West Ham manager David Moyes could have up to three players back for the London derby against Spurs tomorrow night, according to insider EXWHUemployee.
Sebastien Haller was a surprise absentee when the Hammers played Wolves on Saturday but the Frenchman is expected to recover from a minor hip problem.
Robert Snodgrass, meanwhile, missed the defeat due to a back injury but it appears the winger will be back in contention for the game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Angelo Ogbonna is suffering with a hamstring injury, and Moyes had said the centre-back may miss a couple of games. However, ExWHUEmployee suggests the Italian could also be available:
Both “should” be in contention for spurs https://t.co/wH7yx9jJ57
— ExWHUemployee (@ExWHUemployee) June 21, 2020
If all three are back in the squad tomorrow, it should leave the Irons with just two players on the treatment table. Pablo Zabaleta is said to have suffered a knock and it remains to be seen if he has played his last game for the club with his contract expiring at the end of this month.
Arthur Masuaku is also still sidelined with the Congolese international having twisted his ankle in training last week.