“Cuf (Vladimír Coufal) played his first match after an injury against Tottenham, he ran for the last eight minutes,” Soucek told Gol. “He seems to be fine, which is very important. It is very difficult for any player when he cannot get on and help the team.
“I’m also glad that he came back, and I believe that he will get back to his former form in a few days. Fortunately, his injury was not long enough to affect him physically or in his head. He is also ready to play for West Ham and the Czech national team.
“Alex [Kral] has also returned to the team, he normally trains with us. I believe that he will get back quickly and will be ready for the next matches in the club and in the national team. The ten-day quarantine was very unpleasant for him.”
With no major injury worries ahead of the trip, it will be interesting to see how Moyes sets his team up.
The last time when the two sides met, West Ham won 3-0 against
Genk at home. So, Moyes will definitely make some changes to the squad.
All eyes will be on Sunday in the Premier League when we face Liverpool. Following our 4-1 win against Aston Villa and Liverpool managing only a draw, a victory against Jurgen Klopp’s side would ensure we move ahead of them in the league table prior to the international break.
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