By Pranav Shahaney

5th Dec, 2022 | 2:15pm

ExWHUemployee shares update on West Ham United games v Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur

ExWHUemployee has exclusively revealed that the West Ham games against Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur in the month of February have now been rescheduled.

The game against Chelsea was not scheduled to be on TV initially with it being set for the 3pm Saturday slot but it has now been moved to 12:30pm on 11 February.

The Spurs clash was scheduled to take place on 18 February but has been moved for a day later and it will be shown on Sky Sports.

Even the Newcastle game has been moved to be shown on TV on 4 February.

Good news

While the three teams are fighting for Champions League spots, the real beneficiaries of it are West Ham and fans of the club.

It’s good to see that the games will now be on TV and in good time slots which would mean they do not clash with any other matches in the Premier League.

The Hammers will soon be returning to action and it’ll be interesting to see how David Moyes plans to tackle the challenges he’s faced in the first half of the season.

Things clearly have not gone as per plan and the manager will be looking to maybe add a couple of names in January.

However, he’s also got to get the most of the players he has at his disposal as they’re full internationals and good enough to put in a shift.

We’re hoping that none of them pick up any injuries at the World Cup and progress as far as they possibly can as it’s been a joy to watch the likes of Declan Rice ball for England.