West Ham manager David Moyes has a few injury concerns heading into tomorrow’s game against Wolves at the London Stadium.
Angelo Ogbonna has been back in training but his lack of match practice due to a knee problem may mean he is kept out of the starting line up. Fabian Balbuena could well take his place alongside Issa Diop.
Aaron Cresswell is also reportedly carrying a knock but he is expected to start at left-back. The big question mark, though, will be over Jeremy Ngakia.
Moyes is keen for the player to stay, despite the 19-year-old rejecting a new contract, and if he does start tomorrow, it would suggest progress has been made in negotiations about keeping him at the club beyond the end of June.
In midfield, Tomas Soucek could line up alongside Declan Rice, with captain Mark Noble likely to be named on the bench after missing the last friendly against Crystal Palace.
Pablo Fornals and Jarrod Bowen could be given starts on the wings, with Michail Antonio again playing a support role for Sebastien Haller.
West Ham’s Predicted XI To Face Wolves:
Fabianski, Ngakia, Diop, Balbuena, Cresswell, Bowen, Soucek, Rice, Fornals, Antonio, Haller