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Pre-match press conference: Paul Lambert v West Ham Utd [video]

Filed: Sunday, 15th April 2018
By: Staff Writer

Stoke boss Paul Lambert believes his team need to "come away with something" from tonight's trip to east London.

The Potters travel to West Ham six points adrift of safety with just five games of the season left to play. However Lambert believes he can make the most of the fans' dissatisfaction with the stadium by turning that to his advantage.

"I've never been to the new stadium so I don't know what to expect myself," he said. "Whether the fans are too far away from the pitch itself, it might hinder West Ham, I don't know. But it's new for them and we have to try and do what Burnley done.

See what else Lambert had to say about tonight's vital fixture in his pre-match press conference below...

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