West Ham are set to kick off a big few days of football for the club, starting with a Europa Conference League tie away to Anderlecht in Belgium.

In what is arguably our most testing match in the group, a win for David Moyes’ side would all but-secure qualification with only 3 game remaining in Group B after the fixture.

Our Hammers will then be looking forward to Premier League action action on Sunday with the visit of Fulham, in a game West Ham will be looking to build on the back of a very positive performance and result the last time out against Wolves.

The victory 2-0 victory, which saw the visitors boss Bruno Lage dismissed from his position soon after, also incurred a couple of injury concerns as we head into a busy week with Jarrod Bowen and Max Cornet both suffering during the match.

Jarrod Bowen picked up a nasty dislocation to his finger, which was required to be strapped up. Despite this it is thought Bowen’s injury isn’t too serious and he could well be involved, although there is a chance that Thursdays match may be used as an opportunity to rest the injury ahead of the weekend.

Max Cornet suffered a calf injury which scans are expected to reveal the full extent, although there is hope the injury isn’t too serious. It is felt that it is unlikely at this stage that the summer signing from Burnley will be risked this week.