West Ham United are due to play against Everton in a Premier League clash at the London Stadium on Saturday.
It will be an emotional game for Hammers manager David Moyes, who will be facing off against the club whom he managed between 2002-2013.
West Ham will be going all-out to get points from the game seeing that a defeat could potentially see them moving into the relegation zone.
Darren Randolph will be expected to start in goal for the East Londoners as Lukasz Fabianski is set to be out of action until next month, according to the Evening Standard.
The report added that Arthur Masuaku is set to face a late fitness test though Moyes is confident that the defensive player will be able to participate.
Felipe Anderson and Michail Antonio are definitely ruled out of the game due to a rib and hamstring injury respectively.
West Ham defender Ryan Fredericks is also set to be out of action until next month due to a hamstring injury.
Veteran Robert Snodgrass could be set to be handed a start to due to the absence of Anderson as well as due to the fact that he showed some impressive touches during the recent game against Sheffield United.
West Ham will be fancying their chances of getting three points from the game but could face a tough test from the Toffees who have improved since Carlo Ancelotti replaced Marco Silva as manager of the club.
The Merseysiders have lost just one out of their previous five Premier League games.
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