West Ham predicted the lineup vs Leicester

On Monday night, last season’s Europa League qualifiers West Ham United and Leicester City battle in east London.

The Hammers started the new campaign with a big, albeit a bit chaotic, 4-2 victory over Newcastle United, and David Moyes will demand that his players deliver the same level of effort and quality against the Foxes.

The Scots will have some decisions to make when choosing their starting lineup, with competition for the places that light up. But who should he choose?

Here is a 90-minute predicted West Ham line-up for their clash with Leicester.

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Lukasz Fabianski (GK) – The pressure is on Fabianski to deliver while Alphonse Areola sees his place between the sticks. He needs a good performance on Monday.

Vladimir Coufal (RB) – An integral part of the back line, Coufal offers so much on all three thirds of the pitch. FPL executives across the country will be keeping an eye on his return.

Craig Dawson (CB) – His form may have dropped from the start of last season, but Dawson will aim to regain those peaks against the Foxes. Angelo Ogbonna (CB) – Ogbonna is an underrated player in the Premier League and always does a good job for his side. In the back line for this one.

Aaron Cresswell (LB) – Deadly with the ball at his feet in the final third, so much of West Ham’s play comes through Cresswell and his magical left boot.

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Declan Rice (CM) – The England star may be unhappy to be praised when he moved, but Rice will always give 100% for the West Ham colors. Grows in size every week.

Tomas Soucek (CM) – There are few more effective players than Soucek in the Premier League. He describes exactly what Moyes wants from his players: heart, courage and endless effort.

Pablo Fornals (AM) – Can rotate with Said Benrahma and drive wide, Fornals offers so much in the final third – even if he does not get the goals he should.

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Jarrod Bowen (RW) – Such a key figure in the front line. Mixes work pace with intelligence, pace and skill. A real Moyes player. Undoubtedly, he is in the lineup.

Michail Antonio (ST) – A goal away from becoming West Ham’s top scorer of all time in the Premier League, and what better opportunity to do so than returning to the stadium for the loyal Hammers?

Said Benrahma (LW) – This man is amazing, right? Benhrama struck off the mark in Hammer’s opening day victory and impressed all the time. He’s going to explode this season.

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