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England’s 2018 World Cup squad was announced earlier today and there were plenty of links to our local clubs

Awesome Andy Carroll stepped from the bench to net a late, late leveller for the Hammers at London Stadium, where he left David Moyes men seven points clear of relegation with just five games left to play.

Supersub Javier Hernàndez stepped from the bench to net a lifeline leveller at soggy, saturated Stamford Bridge, where this valuable point lifted the Hammers six points clear of the Premier League drop-zone.

The 21-year-old has caught the eye under John Still and will be part of the Canaries under-23s from July

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Reid stretchered off as the Hammers plunge further into relegation trouble

The Scouser was back on Merseyside last weekend, but this time around he will be hoping to leave with all three points

The Hammers injury-hit side come from behind to earn a precious point at the London Stadium

Dave Evans looks at the rollercoaster ride that has faced West Ham fans so far this season

Referee Bobby Madley changed his mind and allowed Bournemouth an injury-time equaliser

The Hammers failed to live up to their superb fans’ efforts as they slump out of the cup

Dogged and determined, the Hammers silenced Arsenal’s big guns to share the spoils at London Stadium, where David Moyes’ influence again cast its shadow across a West Ham United side that frustrated and flummoxed Arséne Wenger’s team.

Hammers new manager David Moyes could not inspire his team at Vicarage Road

The Hammers were crushed by Liverpool despite Lanzini strike

Substitutes get Hammers boss out of a hole after abject display

Sakho and Ayew set to start as Hammers look to make progress in Carabao Cup

Hammers centre half Jose Fonte is beginning to show what he can do at last

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