West Ham have confirmed their starting XI for this afternoon’s Premier League game against Wolves.
David Moyes has made one change from the side that beat Liverpool 3-2 before the international break.
Lukasz Fabianski keeps his place in goal.
The back four in front of him consists of Ben Johnson, Craig Dawson, Kurt Zouma, and Aaron Cresswell.
The midfield two, as always, consists of Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek.
Then Michail Antonio starts upfront with Jarrod Bowen, Pablo Fornals, and Said Benrahma buzzing around behind him.
A strong side from Moyes.
This is a very strong team picked by Moyes, and it gives Dawson an opportunity to stake a claim for a regular starting role after Angelo Ogbonna’s injury.
The bench also looks good, with the likes of Vladimir Coufal, Alex Kral, Nikola Vlasic, and Andriy Yarmolenko all ready to come on should they be needed.
This should be a tough test as Wolves have hit a bit of good form over the past few games, but the Irons should probably have more than enough to seal another big three points.
Certainly, this starting XI and bench is pretty much the strongest team that Moyes could have picked, so it will be fascinating to see how they do.
We can’t wait for this one to get started now as the long international break comes to its conclusion.
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