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Sam Allardyce’s side have kept more clean sheets than any other side in the Premiership this season, a remarkable feat considering their lowly position in the table.



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Out of sorts West Ham United will look to end the year on a high when they welcome West Bromwich Albion to Upton Park in the noon kickoff today.

The Hammers slipped into the bottom three on Boxing Day when they went down 3-1 to Arsenal, their fourth defeat in five league games.

Despite boasting a division high 8 clean sheets Sam Allardyce’s side have scored just 11 goals this season with their profligacy in front of goal costing them. The club’s current top scorers are Carlton Cole and Ravel Morrison with the pair managing just three goals each to date.

West Bromwich Albion meanwhile are currently managerless but will head into the game buoyed by their 1-1 draw with Spurs last time out.

Malkay MacKay recently sacked by Cardiff has emerged as the new frontrunner for the job after the club pulled the plug on discussions with former Real Betis manager Pepe Mel.

With a new manager yet to be appointed Keith Downing will once again be in charge on Saturday hoping to build on the points picked up against Spurs and Hull in recent weeks.

The Baggies are currently 15th in the table just one point outside the relegation zone.

Both sides will be missing key men for the game with James Collins the latest loss for West Ham. Collins suffered a calf injury against the Gunners and joins a lengthy list that includes Andy Carroll, Ricardo Vaz Te, Stewart Downing and Winston Reid.

Spanish goalkeeper Adrian, a summer signing from Real Betis, is poised to keep his place in the Hammers line up despite conceding 6 goals in his last two games while Ravel Morrison will hope to shake off the groin injury that ruled him out of the Arsenal clash.

West Brom meanwhile are sweating on the fitness of Irish International Shane Long. The forward, with three league goals to his name this season, has struggling with a calf injury.

Long’s strike partner Victor Anichebe is also a doubt for the game meaning Matej Vydra will once again lead the line with Stephane Sessegnon and Saido Berahino on the bench.

The Baggies have done well against London clubs this season and are currently unbeaten against teams from the capital, picking up points against Fulham, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and Crystal Palace.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.