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Manchester United will look to build on their impressive midweek win over Olympiakos when they travel to London to face West Ham United this evening but they do face a tricky challenge at the Hammers.
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Any doom that surrounded the club in the wake of the 3-0 defeat to Liverpool last time out in the league was lifted as a Robin Van Persie hat-trick sealed a 3-2 aggregate win over the Greek champions and United’s place in the last 8 of the Champions League.
With their European adventure set to continue manager David Moyes can now focus on building momentum in the league starting with the trip to 12th place West Ham.
The club have won their last two games on the road beating both Crystal Palace and WBA with five goals scored and none conceded, and they will be confident of a third successive away win against a Hammer’s side that traditionally struggles at home at United.
United have not lost at Upton Park since 2007 and won 3-1 when the two sides met earlier in the season. However unwanted records have proved to be a speciality for Moyes since his appointment and the Scot will be hopeful that his side do not succumb to another banana skin.
West Ham enjoyed a stunning February recording four straight wins to move to midtable and while they have remained there recent defeats to Everton and Stoke means that Sam Allardyce and his men are not yet safe.
Both of those defeats came away from home however and with three wins on the trot in front of their own fans the club will be confident of moving a step closer to the 38 point mark that Allardyce believes will ensure survival.
“I think probably about 38. Then again, with nine games to go, some have 10, its swings and roundabouts more than ever before.” The former Newcastle manager said.
Allardyce will be without Joey O’Brien (dislocated shoulder) and striker Marco Borriello (calf) for the game while United will be without defenders Chris Smalling (hamstring) and Jonny Evans (groin).
Van Persie is also struggling to be fit after being stretched off midweek although it is believed that the Dutchman’s injury is not too serious and if he doesn’t make the trip to London he will be fit for the derby with Manchester City.