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David Moyes Confirms Injuries to Diafra Sakho & James Collins Ahead of Spurs Clash

West Ham boss David Moyes has confirmed that each ahead Diafra Sakho and centre-back James Collins have picked up accidents, forward of his aspect’s conflict with Spurs on Thursday.

The Hammers had been happy to grab a ​2-1 win over West Brom on Tuesday by means of Andy Carroll’s brace, however will probably be with out Sakho and Collins once more, with the pair lacking the victory over the Baggies.

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They’re set to stay on the crew’s services for therapy and wont be making the journey to Wembley for Thursday’s recreation, whereas Andre Ayew, who was on the bench within the final match, remains to be recovering from a hamstring concern.

The supervisor additionally gave an replace on Aaron Cresswell, who was changed by Declan Rice 14 minutes from time in opposition to West Brom.

“He’s, he is acquired a cyst on his knee,” Moyes stated of Sakho, through ​IBT“Ginge [Collins] is injured too and Andre Ayew has solely educated for a few days this week with a decent hamstring. Aaron has a sore again for a few days in coaching and he has aggravated that.”

Moyes additionally admitted that he want to herald some new faces within the January window, however is not eager on promoting gamers because the Irons aren’t thought-about to have that a lot squad depth.

“There is not an terrible lot in the mean time,” he stated. “I would stand corrected on the finish of the month however would I like some [new players] on the finish of the month? Positively.”

 “I am not in an incredible hurry to promote anyone. I would like so as to add, I do not assume we have now a large squad, I feel we have now acquired extra centre forwards than we want however in the mean time, I’m not mad eager to strengthen anyone else.”

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