West Ham United line up v Bournemouth – First home win of the season for the Hammers?

By marshie IN Archive,General - 20:02 Aug 20th 2015

West Ham United will be looking for their first home win of the Premier League season as they host AFC Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon.

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West Ham LINE-UP
v BOURNEMOUTH - BOLEYN GROUND, 22 Aug 2015, 15:00
PLAYER% MINS PLDGLSAST.
Randolph
0%
000 / 0
Ogbonna
100%
001 / 0
Jenkinson
50%
001 / 0
Reid
100%
000 / 0
Cresswell
100%
000 / 0
Obiang
25%
000 / 0
Kouyate
92%
110 / 0
Noble
100%
001 / 0
Payet
100%
110 / 0
Sakho
100%
000 / 0
Maiga
4%
000 / 0
Totals223 / 0

The Hammers registered a fantastic opening day win over Arsenal but haven’t had the best home record recently, losing their last two by a 2-1 scoreline including last week’s meeting with Leicester.

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New manager Slaven Bilic has bought in 10 new players since his arrival at Upton Park and some have made their debuts over the last few weeks with Pedro Obiang in line to feature this weekend.

However, he will be without strikers Andy Carroll and Enner Valencia, both who are sidelined until October with their respective injuries while Mauro Zarate is also out with a hamstring strain.

First choice goalkeeper Adrian is also available through suspension so Darren Randolph is expected to start in goal.

Our chosen line up have a fair amount of Premier League experience, collectively appearing in just over 620 games as well as scoring 52 goals with 46 assists.

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Diafra Sakho is likely to start in attack and had a fairly decent first season despite it being punctuated with injuries, notching up a tally of 12 goals in all competitions.

Dimitri Payet has been great for West Ham since his arrival and topped it off with the only goal against Leicester last weekend and will be looking for more on Saturday.

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