Fans are reminded that there are still tickets left for Sunday's mouth-watering first home game of the 2009/10 Barclays Premier League season with Tottenham Hotspur.
After TFL confirmed the all tube lines serving Upton Park station will be running normally, tickets for the game have been selling well. They will be available until kick-off from the West Stand ticket office.
Gianfranco Zola and his players will no doubt be eager to start the new campaign in fine style at the Boleyn Ground, with new signing Luis Jimenez set to get his first taste of a Boleyn Ground atmosphere on matchday.
Managed by former Hammers boss Harry Redknapp, Spurs have been active in the transfer market over the summer, bringing in Portsmouth and England striker Peter Crouch and Sheffield United full-back pair Kyle Naughton and Kyle Walker.
Tickets for the game are on general sale with prices starting at £45 for adults and £25.50 for Under-16's with further discounts available for over-65s, Young Adult and Youth Academy members.