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Pre-match press conference: David Moyes vs Leicester [video]


Filed: Thursday, 23rd November 2017
By: Staff Writer


David Moyes says he is looking forward to his first match at the Olympic Stadium when Leicester provide the opposition on Friday evening.

Moyes, for whom a win in Stratford is imperative having lost 2-0 at Watford last weekend welcomes back the likes of Andre Ayew and Sam Byram, although Michail Antonio and James Collins are likely to miss out due to a lack of match fitness despite having returned to training.

See what the manager had to say about West Ham's next outing - plus his thoughts on the Carabao Cup win against Bolton - in his pre-match press conference below.








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