West Ham United’s late-season resurgence is well underway – however, they will face tough opposition in the form of Thomas Frank’s Brentford away from home on Sunday afternoon.
West Ham will be without Gianluca Scamacca and Vladimir Coufal for their game against the Bees – aside from this, the Hammers have no new injury concerns.
In their last Premier League game, Moyes enjoyed a happy return to his old club as the Hammers defeated Manchester United by a score of 1-0. Said Benrahma opened the scoring after his effort was spilled into the back of the net by David De Gea – the Hammers then cruised to victory, as a deflated Red Devils outfit failed to muster a response.
Brentford, on the other hand, suffered defeat against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in their last outing. The Reds outplayed their opposition throughout the game, despite the closeness of the final score – they only goal of the game was netted by Mohamed Salah.
When the two teams last met, back in December, Brentford came away from the London Stadium with a 2-0 win. Ivan Toney and Josh Dasilva both found the back of the net in the first half – the Hammers couldn’t find an equaliser, as they sank to defeat against their local rivals.