West Ham United Premier League - 17 December 2017

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James Collins or Declan Rice will deputise, while Edimilson Fernandes could return from an ankle injury. Stoke have conceded 36 goals this season, the most in the Premier League by four goals.

"Stoke have endured two away defeats and an uncomfortable experience at a railway station, when some supporters told the players exactly what they thought of them".

Stoke desperately need a victory to ease the pressure on Hughes, but West Ham will be buoyed by their recent improvements and should be good enough to pick up a point at the bet365 Stadium on Saturday afternoon. "In the dog-eat-dog world in which they exist he won't be able to afford any sympathy for opposite number Mark Hughes, for whom the managerial bell is undoubtedly tolling".

"I don't do relegation", Hughes said. I've never been relegated because I'm too busy trying to get in top 10s.

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"I've played with the Stoke fans and they're fantastic if they're on your side, but they can be very hostile and the manner in which he went left a sour taste in the Stoke fans' mouth".

"We needed results and the last two we got against two of the best teams in the league", he said, according to the club's official website. David Moyes feels West Ham United are getting there. We've still got to win a lot more games and climb the table. We can pat ourselves on the back for the performances and how well the players have done.

Stoke dropped their Wednesday fixture 1-0 to Burnley. "We got off to a bad start and our confidence was really low and that was everyone, the crowd and the whole club".

West Ham United skipper Mark Noble believes the work manager David Moyes is doing on tightening up their defence is starting to bear fruit after recording successive Premier League clean sheets for just the second time this term.

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