West Ham best XI v Brighton

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West Ham fans will be looking forward to the Premier League game at the Amex tonight after their season has turned a corner.

Wins over Everton and Man United, and an impressive 0-0 with Chelsea, will have given supporters real hope that they can challenge in the top-half of the table this season.

And it’s testament to how well they’re playing that Manuel Pellegrini could easily named an unchanged line-up for tonight’s game.

No-one really deserves dropping although Robert Snodgrass could come in and make the line-up even more attacking.

He’s looked sharp this season and is perhaps unlucky that the favoured attackers are all playing so well.

However, after beating Man United 3-1 last weekend, we really can’t see the manager making any changes.

When things are working this well, why would you bother?

£140k-a-week man Javier Hernandez is back in training but still not recovered from glandular fever and he won’t play any part tonight.

That means 29-year-old attacker Marko Arnautovic, despite not being 100%, should get the nod up front.

Given that, this is the team that we think will secure another three points against Brighton tonight:

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