West Ham United conclude their 2016-17 campaign Sunday afternoon, when they take a trip to plucky midtable side Burnley.
The season finale contest at Turf Moor will be all about pride and some table positioning. If the Hammers were to get the rare road win, they would possibly end the season in 10th place in the Premier League. Meanwhile, if Burnley were to get the win, West Ham could see their side finish as low as 15th, 16th or even 17th.
For Slaven Bilic, his team will conclude their season just how it started: With a litany of injuries culminating in now Winston Reid having knee surgery and being out for today’s schedule closer.
Here is a full list of those notable absentees for both teams ahead of their last game of this campaign:
Sean Dyche’s side has truly done terrifically well to have safety assured a few weeks before the Hammers did. And with a win, they would finish ahead of the Hammers despite their late season stagnation.
It’s the close of the 2016-17 Premier League season for West Ham, against Burnley, and it is next: