West Ham United enter their second week of a month long murderer's row of massive sides in their schedule, as they head to the hostile confines of Old Trafford and face formidable Manchester United.
Coming off the devastating defeat to Tottenham to start this difficult period that will include Arsenal and Liverpool in the next fortnight, manager Slaven Bilic knows his team will be severly tested after a forgettable start to the season. Now with Winston Reid unavaliable after his two yellow cards in the devastating collapse at White Hart Lane, the Hammers face a United side coming off the backs of their best win of the season, a 4-0 handling of Feyenoord in the Europa League, without their star defender.
Also unavaliable for West Ham again is Andy Carroll, but the good news for the Hammers is that only he, Arthur Masuaku and Sam Byram remain injured. Peter Obiang is back avaliable for the side.
Meanwhile for United, who have had several unlucky draws at home this season, only their first team centerback pair of Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly are out for manager Jose Mourinho.
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