West Ham could have Sebastien Haller, Arthur Masuaku, and captain Mark Noble all back in contention for the game against Newcastle on Sunday afternoon.
Noble sat out the 3-2 win over Chelsea last night due to a minor hamstring problem, but he is expected to return to the matchday squad this weekend.
Masuaku has not played for the first team since the restart after twisting his ankle in training, but manager David Moyes had confirmed that the Congolese international was back on the training pitch before yesterday’s victory.
It is the same situation for Haller who has been dealing with a hip injury. Initial estimates had him out until the Burnley fixture next week but the Frenchman could be back on the bench at St James’ Park.
The only long term injury absentee is Robert Snodgrass. The 32-year-old has a back problem, and Moyes has already revealed he will be out for a while. At the moment, he is not expected to return before the end of the season.