Missing Players and team news:




 

Rui Patricio is available for Wolves on Monday despite the fact that the Portuguese goalkeeper was knocked out during his side’s 1-0 loss to Liverpool before the international break. Joao Moutinho could miss out with an issue that he picked up on international duty, though, while Fernando Marcal and Daniel Podence are doubts for the clash with the Hammers. Raul Jimenez continues to make strides forward as he recovers from a serious head injury, but the Mexico international will not be involved here, meaning that Willian Jose could start alongside Adama Traore and Pedro Neto as part of a front three. As for West Ham, Angelo Ogbonna, Darren Randolph and Andriy Yarmolenko are all still unavailable, but Arthur Masuaku is expected to return to the squad following a long spell on the sidelines. Pablo Fornals could also available for the visitors, and the Spaniard might replace Said Benrahma in the only change from the side that started against Arsenal before the international break. It seems more likely that Fornals will make his return from the bench, though, with Moyes not prepared to take any risks when it comes to the Spaniard’s long-term fitness. Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek will again feature in the middle of the park, with Michail Antonio leading the line for the top-four hopefuls.

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