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Premier League previews - Matchweek 4

A look ahead to the latest round of matches in the top flight.

FOOTBALL 11/09/17 09:43
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic

Monday September 11

West Ham (20) v Huddersfield (3)

West Ham team news: Andy Carroll (hip) and Winston Reid (hamstring) return to the squad but Marko Arnautovic (suspended), Manuel Lanzini (knee) and Edimilson Fernandes (ankle) are out.

Slaven Bilic: “My job is to raise the performance. We didn’t start well but Monday is a good opportunity to start winning games and get on the right tracks.”

Huddersfield team news: Abdelhamid Sabiri and Florent Hadergjonaj are in contention to make their debuts but Collin Quaner is struggling with a knee injury.

David Wagner: “We are excited. We are ready. The Olympic Stadium, 60,000, this is something very special for us and we’re excited about this atmosphere it will have there. We are focused on ourselves as usual and know we have to get the little details right.”

Last season: No Corresponding fixture
Last five league matches: West Ham L W L L L; Huddersfield L L W W D
Top scorers: Sead Haksabanovic & Javier Hernandez (West Ham) 2; Steve Mounie (Huddersfield) 2
Match odds: H 5-6 D 5-2 A 17-5
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire)

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Wenger: Lack of 'freshness and sharpness' cost Arsenal

Wenger: Lack of 'freshness and sharpness' cost Arsenal

Wenger: Lack of 'freshness and sharpness' cost Arsenal

Wenger: Lack of 'freshness and sharpness' cost Arsenal

Wenger: Lack of 'freshness and sharpness' cost Arsenal

Arsene Wenger speaks to Des Kelly after Arsenal's goalless draw with West Ham at the London ...

Arsene Wenger speaks to Des Kelly after Arsenal's goalless draw with West Ham at the London Stadium and blames fatigue a...

Arsene Wenger speaks to Des Kelly after Arsenal's goalless draw with West Ham at the London St...

Arsene Wenger speaks to Des Kelly after Arsenal's goalless draw with West Ham at the London Stadium and blames fatigue after a three day turnaround from their last Premier League match, for their inability to break the Hammers down.

Arsene Wenger speaks to Des Kelly after Arsenal's goalless draw with West Ham at the London Stadium and blames fatigue after a three day turnaround from their last Premier League match, for their inability to break the Hammers down.

Arsene Wenger speaks to Des Kelly after Arsenal's goalless draw with West Ham at the London Stadium and blames fatigue after a three day turnaround from their last Premier League match, for their inability to break the Hammers down.

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