West Ham today take on Luton Town in David Moyes’ final match as manager at the London Stadium.

The Scot will bid farewell to east London after 4.5 years at the helm, to make way for the incoming Julen Lopetegui – who will work as a Head Coach under the Tim Steidten era at West Ham.

Luton though will be no walkover as they are fighting for Premier League survival, and could well fancy their chances against a Hammers side who have been in poor form since the turn of 2024.

Moyes has no new injury concerns, with only Aguerd and Mavropanos set to miss out.

Kalvin Phillips has played his last game for the club after a horrendous loan spell from Manchester City.

Former Hammer Dan Potts and Mads Andersen are both out for the visitors, although Chiedozie Ogbene is now available for Rob Edwards side.

Today’s match kicks off at 3pm and is not being broadcast on TV, although it is available to listen to on BBC Radio 5 Live.