West Ham today take on Manchester United in a huge fixture in the race for the top 6 in the Premier League this season.

Our Hammers head to Old Trafford off the back of a underwhelming display against Bournemouth at the London Stadium on Thursday night, with a 1-1 draw somewhat flattering on a below-bar West Ham display, that simply must be improved upon in Manchester this afternoon.

Despite being unbeaten in the last 5 Premier League games, David Moyes side are win-less in the last 3, and are up against a Manchester United side who are firmly in the knowledge that a win for them will see them leapfrog West Ham into 6th spot.

David Moyes is boosted today by the return of Nayef Aguerd, who returns following Morocco’s earlier-than-expected exit from the AFCON.

Vladimir Coufal is set to replace Ben Johnson at right-back today following his suspension.

Michail Antonio is not yet passed fit but is edging closer, although the match comes too soon too for Lucas Paqueta, who is still recovering from a thigh injury.

Lisandro Martinez, Sofyan Amrabat and Victor Lindelof are expected to be available for the hosts, whilst Mason Mount and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are to miss out.

Today’s match kicks off at 2pm and is being shown live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HDR.