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Wolves vs West Ham: Premier League preview

Chelsea and Leicester City both lost on Saturday, while Tottenham missed the chance to go fourth as they drew at Newcastle on Sunday.

Those results mean David Moyes’ Hammers would go fourth in the table with a win over Wolves at Molineux – and a perfect run-in would guarantee them Champions League qualification.

While it may be too much to ask for a 100 per cent record between now and the end of the season, results this weekend have shown that West Ham have as much chance as any of the top-four hopefuls of realising their dream – but the pressure is now well and truly on.

Date, kick-off time and venue

Wolves vs West Ham is scheduled for an 8.15pm GMT kick-off on Monday, April 5, 2021.

The match will be held behind closed doors at Molineux.

Where to watch Wolves vs West Ham

TV channel: The match will be televised live on Sky Sports’ Main Event and Premier League channels.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or Sky Go app.

Wolves vs West Ham team news

Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio is available after being knocked out in an accidental collision with team-mate Conor Coady in last month’s 1-0 defeat to Liverpool.

Joao Moutinho is a doubt after suffering an injury on international duty with Portugal, Raul Jimenez continues to recover from z fractured skull and Daniel Podence is back in training following a groin issue.

Wolves provisional squad: Patricio, Ruddy, Hoever, Ait-Nouri, Coady, Jonny, Semedo, Saiss, Kilman, Richards, Lonwijk, Neves, Gibbs-White, Vitinha, Podence, Moutinho, Dendoncker, Otasowie, Cundle, Neto, Jose, Silva, Traore.

West Ham could welcome defender Arthur Masuaku (knee) back into their squad for the trip up to the West Midlands. The left-back has not featured in the Premier League since December 5 after surgery on a knee injury, but he is fit again along with Pablo Fornals, who was sidelined before the international break with a knock.

Moyes remains without Darren Randolph (hip), Angelo Ogbonna (ankle) and Andriy Yarmolenko (knee) for Monday’s clash.

West Ham provisional squad: Fabianski, Coufal, Diop, Dawson, Cresswell, Rice, Soucek, Bowen, Benrahma, Antonio, Lingard, Martin, Fredericks, Balbuena, Johnson, Masuaku, Noble, Lanzini, Fornals, Odubeko, Alves, Trott.

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