Hull City vs West Ham. Very interesting match. Last season, both sides won their home games in this match-up, Hull triumphing 1-0 at the KC Stadium, before West Ham won 2-1 at the Boleyn Ground. This will be very thought game and in this game anything is possible.
Both teams were active towards the end of the summer transfer window, with midfielders Alex Song and Morgan Amalfitano bolstering the Hammers' ranks as the deadline neared. Hull boss Steve Bruce added Gaston Ramirez, Abel Hernandez, Hatem Ben Arfa and Mohamed Diame on 31 August so both teams could have a fresh look.
Steve Bruce has several new players, but the big question is whether they are sufficiently prepared for the game. James Chester is back from suspension, but Andrew Robertson is battling a calf injury. But, they have very good players and they played some big matches before this match and fore sure they can score in this match.
West Ham are hoping to give debuts to new midfielders Alex Song and Morgan Amalfitano. Former Arsenal player Song moved to Upton Park from Barcelona on a season-long loan, while France international Amalfitano joined the Hammers from Marseille on a one-year deal. Both players completed their moves on transfer deadline day. Former Lazio and Inter Milan player Mauro Zarate, who moved to the Boleyn Ground from Argentinian club Velez said about this match:" Yes, I am very excited. It is a hard match, as they have new players who are very technical. We have to work hard and play well, and if we do we will win the match." Andy Carroll (ankle), Matt Jarvis (thigh) and Carl Jenkinson (hamstring) remain sidelined for the trip to Hull City on Monday.
Possible starting lineups:
Hull City: McGregor; Chester, Dawson, Davies; Robertson, Huddlestone, Livermore, Elmohamady; Ince; Jelavic, Hernandez.
West Ham: Adrian; O’Brien, Reid, Tomkins, Cresswell; Song, Kouyate, Noble; Downing, Valencia, Zarate.
We believe that both team can score in this match and maybe correct score will be Hull City vs West Ham 1:1