Confirmed West Ham starting lineup vs Watford; Moyes makes big Zouma call

Confirmed West Ham starting lineup vs Watford; Moyes makes big Zouma call

West Ham starting lineup vs Watford confirmed:

Lukas Fabianski, Vladimir Coufal, Aaron Cresswell, Craig Dawson, Kurt Zouma, Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek, Said Benrahma, Pablo Fornals, Jarrod Bowen, Michail Antonio

The Hammers welcome Watford to the London Stadium in the Premier League tonight for what is a huge game for both sides…but for very different reasons!

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West Ham need to win in order to keep our hopes of a top four finish alive whilst the Hornets need all three points if they are to escape form the relegation zone.

David Moyes has made a big call with his West Ham starting lineup for tonight's clash with Watford
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The East London outfit won comfortably in the reverse fixture at Vicarage Road just before the turn of the year with Tomas Soucek, Said Benrahma, Mark Noble and Nikola Vlasic all scoring during our 4-1 victory.

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Watford will be a different animal tonight though, with Roy Hodgson now at the helm.

The experienced coach is well-known for making his teams very hard to beat and tonight will undoubtedly be no different.

West Ham starting lineup vs Watford confirmed

David Moyes had to make a big call after footage emerged of Kurt Zouma kicking and slapping his cat overnight. The 27-year-old released an apology, whilst the club condemned his actions.

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Incredibly, Moyes has decided to start the 27-year-old tonight after his appalling actions.

He must be severely published behind closed doors by the club. Moyes obviously thought that Zouma was too important a player to exclude from his lineup tonight though. And that’s disappointing to say the least.

Hopefully we have enough to win the game. West Ham certainly have plenty of match-winners out there on the pitch tonight.

A win is an absolute must for the Hammers. Nothing less than three points will do.

And most importantly, tonight is all about Isla Caton. The young Hammers fan tragically lost her battle with cancer recently.

The young Hammer was just seven but had battled cancer for five years of her life having been diagnosed with the rare neuroblastoma aged only two.

And tonight she will be remembered by everyone at the London Stadium and beyond.

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