Missing Players and team news:
Allan Saint-Maximin effectively won the game for Newcastle off the bench against Burnley so Steve Bruce will be desperate to get him in the team from the start fitness permitting. Callum Wilson made his comeback from injury from the bench last weekend in a big boost to Newcastle’s hopes of beating the drop. He will also be considered for a start here. Andy Carroll was fit enough for a place on the bench against Burnley but won’t get the chance to face his former club from the start here. Joe Willock may have to settle for a place on the bench here after Newcastle beat Burnley without needing him. West Ham may have to make do without star striker Michail Antonio once again on Saturday, with Jarrod Bowen poised to lead once more. David Moyes moved West Ham to a back three against Leicester but it remains to be seen whether he feels that is necessary against Newcastle. Arthur Masuaku and Said Benrahma are in competition to start on the left wing for West Ham.
Newcastle – West Ham: Preview and Highest Odds

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