans 6
Claudio Yacob 5
Jonas Olsson 3
Marc Wilson 12
Hal Robson-Kanu 4
Boaz Myhill 13
Player Comparison

London Stadium

When and where?

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion
Premier League
Saturday 11 February 2017, 3pm GMT
London Stadium

What’s the story?

West Ham United will look to close to within striking distance of West Bromwich Albion when they host the Baggies at London Stadium on Saturday.

A run of six wins in their last nine Premier League games has taken Slaven Bilic’s men into the top half of the Premier League table and three points from the Baggies would take West Ham to within two points of the Midlanders.

The Baggies are enjoying a fine season, having taken 36 points from their opening 24 games as Tony Pulis continues to make his mark at the Hawthorns.

Much of their success has been built on a formidable home record, with seven wins and two draws from their 12 matches on home turf.

Away from the Hawthorns, they have won three times, with four draws and five defeats making up the balance – and their last away win came on New Year’s Eve when they triumphed 2-1 at Southampton.

For the Hammers, they again showed their ability to bounce back from a setback by winning at Southampton themselves last weekend, just three days after suffering a 4-0 loss at the hands of Manchester City.

Andy Carroll continued his hot streak – with his fourth goal in as many games – before Pedro Obiang and Mark Noble struck to secure that 3-1 success.

Now, with back-to-back wins in their sights, West Ham have the target of hauling in the Baggies to aim at.

Team news

The Hammers will make late decisions on the fitness of Andy Carroll, Aaron Cresswell and Cheikhou Kouyate.

The trio all missed training for part of the week following Saturday’s game at Southampton, but boss Slaven Bilic is hopeful of having them available.

Arthur Masuaku was due to resume training at the end of this week, but will miss this fixture, as will Diafra Sakho, who is absent with a back problem, and Angelo Ogbonna, who has undergone knee surgery.

Havard Nordtveit and Sam Byram are back in contention.

West Brom are able to call upon defender Jonny Evans again, after he missed five matches with a calf problem. Midfielder Claudio Yacob is also back after recovering from stomach cramps.

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