West Ham manager David Moyes will be hoping that captain Mark Noble will be fit and ready to play this weekend’s game against Wolves.
The 33-year-old sat out the friendly win against Crystal Palace and it remains to be seen if he is fit enough to be included in the starting line up this Saturday.
Centre-back Angelo Ogbonna is the club’s only other fitness concern with the Italian defender rated at 50/50 for the match after suffering a knee problem.
For Wolves, though, head coach Nuno Espirito Santo will travel to the London Stadium with a fully fit squad, with no players having picked up injuries since returning to training.
The bookmakers have made the away side favourites for the game, with Unibet pricing them at 59/50 to get the three points this weekend.
A draw is currently 5/2 with William Hill while a victory for the Hammers is 13/5 at Betfred
Predicted Score – 2-2