West Ham United will be looking to make it back-to-back wins when they meet Huddersfield Town at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side looked impressive against Burnley last weekend and the Chilean will want his side to replicate that performance against a Terrier’s team that picked up their first win of the season against Fulham on Monday.
The Hammers have had a number of injury complaints over the course of the season, however, it appears that they have no new fresh concerns ahead of the game.
Pedro Obiang is thought to be available after having to come off in the game against Burnley with a knee injury, whilst the likes of Jack Wilshere and Andy Carroll are edging closer to a return.
Skipper Mark Noble, however, remains unavailable, as he will continue to serve the suspension he was handed after picking up a red card in the draw against Leicester City two weeks ago.
Pellegrini and West Ham will be pleased that they do not have any new concerns ahead of a potentially tricky test against Huddersfield.
As mentioned, the Hammers have had a number of injuries to their players already this season, but the London Stadium outfit could look to use the same side that produced the convincing win against Burnley last weekend, which could be a huge boost.
Noble’s absence will still be felt, however, the Irons should have Obiang back in the middle which will boost their chances of making it two wins from two.
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