West Ham United v Swansea City: match preview

If West Ham lose at home on Saturday, Swansea will be only two points behind them and the fear of a humiliating relegation a few months after I moved to London Stage could well force the club to dispense with the services of Slaven Bilic. But Swansea, who have been through a few managers themselves this season, seems to have at the end of their revival under Paul Clement, and a number of injuries to contend with. Rich Of Flowers

Kick-off Saturday at 3 am in the morning

Place Stadium, London

The last season of West Ham United 1 Swansea City 4

The Referee Kevin Friend

This season, G17, Y77, R1, 4.65 cards per game

Odds H 11-10 A 5-2 D 13-5
West Ham United

Subs from Adrián, Nordtveidt, Sakho, Arbeloa, Feghouli, Snodgrass, Henry, Fletcher, Calleri, Fernandes, Quina

Doubtful Antonio (illness), Carroll (groin)

Injured Cresswell (knock, 15 Apr), Reid (groin, 29 April), Ogbonna (knee, May), Obiang (ankle, August), Torus (knee, unknown)

Suspended None


Discipline Y66 R4

Best scorer of the history of Antonio 9
The City Of Swansea

Submarines Birighitti, Nordfeldt, Amat, Ayew, Ki, Bastón, Van der Hoorn, Montero, Narsingh, Kinglsey, Fulton

Doubtful Fabianksi (hit), Llorente (ankle), Naughton (hamstring)

Injured Rangel (foot, Aug), Britton (hamstring, unknown), Dyer (achilles, unknown)

Suspended None


Discipline Y50 R0

Best goalscorer in the history of Llorente 11