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EPL: Hammers vs Clarets

West Ham United entered Wednesday night's Premier League clash with Burnley when they had the last two unbeaten matches in the Premier League, resulting in the club leaving the relegation zone. The Clarets make their trip to the London Stadium while having 7 points from the last 3 matches.

Felipe Anderson is a suspect after missing West Ham's 2-2 draw with Newcastle due to a muscular injury and captain midfielder Mark Noble returned from injury as a substitute in the draw on Sunday and will push if David Moyes needs new feet in midfield. Arthur Masuaku is also back in the match-up squad after injury but Sébastien Haller looks set to miss the match again. West Ham have conceded at least 2 goals in 9 of their last 11 matches (Premier League). David Moyes and his teachers had 4 points from 2 matches against Chelsea and Newcastle United early last week, there was a feeling of frustration when Hammer only had a 2-2 draw despite two lead wins but now West Ham is now 4 points behind the relegation zone, a scenario that previously seemed impossible after a series of 3 defeats.

Ben Mee missed the 1-1 draw with Sheffield United on Sunday with a hamstring injury and is not expected to recover in time while striker Chris Wood is off the bench at the weekend. to enhance Burnley's attacking options after injury. An ankle injury could keep Jack Cork away from Burnley's remaining games of the season, while Matt Lowton seems to be missing this game because of calf pain. There have been less than 2.5 goals scored in 5 of Burnley's last 5 matches (Premier League) and they have scored at least 2 goals in the last 4 matches against West Ham in every arena. Burnley are unbeaten in 10 of the last 11 matches (Premier League), they can put themselves in a position that they can attack in the remaining 5 matches when they still hope to return to the Europa League.