West Ham predicted the line-up against Leeds United

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West Ham United welcome David Moyes’ favorite opponent Leeds United to the London Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

Moyes has the longest unbeaten record in the Premier League by any manager against Leeds, winning six of his seven meetings with the Yorkshire outfit. Incidentally, the winning ratio of 86% is the highest of all coaches who have met Leeds more than a handful of times during the Premier League era.

Here’s the XI that the West Ham boss can use to maintain his superb form in this match.

Big Daws. ? pic.twitter.com/5Nemwkaw1i

– West Ham United (@WestHam) January 6, 2022

Lukasz Fabianski (GK) – One of the division’s most traditional ‘line goalkeepers’, West Ham’s guardian, rarely collects crosses or strays from his sexyards.

Vladimir Coufal (RB) – West Ham finished 2021 with three Czech internationals on the pitch and became the first team to do so in Premier League history. Although Coufal may be his nation’s only representative this weekend.

Craig Dawson (CB) – After his 50th appearance for the club in the middle of the week, Dawson’s meager transfer fee ensures that each outing has cost the club a little over £ 40,000 on average – a figure that will only decrease with his continued commitment.

Issa Diop (CB) – There is optimism that Kurt Zouma will not be away much longer, but in the meantime it will be Diop who starts again.

Aaron Cresswell (LB) – West Ham’s much-missed full-back slipped seamlessly back into action in his first match in a month and a half against Norwich.

Smile says it all. pic.twitter.com/fMjAriBR3r

– West Ham United (@WestHam) January 9, 2022

Declan Rice (CM) – No Premier League midfielder has pushed the ball further towards the opposing goal than West Ham’s Basmati Busquets (or Calrose Casemiro, depending on your classic pitch).

Manuel Lanzini (CM) – Forced into a more reserved role in the probable (and rare) absence of both Tomas Soucek and Mark Noble, Lanzini has been in such an electrical form that he can shine anywhere at the moment.

Pablo Fornals (AM) – The Spanish national team player made his first Premier League appearance in the middle of the week since he got stuck at half-time during West Ham’s defeat to Southampton on Boxing Day.

He did.

Good night! ? pic.twitter.com/4KU09V1pTj

– West Ham United (@WestHam) January 9, 2022

Jarrod Bowen (RW) – No English player in the Premier League has directly contributed to more goals this season (five goals, seven assists) than West Ham’s uncomfortable star.

Michail Antonio (ST) – After enduring a goalless break between Halloween and Christmas Day when his (more worrying) shots also dried up, Antonio is back on goal with as many goal attempts in his last four games (11) as he could muster in his eight games. dry.

Nikola Vlasic (LW) – It should be a third straight start for Vlasic, who will benefit from Said Benrahma’s AFCON absence.

You can read 90mins preview of West Ham vs Leeds here. You can read Leeds’ predicted line-up here.

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