Match Preview – West Ham v Huddersfield

West Ham will be hoping to keep their pursuit of a Europa League place alive as they play host to Huddersfield at London Stadium on Saturday. Manuel Pellegrini’s side will look to bounce back from their defeat to Cardiff last Saturday, while the visitors lost at home to Bournemouth and look destined for Championship football next season. The Hammers sit ninth in the Premier League, just five points off Wolves in seventh, while Huddersfield lie rock bottom on 14 points, accumulating just three wins this campaign.

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Declan Rice named in England squad for Euro 2020 Qualifiers

Declan Rice has been included in Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the first time in his career ahead of the upcoming Euro 2020 Qualifiers. West Ham’s young prospect has impressed in the Premier League this season and recently decided to commit his future to England over Republic of Ireland. Ironically, Rice was named the Republic of Ireland’s Young Player of the Year on Tuesday despite his switch of allegiance.

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Salah wants Premier League over Champions League

Mohamed Salah has confessed he is willing to sacrifice his dream of winning the Champions League for the Premier League title. Jurgen Klopp’s side travel to Germany this Wednesday for the second leg of their round of 16 tie against Bayern Munich after a goalless draw at Anfield in the first leg.

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VAR room empty in Real Madrid game

There was plenty of controversy in Real Madrid’s 4-1 win at Real Valladolid yesterday, but no one was to be seen in the VAR room. Sergi Guardiola had two first-half goals disallowed for the home side after referring to VAR, but no one was there to refer to for his first goal. When the cameras panned to show the VAR room on the big screen, not a single official was in sight.

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Match Report – Cardiff City 2-0 West Ham

Cardiff secured three vital points in their bid to avoid relegation as they beat a disappointing West Ham. Goals from Junior Hoilett and Victor Camarasa either side of half-time ensured Neil Warnock’s side stayed in touch of fellow strugglers Southampton and Burnley.

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