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Nigel Winterburn is hoping that the Hammers can continue to pile on Newcastle's misery in the capital, where they haven't won since late 1997.
For West Ham, a repeat of last season's 1-0 win over the Toon army, the first home win of that campaign, would be most welcome.
Travelling is certainly on Nigel's mind - he thinks the club have been doing too much of it.
"It is a big game for us already, because we have two more away games coming up," he says.
"That means after seven games, it will be two at home and five away, which is not an ideal way to start the season.
"I know we have these other games to catch up but if we had played an equal number of home games which you expect to win some of, it takes the pressure off away - so we must get a victory."
He admits it will be tough as the Geordies are convinced they can break their hoodoo this weekend.
He says:
"Newcastle are playing very well at the moment, while we were very poor on Saturday.
"But, other than that, we have put in some really good performances and with a little bit of luck we could have got a lot more points than we have got.
"There are a lot of positives, so it is not all doom and gloom as some people are predicting.
"But we have to turn those first three performances into points and minimise the kind of performance like last Saturday, which hopefully was just a one off."
Former Newcastle striker Paul Kitson is unlikely to figure against his old club, as he is still playing his way back to match fitness.