West Ham United have made five changes to their starting XI for the Premier League clash against Burnley on Monday evening.
The Hammers have decided to welcome back the likes of Michail Antonio and Aaron Cresswell back to the side at Turf Moor.
Confirmed online prior to kick-off this evening, David Moyes has also selected Craig Dawson, Manu Lanzini and Said Benrahma to feature.
It has been a wild week at the London Stadium.
After that ludicrous red card handed to Fabian Balbuena last week, it was rescinded and the Paraguayan is now free to keep his spot.
There has been a severe lack of attacking options in the squad, with Benrahma and Lanzini the only two to come onto the pitch in the final third last week, they clearly impressed.
We want to win every single game we play, but this really has a lot riding on our Champions League aspirations.
It has been a damaging couple of weeks for the Irons after defeats against Newcastle and Chelsea, so bouncing back here is critical.
Three points would send Moyes’ men within one game of Chelsea in fourth, but maybe it would be better in terms of nailing down a Europa League spot at the minimum.
With Liverpool and Spurs starting to hit some sort of form, it is down to the Hammers to stamp their authority in this European race, starting with three points at Turf Moor.
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