West Ham will welcome Chelsea to the London Stadium for their Premier League clash on Wednesday evening as the Hammers aim to fight for their survival in the Premier League while the Blues aim to finish in the Champions League spot, here are details about the match.
Manager David Moyes has no fresh injury concern going into this match against Chelsea.
The Hammers will be without Robert Snodgrass due to back injury while Sebastien Haller remains a major doubt with a hip injury.
Arthur Masuaku will be assessed if his ankle injury will permit him to play against the Blues.
The Stamford Bridge team will miss the services of Christian Pulisic after the American winger was taken off against Leicester City in the quarter-final clash in the FA Cup.
Andreas Christensen and Fikayo Tomori are in doubt for the clash against West Ham.
HEAD TO HEAD:
Chelsea had a better head to head advantage after 99 games with the Blues winning 41 games and West Ham winning 37 games and 21 ended in a draw.
The Hammers have not been in the best form in the past games, having five defeats in their last six games with one ending in a victory.
West Ham is struggling to stay afloat of the relegation zone, Moyes’ team sit on 17th on the Premier League log on 27 points, with fellow relegation strugglers Bournemouth and Aston Villa on the same point with the Hammers.
The Blues remain on the 4th position in the Premier League, they won their last five games out of six outings with just a draw, they have not suffered a defeat in their last six games.
Chelsea is aiming to finish in the Champions League spot as the Premier League title is already decided with Liverpool crowned the Champions of England as a result of Chelsea victory over Manchester City in their last game.
Fabianski; Fredericks, Ogbonna, Diop, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice; Fornals, Noble, Anderson; Antonio
Kepa; Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Zouma, Alonso; Barkley, Kante, Kovacic; Willian, Giroud, Loftus-Cheek
West ham 0-3 Chelsea.