‘Rest Him’ ‘We Need All The Firepower We Can Get’ Fans Respond As Moyes Confirms West Ham Ace Is Ready To Face Spurs

‘Rest Him’ ‘We Need All The Firepower We Can Get’ Fans Respond As Moyes Confirms West Ham Ace Is Ready To Face Spurs

West Ham manager David Moyes has confirmed that Michail Antonio should be available to face Tottenham tomorrow.

The 30-year-old has missed the last two games with a muscular injury but, after three days of full training, Moyes is confident that the forward will be fit to start the London derby.

There was a mixed reaction to the news on Twitter with some fans believing Antonio shouldn’t be risked, while others are keen for him to be named in the eleven:



It will be the manager’s call but, considering Antonio’s fitness record, it’s probably wise to err on the side of caution. It wouldn’t be a surprise if he was selected on the substitute’s bench and given 20 or 30 minutes to make an impression on the game if required.

With the Hammers having scored three goals in their last match against Sheffield United, they should be able to cope without Antonio if he isn’t ready to start.